Fees and funding
To ensure you can make the most of your time as a student, it’s important to be proactive about managing your money.
The Fees estimator is the best way to calculate your programme costs with the ability to add and remove courses (applicable only for undergraduate study).
If you are an international student coming to UC, you may be eligible for tuition or other financial aid from your home country, so make sure to check all your overseas financial aid options.
Undergraduate tuition fees
You need to pay undergraduate tuition fees if you plan on studying towards any of the following qualifications at UC.
Calculate your tuition fees
There is no flat fee for undergraduate qualifications. Your total tuition fees for each year are calculated by the cost of each individual course that makes up your programme of study.
The easiest way to calculate your fees is using the Fees estimator. It lets you add and remove courses to estimate your tuition fees and email the total to yourself for future reference.
Tuition fees are subject to change and are reviewed annually. The University reserves the right to change these published fees before enrolment to reflect any changes in Government or University Council Policy. See Enrolment and Fees Policies and Regulations for more information.
Fee bands by subject area
Tuition fees vary on the number of points associated with the course based on equivalent full time study (EFTS) and are banded by subject area.
This means the amount charged will vary depending on your choice of courses and subject areas.
The amount charged will also vary depending if you are a domestic or international student.