Family discount

If two or more members of the same immediate family are studying concurrently at Buckingham, a family discount of 5% will be applied to the tuition fees of the second and subsequent student(s). Please note: this discount excludes Medicine.

Alumni discount

The children and spouses of alumni are entitled to a 5% discount on tuition fees while studying undergraduate or postgraduate courses at Buckingham (excluding Medicine).

Postgraduate discount

A 20% discount on tuition fees is available to serving Officers in the British Armed Forces on the MA in Modern War Studies and Contemporary Military History.

Buckingham Bursary

Graduates with a 2:1 from the University of Buckingham who receive an offer to study a Masters degree at the University are eligible for a 25% discount on their tuition fees.

First class honours discount

Graduates from Buckingham or elsewhere who have achieved a First Class Honours degree are eligible for 33% discount.

PhD discount

Postgraduates who have completed a University of Buckingham MA are normally entitled to a 25% discount on tuition fees of a Buckingham PhD programme if they have achieved a Merit, or a 33% discount if they have achieved a Distinction.

Early payment discount

Students wishing to pay their fees in advance will benefit from a discount of up to 2.5%.

  • Payment for three terms in advance – 0.5%
    This would typically suit undergraduates starting in September and wishing to pay up to Preliminary exams in June
  • Payment for four terms in advance – 0.7%
    For example, undergraduates starting in January or July paying up to Part 1 or MBA students paying for the whole of their course.
  • Payment for five terms in advance – 0.9%
    This would typically suit undergraduates starting in September and wishing to pay up to Part 1 in December the following year.
  • Payment beyond five terms in advance – 2.5%
  • Other
    Please apply to the Student Fees Office for a quotation. Tel. +44 (0)1280 820250; email

*No discounts are available for the MBChB in the Undergraduate School of Medicine.