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The University of Edinburgh

Annual Undergraduate Tuition Fees 2018

  • Full-time first degree students from Scotland and the non-UK EU will be charged £1,820, and have their tuition fees paid by the Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS).
  • Full-time first degree students from the rest of the UK (RUK) pay the following:
2018 RUK fee £9,250

Information was taken from the university website and was correct at time of publishing. Fees may be subject to change. Please check with the provider for exact figures.

Bursaries and Scholarships

The University of Edinburgh awarded more than £10.5 million in undergraduate financial support in academic year 2017/18. The university offers one of the most generous financial support packages in the UK for students from the lowest household incomes.
  • University of Edinburgh Scholarships: awarded to students who live in England, Wales or Northern Ireland, on the basis of low household income; students will automatically be considered based on information provided to their funding body.
  • Scotland Scholarships: awarded to Scottish undergraduates who receive a Young Students' Bursary or Independent Students’ Bursary from SAAS.
  • Lloyds Scholarships: for applicants from low income families. Each scholarship, of up to four years, could be worth a total of £19,000 to the most successful scholars. In addition scholars will be offered up to two ten-week paid internship at Lloyds, one of which must be taken during the summer holiday before their final year.
  • DHL UK Foundation (15 awards): £2000 a year to students on Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) programmes.
  • University scholarships: up to £1000 a year is awarded to students of Physics, Engineering, Informatics and Mathematics. The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies provides two scholarships of £5,000 a year for overseas applicants on an eligible BVM&S full-time programme (Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery).