Tuition Fees, Living Costs, and Scholarships

Preparing Your Finances

Studying in the UK can be a life-changing experience. To help you prepare, we've included an overview below of some of the important things you will need to consider, such as tuition fees, living costs, and other expenses. You can also find out more about our wide range of scholarships, alongside advice and tips to help you create a budget, find a part-time job, and prepare for your journey to Lincoln.

Lincoln: One of the Most Affordable Cities

The city of Lincoln has been ranked in the top three in the UK for affordability by the NatWest Student Living Index 2023. The index named Lincoln one of the most cost-effective university locations in the country, after taking into consideration accommodation fees, activity costs, and other expenses.

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Tuition Fees and Fee Status

In the UK, university students are classified as either Home or Overseas students in relation to the cost of tuition fees. Your student status, and therefore the level of tuition fee you are required to pay, is determined by your nationality and the country where you usually live. 

Tuition fees at the P站视频 are charged for each year of your studies. For the 2024/25 academic year, tuition fees for international students typically range between £15,900 - £19,300. The amount of tuition fee will vary depending on the type of programme and study level you choose. To help support your learning, there may be additional study related expenses that you will need to budget for, such as textbooks or field trips. Please visit the individual course pages for further information.

To help you fund the cost of your studies, we offer a range of instalment options and payment methods.


Early Payment Discount

For international students joining us in September 2024, we are offering a tuition fee discount to those who complete the Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) form and pay their tuition fees in full to the P站视频 before Monday 17 June.

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Visa Fees

Before travelling to the UK and beginning your studies you may need to obtain a visa. The cost of obtaining a visa can vary depending on the type of visa you are applying for, the visa duration, and the application service you use. You may also need to pay additional fees such as the immigration health surcharge as part of your visa application.

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Finding a Part-Time Job

Having a part-time job alongside your studies can be a great way to earn extra money. A part-time job can also help you to gain valuable work experience and to develop a range of essential skills. Whilst a part-time job can be helpful, you should not rely on the income you make to help fund the cost of your studies whilst in the UK. Visit our Careers and Employability website to find out more about finding a part time job and the help and support available.

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