The International Office administers a range of fee reductions and scholarships for international students, and details of these arrangements are available on the website: www.qub.ac.uk/internationalscholarships
For details of possible funding opportunities please contact the Postgraduate Student Centre or visit the website http://www.qub.ac.uk/postgraduate.
Funding scholarships, not administered by the Postgraduate Student Centre, may be offered by individual Schools in the University. It is therefore recommended that applicants check the relevant School website for details.
more > > for School Contact details see Useful Contacts at Queen's.
The annual tuition fee is stated in your offer letter and this fee will remain the same for the normal duration of your studies (research applicants). This means that there will be no increase for subsequent years.
more > > for more detailed information about tuition fees please refer to the Income and Student Finance Office website.
International students will be required to fulfil certain financial arrangements to the satisfaction of the University before being able to complete their Registration as a student of the University.
more > > for more detailed information about the options for payment of tuition fees please refer to the Income and Student Finance Office website.
If you have met all the course entry requirements and you have received an unconditional offer of a place to study on a postgraduate taught course, you should note that applicants are required to pay a deposit towards their tuition fees before a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) for visa/immigration purposes can be issued.
After you pay a deposit towards your fees, you will be issued with a receipt which you should present with your documents when you apply for your student entry visa to the UK. This information will also be included in your CAS statement – see leaflet enclosed with your offer letter.
The arrangements for deposits for 2013 entry are as follows:-
Details regarding fees can be obtained from the Income and Student Finance Office.
Contact details - see Useful Contacts at Queen's.
For some courses students may be required to purchase specialist equipment or attend field courses and any costs involved will be additional to the tuition fees indicated in your admissions letter.
It is estimated that you will require approximately £8,500 to £9,500 (excluding tuition fees) to cover the cost of living expenses e.g. rent, heating, food etc for one calendar year. However, this sum of money does not take account of funds necessary to support any dependants who may accompany you whilst you are studying. The overall cost of attendance will vary depending on your lifestyle. Further information about the cost of living in Belfast can be found at http://go.qub.ac.uk/costoflivingtables
Note – please refer to the enclosed leaflet – Visas and the Points Based System – to check the minimum amount of money you are required to have in place when applying for your student visa – see Section 4 for contact details.
Help and advice with any aspect of Student Finance can be sought from Connie Craig, Students’ Union Financial Adviser - Connie.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guidance and advice on general money management such as how to live on a budget or how best to deal with your student debt, can be obtained from Debbie Forsey, Students’ Union Money Management Adviser - email@example.com.
Connie, Debbie and Students’ Union Education and Welfare Adviser, Brian are based in the Students’ Union Advice Centre on the 2nd floor of the Students’ Union building.