University of Bradford Tuition Fees
Frequently asked questions
What is an undergraduate student?
A student who is applying for or studying a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Engineering or an undergraduate Master programme.
What is a sandwich course?
A sandwich fee is charged to students who are on a thick sandwich course undertaking a placement year away from the University.
Students who are on a thin sandwich course where there are two separate placements away from the University which together amount to a full year are charged the sandwich course fee on their second placement.
What is a postgraduate student?
A student who has completed their first degree and is applying for or studying for a Master of Arts, Master of Science or Master of Research.
What is a research student?
A research student is a student studying for an MPhil, PhD, Master's by Research or Professional Doctorate programme.
What is an extramural research student?
Extramural study is where students are based externally to the University of Bradford.
Extramural registration entitles a student to one month at the University of Bradford and eleven months external to the University.
What is a professional doctorate?
Professional doctorates are doctorates which are completed by those in a profession such as Management or Pharmacy.
These doctorates are to help with professional development and may contain a taught element alongside the production of a theses.
What is a Home student?
A student who meets all the fee assessment criteria set out by the Government to be considered as a Home fee paying student.
What is an international student?
A student who does not meet the fee assessment criteria set out by the Government to be considered as a home fee paying student.
If you think you should be considered as a Home fee paying student then please complete our fee assessment form.