Tuition fees 2024-25

Tuition fees for new UK and home fee status postgraduate students starting in the academic year 2024-25.

Course Tuition fee
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, full-time, on campus Go to individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, on campus Go to individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, online £6,075 per year (£12,150 in total)
PGDip £7,921 in total
PGCHE £3,394 in total

Tuition fees for new Channel Islands and Isle of Man postgraduate students starting in the academic year 2024-25.

Course Tuition fee
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, full-time, on campus Go to individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, on campus Go to individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, online £6,075 per year (£12,150 in total)
PGDip £7,921 in total
PGCHE £3,394 in total

Tuition fees for new international postgraduate students starting in the academic year 2024-25.

EU students who hold settled or pre-settled status may qualify for Home fees.

Course Tuition fee
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, full-time, on campus Check the individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, on campus Check the individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, online £6,075 per year (£12,150 in total)
PGDip £7,921 in total
PGCHE £3,394 in total

Tuition fees 2023-24

Tuition fees for new UK and home fee status postgraduate students starting in the academic year 2023-24.

Course Tuition fee
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, full-time, on campus Go to individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, on campus Go to individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, online £6,075 per year (£12,150 in total)
PGDip £7,921 in total
PGCHE £3,394 in total

Tuition fees for new Channel Islands and Isle of Man postgraduate students starting in the academic year 2023-24.

Course Tuition fee
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, full-time, on campus Go to individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, on campus Go to individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, online £6,075 per year (£12,150 in total)
PGDip £7,921 in total
PGCHE £3,394 in total

Tuition fees for new international postgraduate students starting in the academic year 2023-24.

EU students who hold settled or pre-settled status may qualify for Home fees.

Course Tuition fee
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, full-time, on campus Check the individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, on campus Check the individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, online £6,075 per year (£12,150 in total)
PGDip £7,921 in total
PGCHE £3,394 in total

Tuition fees 2022-23

Tuition fees for new UK and home fee status postgraduate students starting in the academic year 2022-23.

Course Annual tuition fee
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, full-time, on campus Go to individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, on campus Go to individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, online £5,898 (£11,795 in total)
PGDip £7,865 in total
PGCHE £3,295

Tuition fees for new Channel Islands and Isle of Man postgraduate students starting in the academic year 2022-23.

Course Annual tuition fee
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, full-time, on campus Go to individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, on campus Go to individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, online £5,898 (£11,795 in total)
PGDip £7,865 in total
PGCHE £3,295

Tuition fees for new international postgraduate students starting in the academic year 2022-23.

EU students who hold settled or pre-settled status may qualify for Home fees.

Course Annual tuition fee
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, full-time, on campus Check the individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, on campus Check the individual course page
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, online £5,898 (£11,795 in total)
PGDip £7,865 in total
PGCHE £3,295

Tuition fees 2021-22

Tuition fees for new UK and home fee status postgraduate students starting in the academic year 2021-22.

Course Annual tuition fee
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, full-time, on campus £8,500 per year
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, on campus £4,250 per year
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, online £5,650 per year (£11,300 in total)
PGDip £7,600 in total

The tuition fees outlined above exclude the following courses: Architecture MArch, Launchpad (with MSc Entrepreneurship) and Prosthetic Effects MA. Please visit the relevant course page to see specific fee information.

Tuition fees for new Channel Islands and Isle of Man postgraduate students starting in the academic year 2021-22.

Course Annual tuition fee
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, full-time, on campus £16,000 per year
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, on campus £8,000 per year
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, online £5,650 per year (£11,300 in total)
PGDip £7,600 in total

The tuition fees outlined above exclude the following courses: Architecture MArchLaunchpad (with MSc Entrepreneurship) and Prosthetic Effects MA. Please visit the relevant course page to see specific fee information.

Tuition fees for new international postgraduate students starting in the academic year 2021-22.

EU students who hold settled or pre-settled status may qualify for Home fees.

Course Annual tuition fee
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, full-time, on campus £16,950 per year
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, on campus £8,475 per year
MA(Hons) / MSc(Hons) courses, part-time, online £5,650 per year (£11,300 in total)
PGDip £7,600 in total

Acceptance fee

The following acceptance fees are applicable for those individuals starting their course in 2024 (January or September): 

  • UK nationals not eligible for 'Home' fees: £250 
  • Non-visa nationals (including EU nationals without 'Settled' or 'Pre-settled' Status: £500 
  • Visa nationals: £2,500 
  • If you apply for an online master's course you'll need to pay a £250 acceptance fee. 
    • N.B. Some of our online master’s courses have a £350 acceptance fee for May 2024 enrolments. To find out which applies to you, check the course page.

50% of the first year of tuition fees will be requested pre-enrolment * (*If you are from any of the countries mentioned on this list).

When to pay your acceptance fee

The acceptance fee should be submitted with the acceptance of an offer of a place at the University. Once a student starts their studies, the acceptance fee is allocated as part of the first payment due for tuition fees.

Refunding acceptance fees

The acceptance fee will only be refunded in accordance with the below guidance. Additionally, if the acceptance of a study place is cancelled within 14 days of receipt of payment, or if visa nationals fail to secure a visa; we will require notification from the appropriate High Commission and may process a refund.

Guidance on Acceptance Fee refunds, in cases of applicant withdrawals:

Point of withdrawal in application process % returned to student
Prior to the receipt of financial documents or prior to issue of CAS if applying from a country where it’s not a requirement to provide financial evidence (countries as defined on the Government website list). 100%
After (at least some) documents received, but prior to CAS being issued 66%
After CAS issues but >30 days prior to start of course 33%
<30 days to the start of the course 0%

Please note: in instances where a course application is received within 30 days of the start of the course, then the final point listed above will stand, with 0% of the Acceptance Fee being refunded, irrespective of whether CAS has been processed.

Point of withdrawal in application process % returned to student
>30 days prior to the start of the course 100%
<30 days to the start of the course 0%

EU and EEA students

If you're from the EU/EEA and want to find out whether you qualify for 'home fee' or 'international fee' status, please read the full guidance on the UK Government's website. 

Go to Government's website

How to pay

You can pay tuition fees yourself or by tuition fee loan. Click the relevant sub-heading below to find out more details.

If you're a UK or home fees status postgraduate student you can pay in 3 equal instalments each year taken on the first day of each Study Block.

If you're an online student you'll also follow this payment schedule.

If you pay the international fee rate, then you'll pay in two instalments with 50% due on day 1 of Study Block 1 and the remaining 50% due on day 1 of Study Block 2.

Acceptance fees

If you're required to pay an acceptance fee, remember to deduct that amount from your first payment when paying direct.

You can pay the University directly using our online payment portal. Click the button to go to the portal now.

Go to direct payment portal

Students in receipt of a postgraduate master's loan can pay their tuition fees in three equal instalments, at the start of each study block.

How to apply and eligibility

Find out more about the UK Government student loan and eligibility by heading to our dedicated page.

Go to student loan page

Changes to tuition fees

Tuition fees are subject to annual change. The University may raise fees in each subsequent year of study (where applicable) and we will confirm any change to the annual tuition fee to you in writing prior to you starting each subsequent year of study.

Funding your studies

Students fund their studies in different ways. Find out more about funding your postgraduate degree here.

Explore Postgraduate Funding

Contact us

Prospective students

For any funding related queries, contact our Student Finance team:

E: student.finance@falmouth.ac.uk
T: +44(0)1326 255310

Current students

You can book a Microsoft Teams or on-campus appointment by using the Student Funding appointments system.

 

Current students with general concerns about their finances should contact the Students' Union Advice Service:


E: advice@thesu.org.uk
W: thesu.org.uk