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Fees for 2021-22 

The programme fees are available on the University's postgraduate fees pages (please note that, for these programmes, the fees are the same for UK, EU and international students):

Postgraduate Certificate and Diploma in Health Economics for Health Care Professionals

MSc in Economic Evaluation for Health Technology Assessment

All successful applicants initially register (and are billed) for the Postgraduate Certificate. If they are successful in progressing to the Postgraduate Diploma, or the MSc, a further fee for each progression will become due, and this fee will be that which is applicable at the time of study. Invoices will be raised as the student commences their period of study.

Please note that, if we are able to resume residential workshops and/or closed examinations in 2021-22, the programme fees do not cover charges for accommodation and refreshments/meals at the workshops, charges for examinations taken outside the UK, or additional expenses (such as courier services) associated with examinations.

Discounted Fees

Discounted fees are available to applicants funded by public sector organisations and some self-funding applicants in developing countries (those classified by the World Bank as having low-income or lower-middle-income economies). This discounted fee is offered at the discretion of the Programme Leaders as part of the admissions process.

Deposit

Successful applicants will be asked to pay a deposit of £200.00, which will be deducted from the programme fees.

Payment of Fees

If your application is successful, you (or your sponsor) will be invoiced for your course fees once you have commenced the programme. The invoices are generated by the University's central finance offices, and are usually sent out in October or November. They will provide full details for making payment.

For further information on Fees and Funding please click here.