- Undergraduate Students
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- International Students
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.
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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.