1. What tuition fees will Plymouth University be charging?
Plymouth University is charging £9,000 a year for all undergraduate degree courses starting from September 2014. This will enable the University to continue to expand its investment in the highest quality teaching and learning opportunities for our students and the best possible facilities. Along with other universities in England, our tuition fee has to be approved by the national Office for Fair Access, and this was confirmed on 12 July 2011. The University of Plymouth Students’ Union, on behalf of our students, is supporting the University in setting its fee levels with an explicit expectation that we will sustain and further enhance the student experience and invest more in your future. (These fees are likely to rise with inflation in subsequent years).
The exception to this will be a fee of £7,500 per annum for the Management, Government and Law Foundation Year. This fee of £7,500 applies only to the foundation year and not subsequent degree years.