Tuition Fees for students from England, Northern Ireland, and Wales (RUK) for 2013/14
The annual fee for Abertay University undergraduate and postgraduate students from England, Wales and Northern Ireland will be £7,000 from 2013/14, with a maximum fee level of £21,000 for an honours degree in three or four years.
Students who are taking suitable A Levels are encouraged to apply for direct entry to year two of an undergraduate degree. Successful students could then graduate with a Bachelors Degree after two years of study or a Bachelors Degree with Honours after three years of study.
The University's policy is that Northern Irish students who are Irish passport holders and are domiciled in Northern Ireland are only eligible for EU fee status if they have resided in the EU (outwith the UK) prior to living in Northern Ireland.
A bursary of £1,500 will be awarded to those students from England, Wales and Northern Ireland where household income (assessed by Student Loans Company) is less than £25,000 per annum. No bursary will be awarded where household income is greater than £25,000.
The University has set aside funds to provide a limited number of Scholarships valued at £1,500 for each year in which a student is liable to pay the RUK tuition fee. These Scholarships will be awarded to those RUK students whom the University of Abertay Dundee believes would bring to the University additional personal and academic qualities. The Scholarship Fund will support individual scholarships based on academic merit, and/or personal achievement in either sports or music.
|Course(s)||Tuition fees (£)|
|PhD/MPhil/Masters by Research (Full-time, fee per academic year)||£7200+, c
|PhD/MPhil/Masters by Research (Part-time, fee per academic year)||£3600+, c
|Writing up fee (PhD/MPhil, fee per academic year)||£200|
|Master of Business Administration||£8750|
|PG Dip Business Administration||£5900|
|Graduate Certificate in Counselling Skills||£3500|
^ Returning students on the same programme started before 2012/2013: £1820
+ Additional bench fees may be charged.
* There may be additional charges where the MA/MSc is not completed within 18 months. Modules fees are on a pro rata basis of 180 credits.
c This fee includes £200.00 to support research student training.
Students opting to take less than a full year of a programme should contact the Finance Office for details of fees per module or credit.
Students undertaking more than a full-time complement of modules will normally be charged for excess modules.