A smart and affordable investment in your future
Studying for a postgraduate degree is an investment in your future - worth an extra £200,000 in lifetime earnings compared to graduates.
The knowledge, skills and experience you gain will help you stand out in the highly competitive graduate jobs market, launching you on your career path or taking your existing career in a new direction.
We appreciate that finance is likely to be one of your key considerations in choosing to study for a postgraduate qualification.
It's only natural to wonder how you will pay your tuition fees, living expenses and other costs associated with studying at university.
Tuition fees vary from course to course, so to find out what tuition fees you will be charged you need to look at the relevant course page for the course you're interested in.
Full-time courses are generally charged by the year, and there is a separate charging structure for international students.
You may want to read our tuition fees policy and fee status assessment for more information.
For further information and advice please contact our Applicant Enquiries team :
Phone: +44 (0)20 8223 3333 (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm)
UEL funding and scholarships
At the University of East London, we offer a generous package of scholarships, bursaries and discounts to help you offset some of the costs. The funding is available for our home (UK) students, and you may be eligible to apply.
Alternatively, you could be eligible for the postgraduate loan from Student Finance England.
We also offer an alumni discount for those who studied an undergraduate course with us. If you progress directly with no gap year, you may receive a discount of up to 25 per cent; alternatively, you will receive a 10 per cent discount.
There are various government funding schemes which you may be eligible to apply for.
Various external organisations and research councils offer funding to support postgraduate students in their studies.
Fees and Funding Advice and Guidance
Our Student Money Advice and Rights Team (SMART) is on hand to help you with any questions you may have before and during your time as a student here.Get advice and guidance from SMART
Additional Study-Related Costs
Students on some programmes will need to pay for study-related materials and activities such as field trips, art supplies, safety equipment and clothing, laboratory supplies, etc. The costs may vary depending on your module choices.
You can find information on the typical costs of individual courses on our course pages.