Find out how much our courses cost and discover the different types of loans and bursaries available to you.

UK/EU or international fees? The level of fee that you will be asked to pay depends on whether you're classed as a UK, EU or international student.

Tuition fees

York's tuition fees for 2019/20 entry are £9,250 per year for UK/EU students (including Channel Islands and Isle of Man residents). This applies to all undergraduate courses, including the MBBS offered by the Hull York Medical School.

Further increases within the government fee cap will apply in subsequent academic years. We will notify you of any increase as soon as we can.

Other tuition fees:

  • Study year abroad: your fee will be 15% of the full-time fee for that year
  • Year in industry in the UK: your fee will be 20% of the full-time fee for that year
  • Year in industry abroad (Erasmus): your fee will be 15% of the full-time fee for that year
  • Year in industry abroad (non-Erasmus): your fee will be 20% of the full-time fee for that year

EU update​The government has confirmed that EU students starting in 2018/19 and 2019/20 will continue to pay UK fees for the duration of their studies, even if the course concludes after the UK's exit from the EU.​ EU students will also be eligible for financial support (gov.uk).

No upfront fees - tuition fee loans

If you're a first-time UK/EU student, you can apply online for a tuition fee loan (gov.uk) from the Student Loans Company to cover the cost of your tuition fees. Your fees will be paid directly to us.

We recommend you apply early, as the assessment of household income can take some time to complete. You don't need to wait for your exam results.

Applications will open in February 2019.

York scholarships and bursaries

We offer a variety of means-tested scholarships and bursaries.

Find a scholarship

Help with living costs

The UK government also provides a maintenance loan to help cover the cost of living expenses.

Repayments

Your tuition fee loan and any maintenance loan are added together to make one borrowed amount.

  • You don't start paying anything back until you have left university and you're earning over £25,000 per year.
  • You pay back 9% of everything you earn above the £25,000 threshold. For example, a person with an income of £27,000 will pay £180 a year, or £15 a month.

For more information visit: Student Finance England.

There are different processes if you're a student from Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands (Jersey, Guernsey) and Isle of Man. Contact the relevant education authority for more information.