Here you will find information on tuition fees, loans and financial support, so you can work out how much it will cost to study at Southampton, and what help is available.
For 2013/14, the annual tuition fee for UK/EU students, for most courses, will be between £6,000 and £9,000 depending on your household income. Find out more about tuition fees for 2013/14
Students who have commenced their studies at the 2011 rate will remain on the same fee structure as they started on (albeit at the usual annual percentage increase)
Some Health Sciences courses are funded by the National Health Service. Find out more about NHS funded courses
If you are an international (non-UK/EU) student, your fees will be different. Find out more about international fees
You can pay your fees online in a few easy steps
We have a dedicated Financial Information and Assistance Service to help and advise you on your finances during your time with us
You will also find student finance information and support at www.susu.org/life
For independent, expert advice on student finance, see www.studentfinance2012.com.
Student Centredness Fund
With the introduction of variable tuition fees, we have set aside a fund to invest in continually improving the student experience. The purpose of this report is to give you, the students, an account of the investments we have made, how they are working to benefit you and the plans we have for the coming year.
- Tuition fees (full list including International, Channel Islands and all exceptions - 2012/13)
The full listing of 2013/14 fees will be published in spring 2013.
- The Government's student finance website - www.gov.uk/student-finance
- Fees and funding (International)
- Student living costs
- Part time jobs for students.