Computing and Technology undergraduate courses fees and costs

Below are details of fees and potential extra costs when studying a course in the School of Computing and Technology

Course fees

All fees due must be fully discharged before completion of your award or qualification. You can find out more about fees, funding options including bursaries and discounts and how to pay in our student finance section.

Tuition fees relating to courses commenced in this academic year are liable to increase annually, any price increase will be capped at RPI + 2% subject to the maximum regulated fee rates set by the UK Government.

UK and EU students

Level Fees for 2017/18 Fees for 2018/19
Health and Social Care (CertHE) N/A £6,150 per year*
Undergraduate degree £9,250 per year £9,250 per year*
Foundation degree £7,750 per year £9,250 per year*
Sandwich (placement) year £1,000 per year £1,000 per year

* Subject to Parliamentary approval

International students

Level Fees for 2017/18 Fees for 2018/19
Undergraduate degree £13,500 per year £13,840 per year*
Foundation degree £13,500 per year £13,840 per year*

* Subject to Parliamentary approval

Included in your fees


UK day trips appropriate to each course provided free by the university for all levels. Coach trip and any entry fee covered by the university
End of year exhibition (COMX)
Web-a-thon (for multimedia web design students), Hack-a-thon (for forensic computing students) and Games Jam (computer games design and computer games programming students) events
Virtual Learning Environment (Moodle) containing all lecture and support material
Access to all hardware required for the course
Access to all software required for the course


Additional course related costs


Item Average Cost
Graduation (including gown hire, and three family tickets) £100


Product design:


Item Average Cost
Materials for projects during the course (variable according to individuals practice and creative exploration) £400

Supplementary costs

There are some additional costs that you may incur during the course of your study. Course required reading is available through the University's library service. Comprehensive resources are available to support your course work through text books in the library, electronic resources and the library's subsidized inter-loan service. You may wish to supplement these resources with self-selected book purchases. The amount will vary depending on your choice of assignment and the availability of books in the library or through second hand book sales run by our Student Union. We recommend you budget between £200 to £300 a year.

Item Cost
Printing and photocopying On average £40 per year
Module retake £515
Reassessment fee £50
Library late return fines Between 20p and £1 per day
Library book replacement £40
Replacement ID card £10