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Fees for international students

The fees at Kingston University 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.

Undergraduate degrees

Read about the undergraduate tuition fees.

Postgraduate degrees

For the tuition fees, please visit the relevant course page.

Do I pay the home or overseas rate fees?

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 Status Questionnaire (PDF). Please return it by post or email to:

  • Kingston University Admissions
    Room 1004, Yorkon Building
    Kingston University
    Kingston Hill campus
    Kingston upon Thames
    Surrey KT2 7LB

    Email: feestatus@kingston.ac.uk
    Tel: +44 (0)20 3308 9932

EU nationals

The Government has confirmed that EU nationals applying for university places from the 2021/22 academic year will no longer be eligible for Home fee status and will therefore be charged International fees at universities in England. If you are an EU national who has pre-settled/settled status you are likely to be eligible for Home fee status and financial support from Student Finance England for the year 2021/22 and beyond. Otherwise the International fees will apply.

This decision only applies to new EU nationals starting in 2021/22. If you are an existing/continuing EU student, you will continue to be funded until you graduate or withdraw from your course.

Fee information

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.

How to pay

International students (who are non-EU) must pay at least 50% of the tuition fees before 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% will also need to have been paid prior the completion of your enrolment, unless you would like to pay by instalment in line with the University's payment plan.

In order to pay by instalment you will need to have set up either a Direct Debit from a UK current bank account or a Recurring Card Payment (RCP) using an International or a UK issued card before your face to face enrolment session.

Find out more:

Money Matters guide

Our Money Matters guide will provide all the information you need:

** Payment methods differ for students applying for preparatory courses offered by the International Study Centre and for Study Abroad students. 

Contact us

Debt Recovery (for fee payment queries)
Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 3333