Tuition fees for Undergraduate UK and EU students and overseas students can be found on the University's website.
UK and EU undergraduate students
Funding for UK and EU students is available via Student Finance, for which it will be necessary to provide the College with a Student Finance Breakdown.
Students who do not wish to take out a student loan or have not supplied College with a Student Financial Breakdown from Student Finance will, by default, be billed for the full fee, in accordance with the downloadable information on paying your bill.
The University Composition Fee may be partly or wholly paid by the Student Loan Company (subject to fee loan requested).
Information about NHS Bursaries for home clinical medical students can be found on the NHS website.
Overseas undergraduate students
Students are asked to arrange that their fees are paid by themselves or their sponsors either in October for the full academic year, or in three equal instalments. Details of sponsorship agreements should be sent to the Student Accounts office in advance of arrival. For more information, please view the International fees and costs page on the University site.
Year Abroad and Exchange Students
Most students on a year abroad (usually studying Languages or Law and including exchanges with MIT) are liable for a University Composition Fee of £1,350. Students will also be eligible for Cambridge Bursaries dependent on household income.