Postgraduate Fees and Funding

Fees are broken down as follows:

  • Tuition Fee: a payment made to the University to cover the cost of your education and membership.
  • Service Levies: the estimated minimum cost of living during your time at the University
These, along with any additional costs, make up the minimum financial commitment you will be required to demonstrate before you can be admitted to the University. A number of general opportunities exist to help you meet this commitment.

Important information
  • For most students, the Tuition Fee is fixed for the duration of the course and is applicable to the academic year of entry. However, students who intermit, or are removed from the register and then return to study, may be liable for higher fee rates when they return to their study.
  • Students whose programmes are longer than 12 months should ensure that they have available in advance adequate financial provision for the whole of the duration of their course (including any possible over-run), taking into account likely increases in maintenance and other expenses year-on-year, at least in line with inflation, and, where relevant, also taking into account fluctuations in currency exchange rates.
  • Non-payment of fees to NUST constitutes grounds for removal from the student register.
  • If it is considered that the financial undertaking form that you submitted to meet your offer conditions was made in bad faith, the College may recommend to the Academic Board that you be removed from the register of students, and you will be required to withdraw from your course.
  • You should not expect the University to provide funding to help to make up the deficit if your financial support breaks down.
  • The fees and maintenance requirement shown here or anywhere else on this site are the minimum costs you will be liable for.