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. They are subject to confirmation and may change.
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.
Important: 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.
Our Money Matters guide (PDF) provides details on how and when to pay your fees for the 2014/15 academic year.
It includes information on instalment plans and guidance for employers/organisations if they are paying your fees. It also contains useful information on how and where to receive financial advice.
If you are graduating with a bachelors degree from Kingston University June 2015, you are entitled to a Progression Scholarship and will receive a 25% discount on tuition fees for any full time postgraduate course that starts either September 2015 or January 2016.
If your bachelors degree was awarded in previous year, you are entitled to a 10% discount on postgraduate tuition fees. Both the 25% and 10% discounts apply to Home, EU and overseas fee payers.
The NCTJ offers bursaries under its Journalism Diversity Fund to students applying for NCTJ-accredited courses who can demonstrate a commitment to journalism and who meet the fund's criteria.
Kingston graduates Ali Ali, Melissa Allison-Forbes, Christina Michael and Nicola Roots have been awarded full bursaries from the scheme to continue their postgraduate studies at the University.
Bursaries are available from the School of Humanities for students working on the Kingston University Press (KUP), Ripple magazine or other related activities (find out more and apply after you have enrolled).
The Development Office offers a number of postgraduate scholarships for UK and EU students.
They are available for all courses (except teacher training/PGCE courses) and will pay 50% of the fees (up to £3,000 for a one-year full-time or two year part-time masters programme).
The International Office offers awards totalling £200,000 every year, with each international scholarship worth £4,000. These are open to prospective full-time postgraduates in any subject area on a one-year taught masters degree based at Kingston University.
You might also be eligible for an international loyalty bursary if you are an overseas Kingston University alumnus or have a family connection with the University.
This course is accredited by the lead body for best practice in training and development for the magazine industry – the Professional Publishers Association (PPA).
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As a student on this course you will be part of the Kingston Writing School, a vibrant community of outstanding writers, journalists and publishers.