The big question.
In 2020, our undergraduate tuition fees are £9,250 per year*, but double-check your course page because some courses vary slightly.
Industrial placements and years abroad are charged at £1,350.
Remember, you won't start paying your fees back until you've left University and earn more than £25,725 per year. In the meantime, you can apply for a maintenance loan to help cover your living costs.
Even better - we have scholarships, bursaries and discounts worth up to £2,000... and you won't even have to pay them back! Find out if you can get hold of one here.
If that wasn't enough, you'll be living in one of the UK's most affordable cities. Take a look and see how much you can save on those important essentials like gym membership and your daily caffeine fix.
* Subject to approval. This fee is subject to an increase in line with inflation. Maximum tuition fees are set by the government.
If you've applied for a tuition fee loan from Student Finance England - don't worry - you don't need to pay your fees yourself. Just bring your assessment letter from Student Finance England along to your enrolment and we'll sort the rest. Easy, right?
Arrangements are slightly different if you’re from Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Guernsey, Jersey or the Isle of Man.
If you're paying your tuition fees yourself, applicants can head to our Student Payments page.
Continuing students can pay online by visiting the MyHull.
If you're a former student with outstanding fees, use the Student Payments page.
You can pay using a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Electron, Solo or Maestro card. Find out more about our online payment terms and conditions here.
If you've applied for a tuition fee loan, don't worry - we'll sort it. Bring along the details when you enrol and we'll do the rest.
If you're paying your fees yourself and have UK bank account, you can set up a Direct Debit by visiting MyHull. We'll send you an advance notification with a payment schedule.
You'll pay for a full-time course in three instalments - 50% on enrolment and then 25% on 30 January 2020 and 30 April 2020.
For part-time courses, you have two options:
- Three instalments: 50% on enrolment and then 25% on 30 January 2020 and 30 April 2020
- Eight instalments: 12.5% on enrolment, followed by 12.5% each month until May.
If you’re thinking about withdrawing from your course, make sure that you have a chat with us first. Drop by the Central Hub or email SEO@hull.ac.uk and we'll do whatever we can to help.
If you do decide to leave - either temporarily or permanently - we’ll we calculate your fees, including any fee waivers and discounts, based on your leaving date.
If you leave in term one, you’ll pay 25% of your fees, 50% in term two and 100% in term three. If you decide to leave within 21 days of starting your course there'll be no fees charged.
Remember that you may still need to repay your tuition fee and maintenance loan as normal, unless you were overpaid. Student Finance England will stop any future payments, and send you a new student finance entitlement letter, based on the number of days you attended your course.
If you’ve been overpaid Childcare Grant in the 2019 to 2020 academic year they will not reduce your future payments, but contact you once you’ve finished or left your course to discuss affordable repayment options.
* reduced to 14 days for courses in the 2020/21 academic year.
Struggling to make ends meet? Or just want to budget better?
Our financial support team can give you expert advice to help you get back on your feet. If you need a financial boost, you may be eligible for our funds, grants or bursaries.
You'll need to provide written confirmation of sponsorship.
The letter should be:
- in English
- printed on letter headed paper
- addressed to the University of Hull
And you'll need to include:
- contact details for your sponsor (name, address, telephone number and email address)
- your name and address
- UCAS personal ID/applicant number/student enrolment number
- the sponsorship amount in pounds sterling (£) or the length of the sponsorship (for example, first year/full course).
If these requirements aren't met, or your sponsor doesn't meet the University's terms and conditions on payment of tuition fees, you'll be expected to pay your tuition fees.
Your sponsor will need to be a legitimate government or public body. We don't accept funding from family members (even if through a business) and you'll be classed as self-funding instead.
You'll be invited by email to complete online enrolment and you'll need to upload your sponsor letter/financial guarantee letter. It will be reviewed and if accepted, you will be able to complete online enrolment. You don't need to upload fee waivers letters received from the University.
If you have any questions, get in touch by emailing email@example.com or calling 01482 462222.