Fees 2013 / 14
Our fees explained
Going to university is a great investment in your future. In fact, the Office for National Statistics* recently reported that people with degrees earned an average of £12,000 a year more than non-graduates over the past decade. At NTU we are committed to giving you the best possible return on your investment. However, you also have a role to play. By working together we can ensure that you leave NTU as a work-ready graduate, with the skills and confidence needed to launch your chosen career.
The University's fees from September 2013:
- full-time UK / EU undergraduate degrees: £8,750**
- foundation degrees: £6,500**.
Scholarships and funding
We believe that all students should have the opportunity to realise their ambitions and academic potential regardless of their financial circumstances. Find out more about our commitment to student financial support.
Download our Money Matters guide for more information about our fees and the financial support available.
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At NTU we believe in helping our students get a job as soon as possible after graduating. That's why we invest in giving each and every one of our students the opportunity to shine through innovative courses, excellent work placement opportunities and an award-winning Careers and Placements Centre.
* The data was compiled from the Labour Force Survey over the past 10 years and the average weekly earnings in 2010
** Subject to OFFA approval