The fees at Kingston vary according to which course or programme you have decided to study and whether you are eligible to pay the overseas or home student fees. For the exact price, please visit the relevant course page.
As a guide, you should expect to pay the following tuition fees per year of study, if you are assessed as 'overseas' fee paying.
|Course type|| 2016/17 entry ||2017/18 entry (Year 2 for 2016 entrants)||2018/19 entry (Year 3 for 2016 entrants)||2019/20 entry (Year 4 for 2016 entrants)|
|Art and design||£14,100||£14,500||£14,900|
|Other studio based/Pharmacy
For the tuition fees, please visit the relevant course page.
All postgraduate taught (masters) applicants*, from outside of the European Economic Area (EEA), who pay international fees are required to pay a deposit in order to receive their Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS).
* exclusions apply.
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To establish your fee status you can find information about how this is determined on the UKCISA website. To get confirmation of your fee status you need to download and complete our Fee Assessment Questionnaire (PDF). Please return it by post or email to:
Fees are effective from 1 August in the academic year in which you begin your studies. Most fees increase each year, in line with inflation. All fees are in pounds sterling (£) and are for one academic year, not the whole course.
International students (who are non-EU) must pay at least 50% of the tuition fees before or at enrolment**. With current visa regulations, it is advisable that this is paid to the University as early as possible to speed up your visa application.
The remaining 50% must be paid on receipt of invoice or by instalment in line with the University's payment plan. Find out more:
If you are starting your studies in September 2016, our Money Matters guide will provide all the information you need: