Undergraduate full-time fees
Fees for student from Northern Ireland, Great Britain and Republic of Ireland. Links to more information on funding for undergraduate courses at Ulster University.
Tuition fees (2021/22 entry)
Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland
- £4,530 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.
- £2,250 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.
England, Scotland, Wales and EU Countries (excluding ROI students)
- £9,250 per year for students from England, Scotland, Wales and EU countries excluding ROI students (including Channel Islands and Isle of Man) for undergraduate degrees, integrated master's and equivalent (2021/22 entry).
Note: the fees illustrated are based on 21/22 entry and are subject to an annual increase.
Department of Health courses
Some courses are fully funded by the Department of Health. These are highlighted in the course information.
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You do not have to pay fees up-front. You can take out a tuition fees loan and you can defer payment until you have graduated and are in employment.
- Northern Ireland students can apply for maintenance loans, University bursaries to help with living costs and means-tested maintenance grants
- Republic of Ireland students can transfer their maintenance awards to Northern Ireland.
- There are different funding arrangements for students from England, Scotland and Wales.
Find out more from your local funding body:
- Student Finance Northern Ireland
- Student Finance Ireland
- Student Finance England
- Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS)
- Student Finance Wales
More information about undergraduate fees is available on the finance section for the student guide.