Here you can find more details about fees for this course, as well as any funding opportunities available to you for this course. Please note that fees relate to the academic year in question and will increase in future years.
For courses that can be studied part time, the part-time fees are for students entering year 1. The fees for students entering year 2 in the following year will remain the same. Fees may increase for students entering years 1 and 2 in future years.
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International students from outside of the European Economic Area (EEA) are required to pay a deposit in order to receive a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) from Kingston University. This applies to all full-time postgraduate taught masters courses.
If you are an international student, find out more about scholarships and bursaries.
We also offer an alumni discount.
If you are starting a course from September 2016, you will be able to apply for a loan of up to £10,000 to study for a postgraduate masters degree.
As an RIBA-validated School of Architecture, there are student funding opportunities offered by the RIBA to assist with your studies at Kingston University.
The RIBA Student Hardship Funds are open to students studying an RIBA-validated Part 1 or Part 2 architecture course, or with RIBA candidate status, in the UK. (Or in the case of applying for support with practical experience, students who have graduated from an RIBA-validated Part 1 or Part 2 architecture course, or with candidate course status).
The grants are awarded from either the RIBA Education Fund or the RIBA Walter Parker Fund.
The RIBA Education Fund is a separate charity created in 1997, which aims to promote education and research and help relieve students of architecture experiencing financial hardship. The majority of 2012/13 grant recipients were Part 2 students, with significant support also made to third-year students, as the intention is to support students in their final stages of education in order to allow them to progress towards qualification. In the 2012/13 academic year, £75,000 was awarded to 73 students enrolled in schools of architecture across the UK on the grounds of financial hardship. This is the highest ever amount of money that has been allocated in one academic year.
The RIBA Walter Parker Fund is funded by the bequest of Walter J Parker, who left a legacy to support the apprenticeship and professional training of architects experiencing financial hardship. Applications are accepted throughout the year, but funding is limited and grants can be made only for as long as there is funding available, so applicants are advised to apply early.