Tuition Fees

Follow the menu links for full details of our fees for 2014-15:

A new tuition fees structure for undergraduate students was introduced in September 2012. If you are unsure whether this applies to you, ask yourself the question: "Did I commence my studies before September 2012 and have I been in continuous study since?" If the answer is "No", then you'll probably qualify for the new fee structure and associated support. If the answer is "Yes", you'll probably remain under the old fee structure. This statement only serves as a brief summary of who will be affected by the change in fees, and of course there might always be some exceptions.

Payment methods

To make a tuition fees payment, please use one of the following methods:

  • Online payments can be made at: paymentportal.falmouth.ac.uk
  • Cheques should be made payable to Falmouth University and posted to The Finance Office, Falmouth University, Woodlane, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 4RH, UK
  • Credit/debit card payments can be made by telephone on 01326 213778 or 01326 253790, between 9.00am and 4.45pm GMT, Monday to Friday
  • In person at the Finance Office between 9.00am and 2.00pm (3.00pm Wednesdays) Monday to Friday
  • Directly into the University bank account - please email student.fees@falmouth.ac.uk for further details

Contact us

For advice and information about tuition fees, please contact the Finance Office:

Tel: 01326 213778
Email: student.fees@falmouth.ac.uk

For details on financial support, please contact the Bursary team:

Tel: 01326 213744
Email: bursaries@falmouth.ac.uk

If you are a current student and have concerns about your finances, please contact the FXU Advice Service:

Email: advice@fxu.org.uk
Web: fxu.org.uk

Useful contacts

Student Loan Company

Information about student loans:

Tel: 0800 405010
Web: slc.co.uk

GOV.UK

Information and useful links on student finance, loans and universities:

Web: gov.co.uk

UCAS

Student finance information on the UCAS website:

Web: ucas.ac.uk

Money Saving Expert

Independent view of what it costs and what the new student finance arrangements mean for you:

Web: moneysavingexpert.com/students

Newspapers

Many national newspapers have education sections that can contain useful and unbiased advice or information. The Guardian website is particularly useful:

Web: guardian.co.uk