Tuition fees (2017/18 entry)
£4,030* per year for full-time students from Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland and EU countries (excluding England, Scotland and Wales) for undergraduate degrees, integrated master's and equivalent. £2,005* for a placement year or study abroad year.
Full-time undergraduate fees for home and EU students (excluding England, Scotland and Wales) are determined by the Department for the Economy and are normally increased annually.
£9,000 per year for students from England, Scotland and Wales (including Channel Islands and Isle of Man) for undergraduate degrees, integrated master's and equivalent (2017/2018 entry). Discounts are available and can be viewed here.
Some courses are fully funded by the Department of Health. These are highlighted in the course information.
Find out about part-time undergraduate tuition fees at Ulster.
Find out about international tuition fees at Ulster.
Fees do not have to be paid up-front. A tuition fees loan can be taken out and you can defer payment until you have graduated and are in employment. Northern Ireland students can apply for maintenance loans and University bursaries to help with living costs. Means-tested maintenance grants are also available.
Funding arrangements for students from England, Scotland and Wales vary. As a Republic of Ireland student, you can transfer your maintenance awards to Northern Ireland.
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*Correct at the time of publishing and relating to fees for 2017/2018 entry. Fees may be subject to increase each academic year. Fees are reviewed annually and increases should be expected.
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