Fees and Studentships
Fees vary across the range of subjects offered by the University and full details are given with the individual study programme descriptions. The following is a general guide to annual fees (ie, the rate per year) for research degrees.
Research degree fees 2013-14
The fees below apply to the MPhil/PhD, MA/MSc/LLM by Research, EngD, EdD, ArtsM and ArtsD research degrees.
Students from the UK and other parts of the EU:
- Full-time £3732 per year
- Part-time £1866 per year
Students from overseas (outside the EU):
- Full-time £9700 per year
- Part-time £4850 per year (only available via distance learning; due to UK Government visa regulations, students from outside the EU may not study part-time in the UK)
Research degrees by Public Works have a non-refundable application fee of £500. This fee is discounted against the course fee upon entry to the course. The course fee for a Public Works research degree is the appropriate full-time fee.
Some programmes require an additional annual studio/bench/laboratory fee.
A different fee structure exists for the MProf/DProf.
Please note that fees are subject to change in subsequent years. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Other sources of funding
Funding for research degrees is limited and most research degree students are expected to pay their own fees and subsistence costs. From time to time we have research studentships available. See a full list of research studentships available.
The Find a PhD website has more information on potential sources of funding for research degrees.
Paying your fees
Tuition fees are due at enrolment.
To assist students, instalment agreements are available; staff at campus finance offices advise all students on this when they first join the University. But please note that financial penalties apply if these agreements are defaulted upon.
All debit and credit cards, except American Express and Diners Card, are accepted. Cash and cheques (made payable to Middlesex University) can be paid into campus finance offices.
If you decide to withdraw from a programme of study you must notify your campus student office in writing. Students should be aware that an administration charge will be made for the period from enrolment until a formal withdrawal is made.
It is therefore advisable that any student considering withdrawing confirms the extent of any financial implications with their campus finance office.
Santander Work Based Learning Scholarship
This award, in the form of a £5000 reduction in tuition fees, is available to Work Based Learning students who have demonstrated academic excellence. You must have applied, or be currently enrolled on an undergraduate or postgraduate/doctorate programme within the Institute for Work Based Learning. Please submit a completed application form to email@example.com including your academic or employer references and a 500 word personal statement outlining why you merit this award, by Monday 14th July 2014.
UTC PhD Studentship
We are offering a 3-year fully funded studentship for a project entitled An Investigation into the Innovation of UTC Education. Applications are sought from self-motivating and autonomous educators with an interest in the innovation of teaching and learning. Click here for more information