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Tuition fees for research programmes

Royal Holloway charges an annual tuition fee for all postgraduate research courses. The fee that you pay will depend on the department in which you are studying.  Part time fees are approximately half of the full time fee.

Tuition fees can be paid in full before or upon enrolment. Students who are in a position to pay their fee in one instalment may be eligible for an early payment discount|

For further information please see: How to pay your fees|

 

Full Time Tuition Fees for 2015-16

Department

Tuition Fees for Students from UK and EU

* The 2015-16 fee for UK/EU students is still to be confirmed

Tuition Fees for International Students outside the EU

 

Biological   Sciences

 

 

£3996 (2014-15)*

 

£13,500

 

Classics

£3996 (2014-15)*

£12,200

 

Computer Science

£3996 (2014-15)*

£13,500

 

Drama

£3996 (2014-15)*

 

£13,500

 

Earth Sciences

£3996 (2014-15)*

£13,500

 

Economics

£3996 (2014-15)*

£13,500

 

English

£3996 (2014-15)*

£12,200

 

Geography

£3996 (2014-15)*

£12,200

 

Health and Social Care

£3996 (2014-15)*

£12,200

 

History

£3996 (2014-15)*

£12,200

 

Information Security

£3996 (2014-15)*

£12,200

 

Law, Criminology and Sociology

£3996 (2014-15)*

£12,200

 

Management

£3996 (2014-15)*

£13,500

 

Mathematics

£3996 (2014-15)*

£12,200

 

Media Arts

£3996 (2014-15)*

£12,200

 

Modern Languages

£3996 (2014-15)*

£12,200

 

Music

£3996 (2014-15)*

£12,200

 

Physics

£3996 (2014-15)*

£13,500

 

Politics, International Relations and Philosophy

£3996 (2014-15)*

£12,200

 

Psychology

£3996 (2014-15)*

£13,500



 

 

NB: A 'Writing Up' fee will come into effect in year four (full-time study) or year seven (part-time study). The year 4 Writing up fee for 2015-16 is £380 (full time)

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