Fees and Scholarships
We now offer scholarships of up to £3,000 to eligible international students. To find out what you could be entitled to, please see our international scholarships page.
A 10% discount of the tuition fees for the first year of study is available to Leeds Beckett graduates who register for postgraduate study.
What is my fee status?
Our fees vary according to your fee status.
If you are from an EU country, you may be eligible to pay Home/EU fees. If you are from outside the EU you may be required to pay Overseas fees. If you are unsure what your fee status should be, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find more information on our tuition fees below.
What fees will I pay?
Fees vary for each course. The table below gives a guide to fees for courses starting in September 2018 & January 2019:
Annual Tuition Fees
|Annual Tuition Fees (Home/EU)|
|Undergraduate (most courses)||£12,000||£9,250|
|Postgraduate (most courses)||£11,500 - £12,500||£5,950 - £6,500|
*The Research fees quoted above for non-EU students are correct for 2018-19 but subject to change for 2019-20.
Fees for part-time courses are usually a proportion of the full-time fee depending on the number of modules studied. To check the fee for a particular course, search for the course in our online prospectus and click on the Fees & Funding tab.
Paying your fees
If you are offered a place on a course, your offer letter will contain details of your tuition fees. You will be expected to pay a minimum of 50% of your fees at the start of the course.
If you require a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) number to obtain a visa to study in the UK, before a CAS number can be issued to you, you will need to either:
- Pay a minimum of 50% of your first year tuition fees to Leeds Beckett University, or
- Send a copy of your official sponsor letter to email@example.com if you are a sponsored student (sponsored students are students who are sponsored by a government, employer or other official organisation. You are not a sponsored student if a family member or friend is providing you with financial assistance). Click here for Further CAS and visa information.
For more information please contact our Financial Services Office on +44 113 812 5950.
Annual living costs
In addition to tuition fees, we recommend that you budget to cover other costs, including accommodation, food, transport and social activities. Please see below guidance for further information.
Tuition Fees: £10,500*
Living expenses (including accommodation): £9,135†
Total (approximate): £19,635†
*Fees shown based on undergraduate study for September 2017
†Living expenses are estimated and dependent on your lifestyle
What are Chevening Scholarships?
Chevening Scholarships are the UK government’s global scholarship programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations. The scholarships are awarded to outstanding scholars with leadership potential. Awards are typically for a one-year Masters degree.
Who can apply for a Chevening Scholarship?
Chevening Scholarships are for talented people who have been identified as potential future leaders across a wide range of fields including politics, business, the media, civil society, religion, and academia. Applicants should be high-calibre graduates with the personal, intellectual and interpersonal qualities necessary for leadership.
Chevening Scholars come from over 110 countries worldwide (excluding the USA and the EU), and this year the Scholarships will support approximately 700 individuals. There are over 41,000 Chevening alumni around the world who together comprise an influential and highly regarded global network.
How to apply for a Chevening Scholarship
Full information about deadlines and priority subjects for countries which offer Chevening Scholarships will be available on the country pages on the Chevening website.
For information on applying for a Chevening Scholarship for 2019/20, sign up now for alerts at www.chevening.org
The University has been awarded two Commonwealth Shared Scholarships for September 2018:
- One award for MSc Public Health – Health Promotion.
- One award for MSc Responsible Tourism Management.
Contact the International Office for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I apply for the Commonwealth Shared Scholarships?
You must have accepted an unconditional offer for your course and have applied for a scholarship on the Commission’s Electronic Application System (EAS) by Friday 13 April 2018.
Information for candidates is available on the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme website.
Eligibility criteria for the scholarship
To apply for these scholarships, you should meet the following criteria:
- Be a citizen of or have been granted refugee status by an eligible Commonwealth country, or be a British Protected Person
- Be permanently resident in an eligible Commonwealth country.
- Be available to start your academic studies in the UK by the start of the UK academic year in September/October 2018.
- By October 2018, hold a first degree of at least upper second class (2:1) standard, or a second class degree and a relevant postgraduate qualification (usually a Master's degree).
- Not have studied or worked for one (academic) year or more in a high-income country.
- Be unable to afford to study in the UK without this scholarship.
See the full eligibility criteria on the Commonwealth’s website.
BECAS Chile (CONICYT) Scholarships
CONCIYT BECAS Chile Scholarships support Chilean scholars to study at postgraduate level overseas. Upon return to Chile, the expectation is that scholars will apply their acquired knowledge to contribute to the scientific, academic, economic, social and cultural development of the country.
Scholarships fund full tuition fees for up to two years of a master’s degree, and for up to four years of a Doctoral degree. The comprehensive scholarship also funds a stipend for living expenses, return flights, health insurance, settling and returning allowance.
Scholarship application process:
You require an unconditional or conditional offer letter from Leeds Beckett University before you apply to BECAS Chile for your scholarship. Guidance about applying for a postgraduate course or a research degree at our University is detailed online.
When you have received your offer from the University, you should make your scholarship application to CONICYT directly.
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Questions about your fees
For information on how much your course fees will be, please see our online prospectus.
It is difficult to suggest to you exactly how much money you will need to support yourself, as each person's circumstances will be different, but please see below for guidance:
Living expenses (including accommodation): £9,135
Please note that these living expenses are estimated and dependent on your lifestyle.
Check out www.studentcalculator.org.uk/international/ for advice and tools to help you plan and manage your budget whilst studying in the UK.
Our advice is available free of charge and follows the Rules and Code of Standards of the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) and the United Kingdom Visa and Immigration Agency.
Email us for support with visa and immigration etc. or find out more on the Student Immigration Advice and Compliance team website.