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Fees and payment

Tuition fees

Undergraduate pathways

Undergraduate Foundation Programme - 3 term Tuition fees
Business and Social Sciences£15,200
Engineering and Sciences£17,100
International Year One BBA - 3 term Tuition fees
Business Administration (BBA) £15,000

Undergraduate pathways

International Year Two Civil Engineering - 3 term Tuition fees
Civil Engineering£18,000
English Language Preparation Course Tuition fees
English Language Preparation Online for Undergraduate Foundation£3,500
English Language Preparation Online​ for International Year One / Two​6 weeks – £2,100​​
10 weeks – £3,500​​
16 weeks – £5,600

Postgraduate pathways

ProgrammeTuition fees
Pre-Masters Programme - 2 term 
Business and Social Sciences£11,650
Engineering and Sciences £11,900
Accelerated Pre-Masters Programme 
12 weeks£9,500
Online Accelerated Pre-Masters ProgrammeTuition fees
1 semester£9,000
2 semesters£11,500
3 semesters£12,500
English Language Preparation Courses Tuition fees
English Language Preparation Online for Pre-Masters6 weeks – £2,100​​
10 weeks – £3,500​​
16 weeks – £5,600
Prepare for SuccessFree

Supplement costs

Item Price
StudyCare Insurance (12 month cover)£416 (£8.00 per week)
StudyCare Insurance Plus (24 month cover)£650 (£6.25 per week)
Accommodation feesVisit the accommodation page
Immigration Health SurchargePlease visit the Gov.uk pages to read more about how much you need to pay
Airport transfer**
One-way transfer from Glasgow International Airport£40
One-way transfer from Edinburgh Airport£125

**Guide prices only and are subject to change

Confirmation payment

Once you have received an offer of a place at the International Study Centre, to secure your place you will need to return a signed acceptance form and a confirmation payment. The confirmation payment consists of:

  • £260 Enrolment Fee (non-refundable)
  • £1,000 Deposit
  • Insurance payment for StudyCare if applicable

On receipt of your signed acceptance form and the confirmation payment, we will send you your confirmation pack and your Student Statement document. Prior to enrolment (and before you apply for your Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies (‘CAS’)) you will also need to pay in advance tuition fees as set out in the offer letter. 

No later than 28 days prior to your programme start date, and before arrival at the Centre, you will be required to pay the balance of the tuition fees along with the accommodation fees (if applicable) as set out on your individualised payment plan on your offer letter.

Making a payment

Once you have received an offer of a place at the International Study Centre, you are required to pay your confirmation payment as per above. The deposit is held to cover damages and any other incidental expenses. Any monies left at the end of your course will be returned to you.

When are your fees due?

After arriving at the centre the balance of your tuition fees for any remaining terms can be paid 28 days before the start date of the second academic term, or in full in advance.

For full information about fees and refunds read our Terms and Conditions.

Insurance

All international students studying on campus should have the protection of appropriate accident and medical insurance for the duration of their time in the UK. The consequences of being uninsured can be extremely difficult and expensive.

You can take out our own StudyCare Insurance Plus policy or alternative cover with a third party. The StudyCare Insurance Plus policy covers loss of personal possessions as well as providing health and medical insurance. It is specifically designed for international students’ needs during your studies at the International Study Centre and, if required, after progressing to your university. Insurance cover is offered for flexible terms of up to 12 and up to 24 months, allowing you to choose a policy duration that fits your needs.

Guardianship

From September 1st 2019, all students under the age of 18 at the start of their course will receive our guardianship service free of charge. A guardian will support you during your time in the UK until you turn 18. More information will be provided after you apply.