Answered By: Wendy Fan
Last Updated: Sep 16, 2019     Views: 531

1. Find out how many study points/credits you need for your programme.

2. Check your study points (used and invoiced) in the Student Finance Portal.

 

Step 1: Find out the total number of study credits and study points for your programme:

 

For Postgraduate Award students:

All invoices for tuition fees are based on study points; one study point pays for taking one credit point of study. For Postgraduate Award programmes you will have to pay a total of 30 study points divided between 2 modules.

Any re-sits will increase the amount of used study points and increase the cost of your programme.

 

For Postgraduate Certificate students:

All invoices for tuition fees are based on study points; one study point pays for taking one credit point of study. For Postgraduate Certificate programmes you will have to pay a total of 60 points study points divided between 4 modules of 15 study points each.

Any re-sits will increase the amount of used study points and increase the cost of your programme.

 

For Masters students:

All invoices for tuition fees are based on study points; one study point pays for taking one credit point of study. For Masters programmes you will have to pay a total of 180 points study points divided between 8 modules (120 study points or 15 study points each) and 1 dissertation of 60 study points.

IMPORTANT:

Please note that for Health programmes the value of each module will vary between 10 and 20 study points. Please check the Programme Information page here for more information.

All Masters students should note: any re-sits will increase the amount of used study points and increase the cost of your programme.

 

For Doctoral students:

All invoices for tuition fees are based on study points; one study point pays for taking one credit point of study. For Doctoral programmes you will have to pay a total of 540 points study points divided between 9 modules (270 study points or 30 study points each), 9 Doctoral Development Plans (90 study points) and 1 thesis (180 study points).

Any re-sits will increase in the amount of used study points and increase the cost of your programme.

 

Step 2: To see your current count of used and invoiced study points, check the Study Points section, in the landing page of your Student Financial Portal here. (1)

 

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