International financial information

INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION

International tuition fees

Tuition Fees for international students will be determined in light of the following criteria:

  • Cost of provision
  • Market testing against a set of benchmark competitor Higher Education providers
  • Regional and national skills priorities
  • Consideration of bursaries, scholarships, fee waivers and any other discounts as part of the overall fee structure

International student fees 2019/20*

The tuition fees shown are for a single year of study for new international students in 2019/20.

Undergraduate fees

The full-time undergraduate fee for new international students in 2019/19 will be £13,300 per annum (per year). 

Postgraduate fees

The full-time PGCE fee in 2018/19 will be £13,300. Individual course fees can be found on the course pages.

Part-time study

Part-time students will pay half of the full-time fee in Year 1 and half of the full-time in Year 2.

Taught Doctorates

EdD - Only the full-time route is available for International Students. Full-time fees International students is £13,300 per annum. Total cost for the programme is £39,900.

Research Doctorates

MPhil and PhD programmes

Some students will take the Preparation for Research module, which has a fee of £500. Thereafter, fees are chargeable for a maximum of three years for full-time and six years for part-time followed by an "until completion fee" (equivalent to £100 per month). The fee will be charged annually at the start of each writing-up year.

 EU & CINon-EU
MPhil/PhD - Full time max 3 years £4,200  £13,300 
MPhil/PhD - Part time max 3 years £2,100  £6,650 
Preparation for Research £500  £500 

PhD by Works in the Public Domain (one year part time) and Prof Doc by Contribution to Practice (two year part time) are both charged at the standard part time research MPhil/PhD rate for both home/EU and Non-EU students.  In addition, the reading fee for these courses is £500 and is non-refundable.

*2019 fees are still subject to approval from the University of Winchester Board of Governors.

Fee status

To be eligible for Home (UK/EU) fees you must normally be a national of an EU country and have been ordinarily resident during the three years immediately preceding the start of your programme (but not for educational purposes). Alternatively, you must have permanent residency rights in the UK and have been ordinarily resident in the below countries during the same period. In both instances, absences in connection with temporary employment are permitted.

  • UK
  • Channel Islands
  • Isle of Man

Students who are a resident of the following areas solely for the purposes of full-time educational purposes are ineligible to pay fees at the UK/EU rate.

  • EEA or the UK
  • Channel Islands
  • Isle of Man

Contact us

If you are in doubt as to your fee status, you should contact us using the details below to request a Fee Assessment Form:

Course Enquiries and Applications
University of Winchester
Winchester
Hampshire
United Kingdom
SO22 4NR

Tel: +44 (0) 1962 827234
Fax: +44 (0) 1962 827288
Email: course.enquiries@winchester.ac.uk 

 

Making a payment

All international students must pay a Tuition Fee deposit to the University before arrival to enrol on their course. A Fee Deposit Information Sheet will be sent to students detailing the amount of the deposit.

Students will not be issued a CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies) until this deposit has been received.

Please see our Fee Deposit Information Sheet and our Tuition Fee Deposit Refund Policy for 2018/19 on our policies and procedures section.

For students funded by Lånekassen, please read our payment terms

How do I pay the Fee Deposit?

There are two options:

1. Online payment

This can be accessed by selecting the link below:

Make an online payment

2. Electronic transfer in GBP directly to the University's bank account:

National Westminster Bank Winchester

Sort Code: 55-81-26

Account Number: 00343048

IBAN No.: GB17NWBK55812600343048

Swift Code: NWBKGB2L

Payee: University of Winchester

Please ensure that you quote your student number and name as a reference for your payment.

How do I pay the balance of my Tuition Fee?

Undergraduate Students:

Semester 1 start:

Payment can be made:

  • in full by or at enrolment or,
  • In two equal instalments by Recurring Card Payment via our online payment portal, due on 1 December 2018 and 1 February 2019.

Semester 2 start:

Tuition fees as due in full by or at enrolment, no instalment options are available

For fees paid in full the University will accept the following forms of payment:

  • Most major credit or debit cards (NOT American Express) via our online payment portal
  • A Sterling bank transfer

Make a payment online

Postgraduate Students:

For postgraduate students commencing studies in Semester 1:

  • In full at (re)enrolment
  • In two equal instalments by RCP. Payments will be taken on 18 January 2019 and 10 May 2019
  • In five equal instalments by RCP. Payments will be taken on the 1st of each month - 1st December 2018 to 1st April 2019 inclusive

For postgraduate students commencing studies in Semester 2:

  • In full at (re)enrolment
  • In two equal instalments by RCP. Payments will be taken on 10 May 2019 and 1 October 2019
  • In five equal instalments by RCP. Payments will be taken on the 1st of each month - 1st April 2019 to 1st August 2019 inclusive

For research students commencing studies in April:

  • In full at (re)enrolment
  • In two equal instalments by RCP. Payments will be taken on 1 May 2019 and 11 October 2019
  • In five equal instalments by RCP. Payments will be taken on the 1st of each month - 1st June 2019 to 1st October 2019 inclusive

Please note: failure to pay by the due date will result in an administrative charge of £50.

Make a payment online

Scholarships, bursaries and awards

For information on the bursaries and scholarships available, see our Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards section.

Terms and conditions

It is important that fees are paid on time. If all or a proportion of fees or charges remain unpaid after the due date relevant to your chosen method of payment, charges and/or sanctions may be imposed which could affect your studies.

If you withdraw from your course or interrupt your studies, in certain instances a refund of fees may be due.

Tuition Costs

For International Students will be determined in light of the following criteria:

  • Cost of provision
  • Market testing against a set of benchmark competitor HE providers
  • Alignment to the Strategic Plan
  • The need to stimulate additional demand where required
  • Regional and National skills priorities
  • Consideration of bursaries, scholarships, fee waivers and any other discounts as part of the overall fee structure

Non-payment of fees

If you are unable to pay fees on the due date, it is imperative that you contact the Finance Office as soon as possible. It is usually possible to arrange a payment plan and this will avoid the University taking further action against you to recover what you owe.

The Finance Office is located on the first floor of the Main Building and is open from 10.00 to 15.00 Monday to Friday. If you wish to discuss payment, please contact the Income Team on +44 (0)1962 827265.

The University will impose a £50 administration fee for failure to pay within 7 days of the payment due date or return of an unpaid cheque. Please refer to the Regulations for the Payment of University Fees document and the University's Debt Management Policy for further details. Both documents can be found here.

Tuition Fee deposit refund policy for international students

Tuition Fee deposits will be refunded if a student is unsuccessful with their visa application and can produce a valid, official visa refusal letter.

Please refer to the Refund of Tuition Fee Deposits for International Students document here for further details

In certain cases where a student withdraws from a course or interrupts study, a refund of fees may be due. Please refer to the Terms and Conditions for the Payment of University Fees in our policies and procedures section. If a student wishes to withdraw or interrupt then it is their responsibility to contact Registry and complete the relevant paperwork.