Answered By: Wendy Fan
Last Updated: Jun 07, 2019     Views: 966

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 a Postgraduate Award programme you will have to pay 30 study points. This total is made up of 15 study points for each of the 2 modules.

Any re-sits will increase the amount of study points used and will therefore increase the costs 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 a Postgraduate Certificate programme you will have to pay 60 study points. This total is made up of 15 study points for each of the 4 modules.

Any re-sits will increase the amount of study points used and will therefore increase the costs 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 a Masters programmes you will have to pay for 180 study points. This total is made up of 120 study points for the 8 modules – 15 study points per module – and 60 study points for the dissertation.

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

IMPORTANT – Health programmes:

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.

Billing

Any re-sits will increase the amount of used study points and increase the costs of your programme. The standard cost of one module for PGA, PGCert and Masters programmes is 15 study points.

Billing for re-sits is the same whether you have a 1 instalment, 3 instalment, 36 instalment or modular payment plan: additional study points used will be billed in invoices of 15 study points (the standard cost of one module) after the standard 180 study points have been used.

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 a Doctoral programme you will have to pay 540 points study points. This total is made up of 270 study points for the 9 modules (30 study points each), 90 study points for the 9 Doctoral Development Plans and 180 study points for the thesis.

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

If you are unsure about a re-sit invoice, please contact Finance Support.

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