International Tuition Fees

Tuition & Accommodation Fees

The fees below for NEW Students starting Fall 2017 and Spring 2018
(basic tuition and housing fees quoted below are per each standard academic year of two semesters).

New students starting in Fall 2017/ Spring 2018 International
Tuition £14,500
Confirmation Deposit N/A
Standard Housing (shared room with meal plan) from £7,800*
Housing Deposit £350
Estimated additional living costs (Transport, books, etc) £2,250

*Room rates vary depending on band; please see Requesting University Housing: Room Rates.


Summer Courses/Overloading – per credit

International
Taken in 2017/2018 academic year £ 500

Additional Information regarding fees

Books
Students should use the library for the first point to source textbooks and course material.  Should you need to buy a book, you can purchase it from www.amazon.co.uk.

Deposits
Please check your offer email/letter for further information about what deposits are payable and when they are due.

Housing
First Year students are normally recommended to take housing in the first year of study at Richmond. The University provides standard double rooms and a limited number of single rooms on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit Housing & Accommodation to find out more about student housing.

Financial Assistance – International Students

For more information on Financial Aid for students based in North America or International Students (non UK/EU/USA), please visit our website or contact the Office of Financial Aid at finaid@richmond.ac.uk.

Funding Your Undergraduate Studies – International Students

The student finance information provided on this page is for International Students who reside outside of the UK, EU, and USA. To assist you with funding your studies at Richmond, we offer need and merit based scholarships. Information on these can be found below.

We recommend that you explore your funding option as early as possible. The Student Finance Calculator will help you determine what funds for which you may be eligible.  Please see the tabs below for the various funding options. Please contact us if you have any questions at admissions@richmond.ac.uk.

For more information on Financial Aid for students based in North America or International Students (non UK/EU/USA), please visit our website or contact the Office of Financial Aid at finaid@richmond.ac.uk.

Other Sources of Funding

Open4FundingRichmond’s Open4Funding Network allows you to search hundreds of funding options inside and outside of the UK.
Simply CLICK HERE and start your search!

If you need assistance, please see us in the Student Affairs office or contact us at studentaffairs@richmond.ac.uk


Additional Financial Assistance (for US citizens):

Student Scholarship Search

FastWeb.com

FinAid.org

Additional Financial Assistance – UK Loan Programs (for non-US citizens):

Student Finance England

Funding for Postgraduate Students:

You may want to have a look at these websites as they provide further information on how you can finance your postgraduate study in the UK:

https://www.ucas.com/ucas/postgraduate/finance-and-support/postgraduate-fees-and-funding

https://www.financemyfuture.co.uk/

International Student Calculator

According to research by The UK Council For International Student Affairs (UKCISA), student finance is the number one concern for international students. Almost a quarter (23%) of them said they didn’t have enough money to live on. Of those who had experienced hardship, 72% said they underestimated the cost of living. Only 25% of students took out possessions insurance, which is concerning as students are often targeted. Also, many have unrealistic expectations of how much time they can spend working.

The International Student Calculator enables students to:

  • Build a lifestyle budget and see how it balances by week, month or over a year.
  • Understand how they will spend their time as well as their money in the UK
  • Get information on areas like insurance and banking as well as guidance on the costs of living
  • Learn from case studies and top tips from other students
  • Save their budget so they can use it before arriving or during their studies!

International Student CalculatorThe International Student Calculator is there to help you plan and manage your money for study in the UK.

The UNIAID Student Life Wiki is an interactive uni guide which allows students to view and edit articles about their town, University, living costs, and much more.

Tuition and fees are set annually, in advance of the start of the academic year, by the Board of Trustees. The tuition fee will not change for the duration of the academic year.

Undergraduate Prospectus