BSc in Business Economics

Fees and Finance

Buckingham’s fast-tracked schedule means you’ll finish your undergraduate degree sooner and be out in the workforce up to a year earlier than if you went to another university. When living costs are included, our students pay about 20% less than they would on a three-year course at a university charging £9,250pa for tuition. And the best part is: you can graduate into the workforce with less student debt.

You could even choose to complete both an honours and a master’s degree in just three years (rather than the standard four). For specific information on your chosen courses fees, please visit the course page.

Cost comparison – based on a UK student studying a Business Management degree (2022):

University of Buckingham fees table

This means that our students could save at least £13,000 by studying with us.

1Living costs based on estimated cost of living £11,000 per year.
2Based on Universities UK’s annual survey of tuition fees.
3Based on the average salary earned after receiving an undergraduate degree at The University of Buckingham 2019.
4Cost of degree and living expenses minus the typical income for a first-year graduate.
Note: The prices shown are correct at the time of being published but are subject to change without prior notice, please contact our Admissions team for accurate price information.
As with all UK universities, terms and conditions apply to UK/EU Student Loans Company eligibility for fees/living expenses loans.

These pages outline The University of Buckingham tuition fees, scholarships and bursaries. However, for the clearest guide to find out how much you would have to pay for the course you are interested in visit the course page of the relevant subject.

You may also find it useful to look at our accommodation fees to help you to budget for your living expenses during your studies.