The payment of deposits for one year postgraduate taught courses is mandatory for international students. Details will be communicated by the Admissions and Access Service.
If the student’s visa application is successful, but the student chooses not to accept his/her place at the University, the deposit will not be refunded.
The standard tuition fees for international and EU* postgraduate students, commencing a course in 2022-23, are as follows: (FR = Fee Rate)
FR1 (classroom based courses) £18,200
FR2 (laboratory based courses) £22,050
FR1 (classroom based courses) £18,000
FR2 (laboratory based courses) £22,700
MSc Accounting and Finance £22,600
MSc Human Resource Management £21,500
MSc Finance £21,500
MSc Quantitative Finance £21,500
MSc International Business £21,500
MSc Management £21,500
MSc Marketing £21,500
MSc Risk Management and Financial Regulation £21,500
MSc Economics £19,300
MSc Business Analytics £21,500
MSc Indutrial Pharmaceuticals £22,700
MSc Psychological Sciences £22,700
M Law / Juris Doctorate £19,800
MSc Actuarial Sciences £21,500
MSc Software Development £23,100
MSc International Public Policy £20,100
Tuition fees quoted are for study in the academic year 2022-23 only. Tuition fees are subject to annual inflationary increases. Information on how tuition fees are calculated is available at qub.ac.uk/TuitionFees
*EU students who commence study from 2021-22 onwards (excludes Republic of Ireland nationals living in GB, NI or ROI) are charged tuition fees in line with international fees.
EU citizens in the EU Settlement Scheme, with settled or pre-settled status, will be charged the NI or GB tuition fee based on where they are ordinarily resident.
Students who are ROI nationals resident in GB will be expected to be charged the GB fee.
ROI nationals resident in ROI will be eligible for NI tuition fees, in line with the Common Travel Agreement arrangements.
EU Other students (excludes Republic of Ireland nationals living in GB, NI or ROI) are charged tuition fees in line with international fees.
To confirm the fee rate of a particular course, prospective students should contact email@example.com
Some research programmes incur an additional annual charge on top of the tuition fees, often referred to as a bench fee. Bench fees are charged when a programme (or a specific project) incurs extra costs such as those involved with specialist laboratory or field work. If you are required to pay bench fees they will be detailed on your offer letter. If you have any questions about Bench Fees these should be raised with your School at the application stage. Please note that, if you are being funded you will need to ensure your sponsor is aware of and has agreed to fund these additional costs before accepting your place.