Taught Postgraduate visiting students are defined as students who attend the University to join taught modules only. Such students will not engage in personal research. These students will receive no credit or qualification from the University for the taught modules they join.
Fees are calculated on a per programme basis (see operating principles, below).
Visiting Postgraduates (Research Programmes)
Research Postgraduate visiting students are defined as students who attend the University and receive advice and support through supervision and use of research facilities. Such students may also join existing taught modules where this would support their research. These students will receive no credit or qualification from the University for either the research they undertake or any taught modules they join.
Period of Visit
Up to two months (up to 62 days)
Between two and six months (between 63 and 183 days inclusive)
From six to twelve months (greater than 184 days)*
Standard Home/Overseas fee charged pro-rata
*The maximum length of visit for a PGR is 12 months.
Visiting Undergraduate Home fees are calculated at 95% of the Full-Time Home fee. Visiting Undergraduate Overseas fees are calculated at 85% of the lower bound of the range of Full-Time fees. All fees are divided termly (36:36:28).
Visiting Postgraduate Taught fees are calculated at 95% of the Full-Time fee, either Home or Overseas as appropriate. All fees are divided termly (36:36:28).
The termly fee for Postgraduate Taught students remains the same regardless of the number of modules studied. No additional fees can be charged by the Department.
Departments retain discretion to charge Visiting Postgraduate Research students additional fees to cover costs not included in the standard fee.
Departments also retain the flexibility to waive all or part of the fee for Visiting Postgraduate Research students where a reciprocal partnership agreement is in place with the student’s parent institution, or where there is a strategic case to do so.