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Standard fees

With the exception of the programmes listed below, standard fees for international students in the 2017-18 academic year at the University of Greenwich are:

Fee
Undergraduate programmes £11,500
Postgraduate programmes £12,500

Exceptions

Faculty of Architecture, Computing & Humanities Fee
MSc Advanced Landscape and Urbanism £13,500
MSc Applicable Mathematics £13,500
MSc Architectural Design £13,500
MArch Architecture Part 2 £13,500
MSc Big Data and Business Intelligence £14,000
MSc Computational Finance £14,000
MSc Computer Forensics and Cyber Security £14,000
MSc Computer Science £14,000
MSc Computer Systems and Network Engineering £14,000
MSc Computing and Information Systems £14,000
MSc Construction Management and Economics £13,500
MSc Criminology and Criminal Psychology £13,500
MA Design for Cultural Industries £13,500
MA English: Literary London £13,500
MSc Enterprise Systems and Database Administration £14,000
MA/MSc Film Production £13,500
MSc Information Systems Management £14,000
LLM International and Commercial Law £13,500
MA International Maritime Policy £13,500
Dip Landscape Architecture £10,000
MA Landscape Architecture £13,500
MLA Landscape Architecture £13,500
PGCert Landscape Design £13,500
MSc Management of Business Information Technology £14,000
MA (by Research) Maritime Studies £13,500
MSc Network and Computer Systems Security £14,000
MSc Occupational Hygiene (Distance Learning) £9,250
MSc/PGDip Occupational Hygiene £13,500
MSc Project Management – International (Distance Learning) £13,500
MSc Project Management – International £13,500
MSc Real Estate (Distance Learning) £13,500
MSc Real Estate Development and Investment £13,500
MSc Safety, Health and Environment (Distance Learning) £9,250
MSc/PGDip Safety, Health and Environment £13,500
MA Second Language Learning and Teaching £13,500
MSc Software Engineering £14,000
MSc Sustainable Building Design and Engineering £13,500
MA Web Design and Content Planning £13,500
BSc (Hons) Occupational Safety, Health and the Environment (Distance Learning) £7,250
International Foundation Programmes* £7,750
Two-week English for Academic Purposes* £520
Five-week English for Academic Purposes* £1,450
Nine-week English for Academic Purposes* £2,425
Thirteen-week English for Academic Purposes* £3,100
Business School Fee
MSc Accounting and Finance £13,900
MSc Economics £12,750
MA International Events Management £12,750
MSc Finance and Investment £13,900
MSc Financial Management and Risk £13,900
MSc International Banking and Finance £13,900
MA International Business £13,250
MA Logistics and Supply Chain Management £12,750
All MBA programmes £14,900
MBA International Business (Top-up from MA International Business) £3,050
MSc Project Management for Logistics £12,750
MA Public Relations £12,750
MA Strategic Marketing £12,750
MA Strategic Marketing Communications £12,750
MA Transport Systems Management £12,750
MSc Financial Management (Dual Award)* £14,150
MA International Business (Dual Award)* £14,150
MA Strategic Marketing Communications (Dual Award)* £14,150
BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance (Year 3 entry) £12,500
BA (Hons) Business Logistics and Transport Management (Year 3 entry) £12,500
BA (Hons) Business Management (Year 3 entry) £12,500
BA (Hons) Business Studies (Year 3 entry) £12,500
BA (Hons) Business with Accounting (Year 3 entry) £12,500
BA (Hons) Business with Finance (Year 3 entry) £12,500
BA (Hons) Business with Human Resource Management (Year 3 entry) £12,500
BA (Hons) Business with Marketing (Year 3 entry) £12,500
BA (Hons) Economics and Banking (Year 3 entry) £12,500
BSc (Hons) Finance and Investment Banking (Year 3 entry) £12,500
Medway School of Pharmacy*
Fees are available on the Medway School of Pharmacy Tuition Fees web page
Masters by Research MPhil/PhD/EdD Fee
Full-time £12,500
Part-time £6,250

*Nationality Scholarship does not apply.

Require Documents: (For Admission)

1) All Education Documents (degrees/ certificates)
2) Experience Letters with portfolio.
3) SOP (Statement Of Purpose)
4) UKVI (if available)
5) Passport (min validity 6 months)
6) Updated CV

Visa Application

Point Based System:
Before we go to the steps of how to apply for the visa it is better to understand the process and policy of UKVI, the details Click here

The basic of financial requirement is that student have all the required amount in his/her bank account for at least 28 days at the time of applying for visa application.

Briefly to understand the Visa criteria please note that there is a point based system for getting a student visa for UK. Every student need to secure at least 40 points to get the successful result on the visa application.
These 40 points are divided between The CAS from the university/Institute and the financial requirement.

  • CAS — 30 Points
  • Funds — 10 Points

Financial requirement:

The basic of financial requirement is that student have all the required amount in his/her bank account for at least 28 days at the time of applying for visa application.
To understand Funds requirement (full guidance notes can be downloaded from this site Click here).

How Much Amount is required:

For example, If the tuition fee is £12,000 and student have made an initial deposit of say £2000 then the balance amount will be £10,000 plus student need to show an amount of equivalent of UK£9,200 (outside London) as living cost (as per UKVI Policy). So technically we are talking about an amount of UK£19200 (in any currency equivalent to British Pound Sterling). This amount should be remaining in the students Bank account for at least 28 days at the time they apply for the Visa.

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