Fees and scholarships for international students

The University of Bedfordshire has a specific fee structure for international students depending on the level of study being undertaken.

If you would like to pay your fees, please visit our payment information page

Level of Study Fees 2021-2022
Undergraduate - BA/BSc £12,900 (per annum)
Undergraduate - BA/BSc Degrees with Foundation
years (Foundation year only)
£12,900 (for Foundation Year only)
Taught Masters - MA/MSc £13,275 (total)
MBA £14,500 (total)
2 year Taught Masters / 22 months Taught Masters 'with placement'** £15,600 (total)
2 year MBA / 22 months MBA 'with placement'** £16,325 (total)

Tuition Fee Schedule 2021-2022 [pdf]

Please note: per annum means fees are payable each year of the degree. Total means this is the entire cost of the degree. The amount is not payable each year unless specified.

In the first year only on either undergraduate, or postgraduate degree courses, international students will receive a £1,000 VC Scholarship. An international student progressing to a higher level degree* will receive, in the first year only of the new course, both a £1,000 VC Scholarship and a £500 alumni discount. Additional discounts of £500 are available for prompt payment of the first year fees in full, before or at registration (undergraduate and postgraduate) .

* Including undergraduate to postgraduate, and postgraduate to MBA.

Undergraduate international students who pay their second/third year fees in full before or at registration will receive an additional £500 Prompt Payment Discount for each year 2 and 3.

See information on how to pay your fees

Postgraduate research students who pay their full tuition fee before or at registration, will receive a £1,000 discount. This is available for every year of study.

Fees for EU (non-UK domiciled) students 2020-2021


EU applicants are eligible for a number of bursaries and scholarships, for more information, visit our scholarships page

The University reserves the right to increase tuition fees by no more than inflation.

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