Tuition Fees

Here you can find all of the information on the tuition fees charged here at BGU, so you can be sure you'll know how much your studies with us will cost

Since 2012 institutions such as BGU no longer receive direct funding from the Government. Instead, universities are required to charge students tuition fees, with individual institutions setting fees of varying levels, up to an agreed yearly maximum.

Tuition fee increases:  All tuition fees will usually be subject to annual increases, subject to the maximum fee chargeable according to the tuition fee cap set by OFFA. BGU reserves the right to review its fees for students continuing to study a programme within the limits set by OFFA. The tuition fee will not usually remain the same for each year of study unless it is limited by the fee cap, e.g. if the fee cap were to increase by £500, tuition fees may increase by an amount equivalent to or less than £500.

The UK government has confirmed that EU nationals starting courses in September 2019 will be charged the same fee as UK students for the duration of their course, irrespective of the timing of the UK’s departure from the EU. EU nationals will also remain eligible for financial support from Student Finance England for the duration of their course, subject to current eligibility rules. Eligible students will be able to borrow the full cost of tuition from the government in the form of a tuition fee loan.

If you already have an SLC student loan, you will continue to receive instalments and should continue your studies as usual. The UK Council for International Student Affairs has published the following advice for students on post-Brexit rules and entitlements. (attached)

Further information can be found at Universities UK.

The following tables show our tuition fees, split by category of programme and study method, for further information please also see our Tuition Fee Register, Charges and Student Debt Policy under the Finance heading of our Policies, Procedures, Regulations & Forms page.

1. Foundation Degrees  

 Year of Study              UK/EU “Home” Students
Full-time Tuition
Fee
Part Time Tuition Fee per
30 Credit module
 2019/20  £6,935  £1,734.50
 2018/19  £6,935  £1,734.50

 


2.  BA/BSc (Hons) Degrees (including direct progression from FdA to BA/BSc (Hons) ‘Progression Routes’**)

Year of Study                               UK/EU ‘Home’ Students          International Students
Full-time Tuition Fee Part-time Tuition Fee per 20 credit module Part-time Tuition Fee per 30 credit module Full-time Tuition Fee
 2019/20  £9,250  £1,542  £2,313  £11,820
 2018/19  £9,250  £1,542  £2,313  £11,500

NOTE: UK/EU ‘Home’ students studying BA/BSc (Hons) ‘Progression Routes’ are subject to the tuition fees for the year of entry onto their lower qualification (e.g. FdA) where, disregarding any intervening vacation, they progress directly onto a BA/BSc (Hons) programme. In cases where the gap between courses is longer than the vacation or where the students changes mode of study (i.e. from part-time to full-time) the relevant year of entry will be the year the BA/BSc (Hons) ‘Progression Route’ commences.


3.  PGCE Programmes    
3.1 PGCE Primary and Secondary Programmes (including Non-salaried School Direct)

Year of Study        UK/EU ‘Home’ Students  International Students
Full-time Tuition Fee Part-time Tuition Fee (Year 1) Part-time Tuition Fee (Year 2) Full-time Tuition Fee
 2019/20  £9,250  £6,475  £2,775  £12,850
 2018/19  £9,250  £6,475  £2,775  £12,500

3.2 PGCE Assessment Only Programmes

Year of Study                                                UK/EU ‘Home’ Students  
Assessment Only PGCE Primary and
Secondary Tuition Fee
 2019/20  £2,250
 2018/19  Minimum £1,757

 


4. Postgraduate Taught Programmes

Year of Study                       UK/EU ‘Home’ Students  International Students
Full-time Tuition Fee Part-time Tuition Fee
Per 30 credit module
Full-time Tuition Fee
 2019/20  £7,200*  £1,200*  £12,850**
 2018/19  £7,020*  £1,170*  £12,850**

*20% discount available for those with a 1st or 2:1 degree classification. 30% discount available for BGU alumni. Only 1 discount available per person. Email enquiries@bishopg.ac.uk for more information

**£2,000 international scholarship available. Successful discounts will be awarded on information contained within the personal statement. An awarding panel will be drawn from senior members of the institution. For more information, email enquiries@bishopg.ac.uk.

*** Should an employer wish to pay for multiple students, a discount may be available. For further information, email enquiries@bishopg.ac.uk.


5.  Doctoral Programmes  

5.1 EdD Programmes

Year of Study                                  UK/EU ‘Home’ Students International Students
 Part-time Tuition Fee Part-time Tuition Fee (internal candidate) Full-time Tuition Fee
 2019/20  £2,163.50  Nil
 2018/19  £2,750  £1,500
 2017/18  £2,750  £1,500   –

 

5.2 PhD Programmes

Year of Study                                  UK/EU ‘Home’ Students International Students
 Full-time Tuition Fee Part-time Tuition Fee Part-time Tuition Fee (internal candidate) Full-time Tuition Fee
 2019/20  £4,327  £2,163.50  Nil  £13,105*
 2018/19  £4,260  £2,130  £1,500  £13,105*
 2017/18  £4,121  £2,061  £1,500  £13,105*

*With the exception of PhD study in Biosciences and Psychology, where fees will be £17,465. Fees for research degrees in these subjects vary according to the nature of the research project to be undertaken. The applicable fee will be determined at the point an offer of admission is made and will be stated in the offer letter.

Fees and Funding Related Area

All
About BGU
About Lincoln
Academic Partners
Accessibility
Accommodation
Adjustment
Admissions
Alumni
and any other tag
Anglican
Apply
Apprenticeships
Archaeology
Archaeology Lecture
Art
Assessment Only Route to QTS (Primary and Secondary)
Bar
Bar BG
Bed and breakfast
Beyond ITE
BG Conference & Events
BG Futures
BG Generations
BG Talk
BG&You
BGCOSA
BGSU
BGU Foundation Fund
BGU Say
BGUSU
Bursaries
Bursary
Business
business inspiration
Business skills Support
Business TE
Campus
campus related news
Careers
Careers and Employability
Catering
CEET
CELT
Certificate in Education
Chancellor
Chapel
Chaplain
Chaplaincy
Christmas
Church
Church of England
Cinema
Clearing
Coaching
CofE
Coffee
Community & Partnerships
Community Music
Constance Stewart
Contact
Continuing Professional Development
Cornerstone
Councelling
Counselling
CPD
Crosstrend
Curiositea
Curiosity
Dance
DBS
Digital Learning
disability
Disabled
Diversity
Doctoral Study
Doctorate
Doctors
Drama
Drinking
Dyscalculia
Dyslexia
Early Childhood Studies
Eating
EdD
Education
Emotional and Mental Health Conference
Employability
Employment
English
Enrolment
Equivalents
ERASMUS
Events
Faith
FdA
Fees
Finance
Find us
Fitness
Food
For Business and Employers
Forms
Foundation
Freedom of Information
Funding
Fundraising
Futures
Generations
Geography
Governance
Graduate
Graduate Attributes
Graduating
Graduation
Grant
Grants
Gym
Halls
Halls of residence
Health
History
Honorary Awards
HR
Induction
International
IT Services
Jobs
Learning and teaching
Learning Development
Library
LincHigher
Lincoln
Linguistics
Living
Loans
Longdales
Longdales House
LORIC
Masters
Mathematics
Matriculation
Mature students
Mentor Training
Military History
Money
MSc in Wellbeing in Learning and Teaching
NA-SENCO
News
Ofsted
Open Days
OSA
Our city
Outreach
Partnership in ITE
Partnerships
People and Organisational Development
PGCE
PGDE
PhD
Physical Education
Physics
Policies
Post Graduate Certificate in General Practice Nursing
Postgraduate
Pre-Teaching
Primary
Primary and Community Care
Primary Education with QTS
Procedures
Professional Studies
Progression Routes
Prospectus
Psychology
QTS
Rasen Lane
Refectory
Regulations
Research
Residence
Sandford
Sandford Award
Scholarship
Scholarships
School Direct
Semester Dates
seni
Short Courses
SKE
Social
Social & Cultural History
Social Care
Social Emotional and Mental Health Conference
Societies
Sociology
Special Educational Needs
Special Educational Needs & Disability
Sport
Sport & Fitness Centre
Sport centre
Sports
Sports centre
Staff
Student Admin
Student Advice
Student Ambassadors
Student engagement
Student Life
Student loan
Student loans
Student support
Students' union
Studentships
Study
SU
Summer school
Symposium
Taster days
Teaching
Teenage Market
TEF
TESOL
The city
The Venue
Theatre
Theology & Ethics
Theology & Religious Studies
Training and Skills
Tuition
Tuition fees
Undergraduate
Union
University Council
Value for Money
Venue
Vice Chancellor
Vision
Volunteering
What's on
Whats on
Wickham
Widening Participation

Fees and Funding Related Contents

Apr 11, 2018By s4webteam0

Loans

Tuition Fee Loans Full-time Students Part-time Students REPAYABLE REPAYABLE Non income-assessed: up to £9,250 (undergraduate) in 2019/2020 up to £9,250......