Detailed breakdown – undergraduate Home fees

January 2020 start

Term Tuition
Winter 2020 £3,150
Spring 2020 £3,150
Summer 2020 £3,150
Autumn 2020 £3,150
Total Year One £12,600
Winter 2021 £3,150
Spring 2021 £3,150
Summer 2021 £3,150
Autumn 2021 £3,150
Total Year Two £12,600
Grand total £25,200

September 2020 start (8-term Business degree)

Term Tuition
Autumn 2020 £3,150
Winter 2021 £3,150
Spring 2021 £3,150
Summer 2021 £3,150
Total Year One £12,600
Autumn 2021 £3,150
Winter 2022 £3,150
Spring 2022 £3,150
Summer 2022 £3,150
Total Year Two £12,600
Grand total £25,200

September 2020 start (9-term degree)

Term Tuition
Autumn 2020 £2,800
Winter 2021 £2,800
Spring 2021 £2,800
Summer 2021 £2,800
Total Year One £11,200
Autumn 2021 £2,800
Winter 2022 £2,800
Spring 2022 £2,800
Summer 2022 £2,800
Total Year Two £11,200
Autumn 2022 £2,800
Grand total £25,200

 

MB ChB – January 2020 start

The University is a not-for-profit charity that receives no government subsidy, thus all students must meet the full economic cost of training. Tuition fees are £37,000 per annum for EU and overseas students.

Foundation

Our Foundation programmes cost £3,150 per term.

Notes

  • ^ Buckingham students’ eligibility for the tuition fee loan and the amount of that loan are subject to confirmation from the Student Loan Company.
  • The above figures are for tuition only and do not include accommodation.
  • New students (except Education and Medicine) are required to pay a general bond of £300. New students that live in university managed accommodation will be required to pay an additional £700 deposit for their accommodation, (£1,000).
    The bond is a deposit held by the University and is non-refundable for the duration of your studies. On completion of your studies or ceasing to be a member of the University the bond will be refunded less any balance remaining on your account.

Fee increases

The University reserves the right to increase course fees annually in line with inflation linked to the Retail Price Index (RPI) to take account of the University’s increased costs of delivering educational services. If the University intends to increase your course fees it will notify you via email of this as soon as reasonably practicable.