Course Fees

 

MSc Forestry 2017/18 Course Fees

 

UK and EU member state countries
Overseas (non-EU) countries
£884 per 20 credit module
£1,590 per 20 credit module
£2,650 for the 60 credit dissertation
£5,010 for the 60 credit dissertation
£7,950 for the full MSc (over 3 years)
£14,550 for the full MSc (over 3 years)

The fees above apply to applications made for the academic year 2017/18 and slight increases may apply annually.

Full details of the current fees as listed on Academic Registry are available here.

 

MSc Tropical Forestry 2017/18 Course Fees

 

UK and EU member state countries
Overseas (non-EU) countries
£884 per 20 credit module
£1,590 per 20 credit module
£2,650 for the 60 credit dissertation
£5,010 for the 60 credit dissertation
£7,950 for the full MSc (over 3 years)
£14,550 for the full MSc (over 3 years)

The fees above apply to applications made for the academic year 2017/18 and slight increases may apply annually.

Full details of the current fees as listed on Academic Registry are available here.

 

Additional costs for M.Sc. Tropical Forestry Study Tour


Students registered on M.Sc. Tropical Forestry must also fund their travel to the country where the tour is taking place, cover their visa, immunisations and other related costs as well as their in-country costs (in-country costs are typically €1,000 for two weeks).

 

MSc Food Security in a Changing Environment 2016/17 Course Fees

Course fees are structured on the modular scheme and payment for each module is made at the commencement of the module.  The price per 20-credit module is £750 if you live in the UK.  A dissertation fee of £1,800 is payable prior to the commencement of the dissertation component of the course, and supervision of the dissertation activities are included in this fee. The dissertation fee does not include printing and binding costs.

For overseas students, the price per 20-credit module is £1,363 and the dissertation fee is £3,150.

(Note, the above fees apply for the academic year September 2016 - August 2017.  The fees for 2017/18 have yet to be confirmed).

 

Postgraduate Loan

Postgraduate loans of up to £10,000 are available to applicants who reside in England to help them with the cost of postgraduate level study.  The terms of the loan specify the following with regard to part-time study:

Part-time courses:  If your course is longer than one year you can get up to £5,000 in your first year and the rest in your second year. If you're studying part time you can only get payments in the first two years of your course, even if it lasts for three or four years.

Part-time Distance Learning: For courses where there are equivalent full-time courses, the distance-learning course must be completed within 24 months in order to meet the 50% intensity requirement. However, if the course does not have an equivalent full-time version, the distance learning course must be completed within 36 months.

                                                                                                                                                

Further information can be found here