When deciding to join a university, we know that one of the first things you think about is your budget, the cost of tuition fees and how to fund your time at the university.

The 成人B站 wants to help our students as much as we can by keeping our tuition fees as low as possible and by giving you additional support through our scholarship schemes.

Tuition fees are reviewed annually and usually increase in line with inflation.

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成人B站 has partnered with Flywire to accept payments from international students worldwide.

Flywire allows you, your parents or sponsors to pay your student fees in the currency of your choice in a simple and secure way.

Flywire offers the following benefits: 

  • Convenient payment options from over 240 countries in more than 130 currencies
  • Choose from a variety of payment methods including bank transfers, credit cards, e-wallets and more
  • Avoid bank fees and extra charges
  • Be guaranteed the best exchange rate when making a payment using Flywire. If you find a better rate within two hours, Flywire will match it
  • Track your payment in real-time online and receive email and text alerts every step of the way including confirmation that we have securely received your payment
  • 24/7 multilingual support with any questions you have about making your payment from the Flywire team. You can give them a call, send an email or use live chat online

Paying via our Flywire online payment portal is the University’s accepted method of payment for international students. Please refer to your offer letter or official University communication to make payments using Flywire.

 

Refund Policies for International Students' Deposits

Please be aware that withdrawal from the University may have implications for your immigration status and the 成人B站 is legally obliged to inform UKVI that you are no longer a registered student for which you have been granted leave to enter or remain in the United Kingdom.

The deposit paid by international students of 50% of the tuition fee is non-refundable, however in exceptional circumstances we may consider a refund after deducting administrative costs of £500.

Requests for refunds, including supporting documentary evidence, should be made by email to creditcontrol@worc.ac.uk within 3 months of the deposit payment date. 

See the for more information.

 

Fees for the academic year 2024/25

Undergraduate students

The The 2024/25 Tuition Fees – Home and EU Undergraduate Students and 2024/25 Tuition Fees – (Non EU) International Students documents give a complete list of tuition fees for undergraduate students joining the University in the 2024/25 academic year.

Postgraduate students

The 2024/25 Tuition Fees – Home and EU Postgraduate and 2024/25 Tuition Fees –  (Non EU) International Students documents give a complete list of tuition fees for postgraduate students joining the University in the 2024/25 academic year.

Summary of fees, academic year 2024/25

Here are a few of our standard annual course fees that apply for International (non-EU) students joining the University in the 2024/25 academic year. Please note that some courses have non-standard fees, so please consult the document linked above and see individual course pages.

Course typeFee
Undergraduate   £16,200
 Masters degree  £17,400
 Pre-sessional 10-week course including accommodation  £6,280
 Pre-sessional 10-week course excluding accommodation  £4,310
 Pre-sessional 6-week course including accommodation      £3,780
 Pre-sessional 6-week course excluding accommodation      £2,610

 

EU students

Since August 2021 EU students studying in England have not been eligible for the home rate for course fees, or undergraduate, postgraduate and advanced learner financial support from Student Finance England. However, at the 成人B站 we have decided that EU students starting their studies in the academic years 2023/24 and 2024/25 will pay the same course fees as home students (with the exception of the Medicine MBChB and PGCE students who are in receipt of a DFE bursary).

Irish nationals, EU students who have , or EU, other EEA and Swiss nationals benefitting from Citizens’ Rights under the EU Withdrawal Agreement, EEA EFTA Separation Agreement or Swiss Citizens’ Rights Agreement respectively remain eligible for the home rate of course fees and support from Student Finance England.

Eligibility for home fees is subject to various criteria. For more information, and to confirm your eligibility, please contact our International team via international@worc.ac.uk

 

 

Scholarships, Bursaries & Discounts 

Students have to be studying full-time to be eligible for any of the scholarships and bursaries.  Only one scholarship or bursary can be redeemed by each student, with the exception of the early payment discount which can be added to any other amount.

The scholarships and bursaries do not apply to our graduate entry Medicine MBChB course, but students are still eligible for the early payment discount.

 

International (Non-EU) Merit Based Scholarship – Undergraduate 

Depending on your academic achievement you are automatically awarded a scholarship on full-time programmes, please see the table below for more information. 

CriteriaAmount (£)

• 144 UCAS points or equivalent 

• Direct entry with grades equivalent to 1st Class

£3,000 for each year of study with progression

• 128 UCAS points or equivalent 

• Direct entry with grades equivalent to 2:1

£2,000 for each year of study with progression

• 112 UCAS points or equivalent 

• Direct entry with grades equivalent to 2:2

£1,000 for each year of study with progression

 

International (Non-EU) Merit Based Scholarship – Postgraduate 

Depending on your academic achievement you are automatically awarded a scholarship on full-time programmes, please see the table below for more information. 

CriteriaAmount (£)

UK 1st class honours 2:1, or equivalent

£3,000 for each year of study with progression (up to 4 years for postgraduate research programme)
UK 2:2 or equivalent £2,000 for each year of study with progression (up to 4 years for postgraduate research programme)

 

 

Undergraduate Academic Achievement Scholarship

The University awards scholarships of £1,000 to eligible undergraduate students in their second and third year of a degree course at the University. Students do not apply for these scholarships as they are awarded to eligible students who achieve 120 credits at Grade A- or higher during the 22/23 academic year.

Sports Scholarship

If you have an outstanding record of achievement in a particular sport and want to combine this talent with study at a university with a proven reputation, then you may be eligible for a sports scholarship at Worcester. Our sports scholarships and bursaries represent a very special partnership with some of the region’s top sports teams, including Worcestershire County Cricket Club (WCCC), Worcester Hockey Club and Worcester Wolves Basketball Club. 

 Visit the for more details. 

Alumni Loyalty Bursary

成人B站 EU and non-EU graduates who have successfully completed a BA, BSc or LLB award and then move on to a full-time Masters, or Masters students who progress to a full-time MPhil or PhD course, will receive a 20% reduction in their tuition fees if they apply without the help of an agent. 

Family/Sibling Bursary

Family/Sibling bursary is available to the sibling, spouse or child of someone who is either currently studying on, or has graduated from, a full-time course at the 成人B站. The eligible applicants will receive a 15% discount on their tuition fees if they apply without the help of an agent. 

Study Abroad Scholarship

A 15% study abroad scholarship is available to International (non-EU) students from a partner University studying an undergraduate full-time course for one year or one semester. 

Early Payment Discount

 A £500 early payment discount is available to International (non-EU) students who pay full tuition fees to the University by 30th September (for September starters) or 31stJanuary (for January starters). 

 

Additional information for American students

Download our booklet explaining what financial aid is available for American students.