Funding your degree

Funding your degree

A university education is a valuable investment. We want to make sure you, and future students like you, continue to benefit, and the range of financial support we make available reflects our determination to ensure university education at Canterbury Christ Church remains accessible to all those with the potential to succeed.

Undergraduate study

Fees for 2017/18 entry

Tuition fees for full-time Home and EU undergraduate students starting at Canterbury Christ Church University in 2017 will be set within the regulatory framework allowed by the government.

Fees are expected to be £9,000* per year for most courses. Part-time fees will be pro-rata, i.e. students studying 50% will pay £4,500 per year.

These fees are subject to confirmation by the Office for Fair Access and are also subject to any potential increase which may be agreed by the Government through Parliamentary approval for an increase in the maximum fees chargeable by the Sector. 

Fees for NHS student starting at Canterbury Christ Church University in 2017 are also subject to confirmation by the Government.

*Exclusions where fees are less include: Four year courses, where the first year is a Foundation Year with fees of £6,000 (subsequent years will be £9,000 after 2017/18, subject to confirmation as above); and some Canterbury Christ Church University courses delivered at partner institutions for which fees may be less than £9,000. Check the University course webpages and partner institutions’ web pages for details. 

Fees for 2016/17 entry

Tuition fees for full-time Home and EU undergraduate students starting at Canterbury Christ Church University in 2016 will be £9,000* per year for most courses. Part-time fees are pro-rata, ie students studying 50% will pay £4,500 per year. Other course fees vary.

*Exclusions where fees are less include: Four year programmes, where the first year is a Foundation Year with fees of £6,000 (subsequent years are £9000 after 2016/17); courses funded by the NHS; and some Christ Church programmes delivered at partner institutions for which fees may be less than £9000. Check partner institutions’ web pages for details. Exceptions also include students who already have a first degree.

Please refer to Your fees, your responsibilities under Downloads for more details about your tuition fees, when they become due,how they should be paid, and what to do if you have trouble paying your tuition fees.

Fees for 2015/16 entry

Tuition fees for full-time Home and EU undergraduate students starting at Canterbury Christ Church University in 2015 will be £9,000* per year for most courses. Part-time fees are pro-rata, ie students studying 50% will pay £4,500 per year. Other course fees vary.

*Exclusions where fees are less include: Four year programmes, where the first year is a Foundation Year with fees of £6,000 (subsequent years are £9000 after 2015/16); courses funded by the NHS; and some Christ Church programmes delivered at partner institutions for which fees may be £6000 or less. Check partner institutions’ web pages for details. Exceptions also include students who already have a first degree.

Please refer to Your fees, your responsibilities under Downloads for more details about your tuition fees, when they become due,how they should be paid, and what to do if you have trouble paying your tuition fees.

Fees for 2014/15 entry

Tuition fees for full-time Home and EU undergraduate students starting at Canterbury Christ Church University in 2014 will be £9,000* per year for most courses. Part-time fees are pro-rata, ie students studying 50% will pay £4,500 per year. Other course fees vary.

*Exclusions where fees are less include: Four year programmes, where the first year is a Foundation Year with fees of £6,000 (subsequent years are £8,500 or £9000 after 2014/15); courses funded by the NHS; and some Christ Church programmes delivered at partner institutions for which fees may be £6000 or less. Check partner institutions’ web pages for details. Exceptions also include students who already have a first degree.

Postgraduate study

Looking at postgraduate study?  Find out about funding options.

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