Important: Applications for the government's new postgraduate loan scheme are now being accepted. You can apply via the Student Finance website.
Before you apply, we recommend that you read through the latest information about how the new postgraduate loans will work; including eligibility criteria and repayment terms. Click here to explore our postgraduate loans FAQ page.
We want to ensure that you have the most up to date information about fees and funding to allow you to make an informed decision. Below are the most frequent questions we receive about postgraduate fees and funding. Please click on the questions to discover more information.
Both full time, and part time fees can be found on each course's individual webpage. The courses can be accessed by the drop-down dashboard above, or by clicking here.
Our part-time fees are calculated per taught credit. There is a fee per taught credit and this is multiplied by the number of credits for a particular course. The standard total credits for postgraduate qualifications are:
We do also have a fee for completing a dissertation, this is applied if you choose to study for a postgraduate diploma and then decide to continue to complete a full masters course. This fee covers the difference in price between completing the different courses.
If you are a UK/EU student and you have these options:
Course fees can only be paid via bank transfer, credit/debit card, or cheque/bankers draft. Middlesex University no longer accepts cash payments.
Payments via cheque should be made out to:Student Fees and Finance - Financial Services
Middlesex UniversityThe Burroughs
NW4 4BT, UKTel: +44 (0)20 8411 6400
Full details on how you pay your fees and deposit can be found on our international funding page.
As a student there are other costs you must take in to consideration. Our handy guide to student living costs covers issues including accommodation, commuting, and extracurricular living costs.Some of our courses require you to take part in field and residential trips. Where a course has additional costs attached to it, these are outlined on the fees and funding tab of each individual course web page.
Up until now postgraduate study has been self-funded. However, in the 2014 and 2015 Autumn Statements, the government announced that it would be introducing postgraduate student loans for those starting their studies from October 2016 onwards. The government has yet to announce a launch date, however we are able to share the following information about the loans:
You can also choose to self-fund your degree, and many employers will also contribute towards the cost of their employees undertaking postgraduate study as part of their staff development programme. Our flexible payment plan, scholarships and awards will also help you finance your degree.
IMPORTANT: You are not eligible for for the loan if you are in receipt of a social work bursary from any of the following:
National Health Service (NHS)
Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPS)
Student Awards Agency Scotland (SAAS)
If you have not been awarded a social work bursary after applying for one, you may still apply for the loan.
We offer a wide range of scholarships and awards that reward academic achievement and potential. You can find a full list of scholarship opportunities, including eligibility criteria and deadlines here.
If you decide to withdraw from a course before completing it, you must notify Unihelp. If you decide to withdraw within the first four weeks of the start of the academic year you will not be charged. However:
Information about the costs of our research degrees can be found here.
We believe that, like the children of all British soldiers, the children of Gurkhas have a right to a British education, and are demonstrating our support for the Gurkhas by regarding their children as UK students instead of as international students.
If you are the son or daughter of a Gurkha and wish to apply for the reduced fees, you must provide:
You can apply for a Gurkha Bursary by filling out the application form.
Once completed, you should return your form to email@example.com.
We are always keen to ensure you have as much information as possible to make informed decisions. If you would like to discuss fees and funding with us in more detail, you can speak to our student finance team.Alternatively, you can register for one of our Open Evening where you can attend a fees and funding talk, and speak to one of our advisors.