- Undergraduate Students
- Postgraduate Students
- International Students
Annual Undergraduate Tuition Fees
The University of Buckingham is an independent university so is able to set its own fees. Fees for September 2019:
- UK–EU undergraduate entrants: £12,600 per year. The available loan from Student Finance is £6,165. The student loan will not cover the full tuition fee amount.
- Undergraduate degrees take two years (rather than three) so total fees are less than £26,000. Fees for undergraduate MBChB medical students: £37,000 per year (From Jan 2020).
- Fees for overseas undergraduate students per academic year: £17,800.
- Check fees for specific courses on our Course Chooser.
- Find out more about university tuition fees and financial support wherever you're from and wherever you're planning to study.
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Bursaries and Scholarships
- High Achiever Scholarships: undergraduate UK/EU students (excluding Medicine) achieving AAB or above in their A Levels (or equivalent) will be considered for a scholarship worth £2,000 per year. The scholarship will be reviewed after the preliminary and subsequent examinations and will continue if the student's average mark is in the upper second or first class.
- Five Counties Scholarship: worth £1,100 per annum, this is available to undergraduate students (excluding foundation) from the following counties: Buckinghamshire (including Milton Keynes), Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire, and Hertfordshire. Students are not eligible for this award if they hold another scholarship from the university. Applicants must provide proof of address at the time of application.
- Buckingham Bursary: Home students in receipt of a maintenance loan of £5,000 or more per annum will receive an automatic bursary of £1,100 per annum. Those eligible for the High Achievers Scholarship will be considered for both awards, but applicants in receipt of the Five Counties Scholarship cannot claim the Buckingham Bursary.
- Further funded scholarships and bursaries are awarded annually across all schools of study, and represent a partial remission from tuition fees. Awards range from £500–2,500.