Undergraduate tuition fees for UK students
2023 and 2024 Entry
Tuition fees for home students commencing their studies in September 2023 and September 2024 will be £9,250 per annum and will be fixed for the duration of the course.
The UK government has confirmed that EU students starting their course after 2020 will no longer pay the home rate of fee. Further information on the fee level for EU students starting their course after 2020 can be found on our international fees webpages.
For further information about postgraduate and international fees please visit the relevant tuition fees page.
Placement/Sandwich year fees
Please note that the academic year listed relates to your year of entry and not the year you take the placement.
For students commencing their studies from 2017 onwards, a discounted fee of 20% of the normal tuition fee (either at Home/EU or at International level) is payable to Keele University for this year. The discounted fee only applies to situations where the full year is spent on placement. Where only a part of the year is spent on placement the full tuition fee is payable to the Keele University as normal.
How much can I borrow?
If you are a UK undergraduate student you should be eligible to receive a tuition fee loan up to the value of your tuition fees. You should check whether you are eligible (external link to direct.gov.uk).
If you are applying for a NHS funded course please see student funding for further information.
How do I pay?
Please see the Income Office for information on how to pay.
If you pay your own tuition fees and do not take out a loan you can pay in two instalments, in October and in January each year.
Need further help?
If you are having difficulty paying your tuition fees you can speak to someone in the university's Income Office, or you can come and see us in the Student Services Centre for information and advice.