Annual Undergraduate Tuition Fees 2018

  • Full-time first degree students from Northern Ireland and the rest of the EU will be charged £4,030
  • 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

Each year, Queen's offers a range of scholarships and prizes for new students; please refer to the university website for details of all awards, eligibility and how to apply. For students enrolling in 2018–19, awards include:

  • Undergraduate Scholarships: between £1,250–2,500 for eligible students from England, Scotland, Wales, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man who achieve the required grades at A Level (or equivalent).
  • University Bursaries: up to £400 for full-time NI and GB undergraduates and PGCE students from families with a household income of up to £19,203. Income-assessed awards also include Queen's Bursaries. Bursaries are also available on a pro-rata basis to eligible students not paying the full undergraduate tuition fee; i.e. foundation degree and compulsory 'year out' students.
  • Lloyd Scholars Programme; a partnership between the university and Lloyds Banking Group, this social mobility programme offers students from lower income households a package of financial support; plus a new Pathway Opportunity Programme provides talented young people with additional support.
  • The university also offers a Care Leaver Bursary and Asylum Seekers Scholarships.
  • The university has a number of international undergraduate scholarships.