Incoming students are typically classified as 'exchange students' or as 'fee-paying students'.
Exchange students are responsible for all costs other than tuition. Depending on the visa you obtain, for immigration purposes some students must also have financial support to cover their entire period of study. For Erasmus+ students, please contact your home university regarding your Erasmus grant allowance.
Please note that Middlebury College, Roanoke College, and the University of Redlands have a special financial arrangement with UEA (see below).
Fee-paying students apply and enrol directly with UEA or through a Study Abroad provider. Depending on the agreement (if any) we hold with your home university or Study Abroad provider, you will be billed directly. If you're unsure about billing procedures, please speak to your home university or Study Abroad provider.
|Autumn Sep-Dec (12 weeks)||Spring Jan-Jun (22 weeks)||Academic Year Sep-Jun (38 weeks)|
|Tuition (non-EU) *||£8,550||£8,550||£17,100|
|Living Expenses (estimated)||£576||£1,056||£1,824|
* Email firstname.lastname@example.org to see if you are eligible for a discount.
What do the fees include?
Our listed fees include tuition, as well as registration and exams.
Accommodation costs, membership of clubs and societies, extra-curricular language tuition, use of the Sportspark, photocopying and printing are not included.
Some modules include a compulsory requirement for you to take part in a field trip - you're required to pay the entire cost of the field trip if this is the case.
Living expenses includes books and stationery, clothing and personal expenditure (such as recreation, social activities, UK travel, laundry, etc.). Excluded are meal costs, return travel to/from the UK and any additional medical or dental insurance and similar.
special arrangement for some partners
|Middlebury College||Tuition, accommodation, and meals paid by home institution|
|Roanoke College||Tuition, accommodation, and meals paid by home institution|
|University of Redlands||Tuition and accommodation paid by home institution|
UK Bank Accounts
Students who are here for more than six months will be able to open a UK bank account.
You will be able to obtain a letter from your LTS Hub to give to the bank, which confirms your student status at UEA.
You will need to have completed registration before you are able to receive this letter, so you will not be able to obtain this before you arrive.
US Federal Aid (FAFSA) is able to be used towards funding academic programmes outside the United States. Students should consult with the Financial Aid Office on their home campus to determine if a change of school code is necessary. UEA is able to certify loans, including Stafford Loans, Grad PLUS Loans and Parent PLUS Loans. If you need any assistance or have any questions regarding this process, contact us on email@example.com.
UEA FAFSA School code: G10 915