Fees, Funding and Scholarships Fees, Funding and Scholarships

The fee for January 2017 entry is £19,500 for all students.

All travel and accommodation for field and study trips (including residential trips to the Czech Republic for the Executive MBA, and to London for the Full-Time MBA) are included in the course fee.  

There are several ways to pay for your tuition fees (all fees must be received by the University before the end of your course):

  • Payment in full (£19,500) at the start of your course

  • Interest-free payment by three equal instalments (payable in February, May and July 2017)

  • Interest-free payment by eight direct debits via a UK bank account (payable February to September 2017 inclusive)

  • Interest-free payment by monthly direct debit instalments.

For more information on these specific options, please contact the Student Finance Team: debtors@uea.ac.uk 


We offer a limited number of scholarships and bursaries to offer holders on the Full time and Executive Part time MBA, covering up to 50% of the course fees. Eligibility for these can be discussed with the course leaders.

Norfolk Network generously sponsor one scholarship for the Executive Part time  MBA, covering up to 50% of the course fees for an eligible Norfolk Network member.

To help with fees, you may also be interested in a number of other scholarships external to UEA, including Scholarships for International Students’.

Postgraduate Loans

The UK government launched a Postgraduate Loan scheme for UK residents planning to start a postgraduate master’s course from 1 August 2016. Eligible students can get a  Postgraduate Loan of up to £10,000 to help with course fees and living costs.

You will be required to repay your Postgraduate Loan and will be charged interest from the day you get the first payment.

To find out more about the Postgraduate Loan and check eligibility please visit their website

Professional and Career Development Loan

UK resident students applying for this course could be eligible for a Professional and Career Development Loan to help towards tuition fees and course costs. This is a government-backed scheme where no interest is paid on the loan during the period you study.

To find out whether you are eligible and whether this is the right type of finance for you or to apply visit the direct.gov website or call the National Careers Service on 0800 100 900. This is a bank loan, so you will have to pay it back once you have finished your course.

Salary Sacrifice Schemes

UK residents can also discuss a salary sacrifice arrangement with their employer. Full details can be found on the direct.gov website.

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