Postgraduate Tuition Fees – Richmond University

Postgraduate Tuition Fees

Which Tuition Fees Should I Pay?

Home/EU Students
If you are an EU citizen and have been ordinarily resident in the EEA for the previous three years then you are entitled to Home/EU Fees.
International & US Students
If you are a citizen of a non-EU country or are an EU citizen but have been ordinarily resident outside the EEA for the previous three years (including students who are based in North America) then you will pay International Fees.

Postgraduate Home/EU Tuition Fees

Postgraduate Tuition Fees for new students starting in Spring 2018, Fall 2018 & Spring 2019 for:

MA
Full-Time EU/UK Students- £7,000
Part-Time EU/UK Students- £3.500 per year
MBA – for Fall 2017 intake
Full-Time EU/UK Students- £12,000
Part-Time EU/UK Students- £6,000 per year
MA Luxury Brand Management
Full-Time – £21,000
Part-Time – £10,500
Tuition fees, books, a laptop computer (required), and living costs are the main items you will need to take into account in estimating the total cost of your Postgraduate Programme.
Estimated additional living costs (Transport, books, etc)- £2,250
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.
Postgraduate Housing
The University provides housing for graduate students in single or double rooms on a limited, first-come, first-served basis.
A non-refundable £350 housing deposit is required on booking by 1 July. Further information on housing can be obtained by contacting the accommodation office.  Visit Housing & Accommodation to find out more about student housing.

Postgraduate International Fees

Postgraduate Tuition Fees for new students starting in Spring 2018, Fall 2018 & Spring 2019 for:

MA
Full-Time International Students- £12,000*
MBA – for Fall 2017 intake
Full-Time International Students- £15,000*
MA Luxury Brand Management
Full-Time – £21,000
Part-Time – £10,500
Tuition fees, books, a laptop computer (required), and living costs are the main items you will need to take into account in estimating the total cost of your Postgraduate Programme.
Estimated additional living costs (Transport, books, etc)- £2,250
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.
*Please note part-time study is not available to students who are entering the UK on a student visa.
Postgraduate Housing
The University provides housing for graduate students in single or double rooms on a limited, first-come, first-served basis.
A non-refundable £350 housing deposit is required on booking by 1 July. Further information on housing can be obtained by contacting the accommodation office.  Visit Housing & Accommodation to find out more about student housing.

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. The official University document setting out tuition and fees can be found below.
All students are invoiced in UK pounds sterling. Tuition and fees must be paid in the currency of invoicing.