Money Matters


For details of possible funding opportunities please contact the Graduate School or visit the website -

Funding scholarships, not administered by the Graduate School, may be offered by individual Schools in the University. It is therefore recommended that applicants check the relevant School website for details – follow link below to Useful Contacts at Queen's.

Members of Queen’s University staff may be eligible for consideration for financial assistance with fees. For details please contact the Staff Training and Development Office at Tel: 028 9097 6590 or visit the website -  

Contact details - see Useful Contacts at Queen's.

Tuition Fees

Full-time Postgraduate Programmes

The Tuition fees for the academic year 2016/17 are set out on the Student Finance Office website

Pharmacy (Distance Learning Courses) 

The tuition fee is based on the number of CATS points to be completed during 2016/17, and is determined by the student’s country of residence at the time of taking the course, as follows:

Resident in the UK, Republic of Ireland or other EU country

£33.50 per CATS point

Resident outside the EU

£56.50 per CATS point

Direct entry applicants will complete 60 CATS points during each stage.  Their 2016/17 fee will be:-

Home/EU   £2,010

Non EU      £3,390

The fee to be paid by applicants who are awarded credit for previous Postgraduate qualifications via the Credit Accumulation and Transfer Scheme (CATS) will be calculated according to the number of points to be completed in 2016/17.

Contact details - see Useful Contacts at Queen's.

Payment of Fees

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.

Additional Course Costs

For some courses students may be required to purchase specialist equipment or attend field courses and any costs involved will be additional to the cost of tuition fees.

Students' Union

Help and advice with any aspect of Student Finance can be sought from Connie Craig, Students’ Union Financial Adviser -

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 -

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.