Fees and funding
The University of Manchester will charge a headline fee of £9,000 per year to home/EU undergraduates from September 2013.
This fee will enable the University to maintain the quality of a Manchester degree, invest in the wider student experience and offer a range of bursaries and discounts for students from less well-off backgrounds.
For home students there are no costs at the point of entry and tuition fee loans are available to cover the cost of the fee. Graduates will only start to repay tuition fee loans once they are earning over £21,000 per year.
For detailed information designed to help you understand the financial side of undergraduate study by explaining what you will have to pay and what support is available both from the government and from The University of Manchester please see the Student finance page.
Fees for students who intend to commence their studies in 2013 will be £17,000 per annum.
Studying in the UK can be great value for money. UK degree courses are generally shorter than in the US and Australia because they are more intensive.
Tuition fees cover the cost of your study at the University and include charges for registration, tuition, supervision, examinations and graduation. Payment of fees will also entitle you to membership of the Library, the Students' Union and the Athletic Union.
To provide you with certainty in your financial planning, the University has fixed tuition fees for new international students for the duration of their course.
Any offer of a place at the University is made on the understanding that you have sufficient funds to cover your tuition fees and living expenses for the entire duration of your period of study.
If you are unsure whether you will be classified as a Home/EU or International student for fee purposes please see the Assessment page for further guidance.
As well as student loans to cover fees and maintenance, students may also be awarded a scholarship to support you through your studies.
University Specific Scholarships:
The following scholarships are open to students studying in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at The University of Manchester. You will be given guidance on the application process once you begin the course. Click on each award for further information.
- BP (All students)
- International Excellence Scholarship (International students)
- National Instruments (All students)
- Power Academy (UK/EU students)
- Procter and Gamble (UK/EU students)
- Sir William Mather Engineering Entrance Scholarships (UK/EU students)
- UK Electronics Skills Foundation (UKESF) (UK/EU students)
These are Scholarships open to students studying engineering. Click on each award for further information and details on how to apply.
- Whitworth Scholarship Awards for Young Engineers (UK residents)
- Lady Finniston Awards (UK residents)
- The IET Scholarships(Home/EU and International)