University of Liverpool: Tuition fees

Liverpool is among the ten most cost effective student cities in the UK.‌ In this section, you can find out about the financial aspects of being an international student at the University of Liverpool.

Tuition Fees at the university of Liverpool

The University of Liverpool offers a fixed fee guarantee for all full-time undergraduate and postgraduate students from outside the European Union (EU) (except those studying Medicine or Dentistry). This means that your tuition fees will not increase during your studies enabling you to plan your finances effectively. 

Tuition fees for Undergraduate programmes (PER YEAR) 

•Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology         £13,850 

•Architecture              £15,700

•Chemistry           £17,350 

•Combined Honours BA              * £13,850 

•Combined Honours BSc            * £17,350 

•Communication and Media         £13,850 

•Computer Science            £17,350

•Dentistry BDS             £30,850

•Earth Sciences               £17,350

•Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering £17,350 •English £13,850 

•Geography BA            £13,850 

•Geography BSc      £17,350 

•Health Sciences            £17,350 

•History              £13,850

•Honours Select (excluding Architecture)              £13,850 

•Irish Studies          £13,850

•Law LLB            £13,850

•Life Sciences            £17,350

•Management School           £13,850

•Mathematical Sciences               £13,850 

•Medicine                £30,850 

•Modern Languages and Cultures          £13,850

•Music               £13,850

•Philosophy              £13,850

•Physics                £17,350 

•Planning                £13,850

•Politics             £13,850 

•Psychology                 £17,350

•Sociology and Social Policy                £13,850

•Veterinary Science BVSc                £30,850

Tuition fees for Postgraduate programmes (PER YEAR) 

Faculty of Health and Life Sciences 

•School of Health Sciences MSc Advanced Practice in Healthcare      £16,700
 •School of Life Sciences MSc Advanced Biological Science           £16,700
 •School of Medicine Master of Public Health            £16,300

Master of Public Health (London)            £18,150 MSc

Medical Education              £16,700

•School of Psychology MSc Investigative & Forensic Psychology         £16,350

MSc Res Methods in Psychology             £16,350

•School of Dentistry Endodontics and Orthodontics TBC

 •School of Veterinary Science

~Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Architecture MSc Transdisciplinary Design (London)           £18,400

MA Architecture             £12,750

MSc Digital Integrated Design         £12,750

MSc Sustainable Environmental Design in Architecture (SEDA)            £12,750

MSc Architecture (London)              £17,800

MSc Building Information Modelling             £12,750

•MArch Master of Architecture Communication and Media            £13,000

English          £13,000

Music           £13,000

Philosophy          £13,000

History           £12,750

Masters of Archives and Records Management (MARM)              £15,000

Institute of Irish Studies              £12,750

Politics               £12,750

Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology               £12,750

Law            £13,850

Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology            £13,000

Management School MSc Accounting (London)             £20,000

MSc Business Law and Economics (London)             £20,000

The Liverpool MBA            £21,500

MSc Finance and Investment Management (London)               £20,000

MBA Football Industries                   £21,500

MBA Thoroughbred Horse racing Industries               £21,500

MSc Finance                £18,000

MSc Financial Risk Management                  £18,000

MSc Big Data Management                £16,500

MSc Operations & Supply Chain Management            £18,000

MSc Digital Business Enterprise Management£                  16,500

MSc Programme and Project Management                 £16,500

MSc Management                      £18,000    

MSc Management and Entrepreneurship                £16,500

MSc Economics                  £16,500

MSc Human Resource Management                   £16,650

MSc Marketing                      £16,500

MSc International Business                  £16,500

MSc Entrepreneurship                       £16,500

Diploma of Professional Studies – Accounting and Finance (London)TBC

~Faculty of Science and Engineering

Computer Science          £16,850

Electrical Engineering and Electronics           £16,850

Chemistry             £18,300

~Mathematical Sciences

MSc Financial Mathematics              £17,950

MSc Mathematical Sciences               £13,950

Physics                 £18,300

School of Engineering All programmes (except Risk and Uncertainty)       £16,850

MSc Risk and Uncertainty             £13,950

~School of Environmental Sciences

MA Contemporary Human Geography (Research Methods)            £13,950

MSc Environment & Climate Change                £17,500

MSc Environmental Sciences                    £17,500

MSc Geographic Data Science                   £13,950

MSc Population and Health            £13,950

MSc Petroleum Reservoir Geoscience                   £23,050

MSc Sea Level: From Coast to Global Ocean             £17,500

MSc Environmental Assessment and Management              £13,950

MA in Town & Regional Planning                £13,950

MCD Town and Regional Planning                         £13,950

MSc Conservation & Resource Management             £17,500

MSc Urban Regeneration and Management                  £13,950

MSc Urban Design and Property Development (London)                    £18,400

MSc Urban Planning (London)                        £18,400

School of Physical Sciences MSc Financial and Actuarial Mathematics (London)         £18,750

Note: (* £1,800 for year 2 placement)  

Cost of Living in Liverpool

Liverpool is one of the most cost effective student cities in the UK and with the competitive tuition fees, scholarship package and comparatively low cost of living, They offer an affordable student experience at a high quality, world renowned institution. They estimate that you will need between £6,000 and £8,000 per year for your daily living expenses including accommodation, food and local travel.

Of course your actual living costs will vary according to your lifestyle, it is important to budget your money carefully. The below table gives you some examples that demonstrate current living costs per month.

Expense                                               –               Price range

Accommodation                                                        £330 – £540

Travel (bus/trains/taxis)                                               £0 – £80

Food                                                                           £50 – £200

Mobile phone                                                                 £5 – £30

Leisure/entertainment                                                    £30 – £100

Study costs (books, photocopying)                                   £10 – £20

Laundry                                                                             £0 – £20

Household bills                                                                 £0 – £70

Gym membership                                                             £15 – £30

Total                                                     =                         £440 – £1090

 

Calling Home

You will probably want to keep in regular contact with family and friends back home. There are lots of options to make cheap calls from either a landline (in your accommodation) or from a mobile (cell) phone. However, international phone calls can be very expensive so ensure you compare the best deals from different networks to find the one that best meets your needs.

Popular networks in the UK include;

O2, Vodafone, EE and Virgin.

You should also check call rates offered by networks such as Nomi, Lyca and Lebara who specialise in international calls.

Accommodation Breakdown

International students: Living in the University’s accommodation is a good idea if you are going to study there as an international student. The residences are friendly places to live, offer excellent accommodation and will make it easier for you to settle in to studying in the UK. The University’s international support team runs a welcome programme each year which covers all the basics of living in the UK. This includes talks on UK life, campus tours and help with tasks such as opening a bank account or registering with a doctor, as well as social events. University room rents cover your private study bedroom, utility bills, insurance for your belongings, broadband and use of communal areas.

First year student accommodation Make the right start.  The students go there to study but there is a lot more to University life. The best way to discover and enjoy it is to start off in the residences. If you are a new undergraduate student, they guarantee to find you a place in University accommodation

if:

*.You have chosen the University of Liverpool as your 1st “Firm” choice & you have accepted an Unconditional Firm offer (UF) or a Conditional Firm offer (CF)

and

*.You apply for your accommodation no later than 31st July.

We recommend that you apply as soon as you receive your invitation email from the accommodation office. They are usually able to offer either University or University approved accommodation to the majority of students who have placed the University of Liverpool as their Insurance choice (CI) or students who come to the University through Clearing although they cannot guarantee your accommodation. They prioritise the allocation of rooms to students on the following basis:

*.Students who accept an unconditional “Firm” offer and are not result dependant (UF)

*.Students who put University of Liverpool as their “Firm” (1st) choice who will receive their examination results in August (CF)

*.Students who have University of Liverpool as their “Insurance” (2nd) choice (CI)

*.Students who come to the University through “Clearing”

*Please ensure that you complete your application for accommodation as soon as possible because the date you apply is also taken into consideration*

Postgraduate Accommodation: Campus accommodation for postgraduate students. They guarantee first year international postgraduate students University’s accommodation on campus provided they apply no later than July 31st. Generally they can also accommodate first year home and EU postgraduate students. Postgraduate accommodation is offered on a self-catering basis with single-occupancy private rooms (some en suite). If you rent a room you will be sharing facilities i.e. Kitchens with other residents. Find out about joining the Residential Advisor Team as it’s a great way to enhance your experience and studies whilst reducing your living costs.

Please kindly visit the university’s webpage for how to apply for accommodation and other information. Send mails to University of Liverpool support team via pgrecruitment@liverpool.ac.uk

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