Course fees for 2020/21

Price table

Courses UK/EU students course fees﹡ International (non-EU) students course fees﹡
International Foundation Programme (Business) £9,250 N/A ⁂
BA (Hons) International Business ⁑ £9,250 £13,000
BSc (Hons) Professional Health Studies £9,250 N/A ⁂
MSc Project Management £8,500 £8,500
MSc Accounting & Finance (ACCA route) £10,500 £16,000
Master of Business Administration (MBA) £13,000 £13,000
Joint Pre-sessional English/MBA N/A ⁂ £16,200
Pre-sessional English N/A ⁂ £3,200

﹡Course fees  – Fees mentioned above are per year fee 

⁑ BA (Hons) International Business – Fees are payable per year of study. For students who elect to study the BA International Business over a longer period (than the target 2 years 8 months), additional fees may be payable. 

⁂ N/A – Not Available 

Scholarships – The University offers a limited number of scholarships to international (non-EU) applicants on a per course basis. Contact email: enquires@teg.london for details.

 

Paying your fees — International (non-EU) Students

Self-financing international (non-EU) students are required to pay a deposit of £3,500 to secure their CAS (confirmation of acceptance for studies).

This Certificate is required to complete your visa application once you have an unconditional offer of a place on a course.

You will generally pay this deposit between 3 months and 6 weeks before the start of your course so that your visa can be processed. If you pay the remaining balance of your tuition fees at least 7 days prior to the start of term, you will be eligible for a 10% early payment fee discount on the balance.

Alternatively, you can make payments in instalments for the remaining fee balance:

September intake:

1st instalment: September, prior to enrolment

2nd instalment: 1st November

3rd instalment: 1st February

January intake:

1st instalment: January, prior to enrolment

2nd instalment: 1st April

3rd instalment: 1st July

May intake:

1st instalment: May, prior to enrolment

2nd instalment: 1st August

3rd instalment: 1st November

Paying your fees — UK/EU Students

UK students can check their eligibility for funding for undergraduate and postgraduate studies, and for help with living costs as a student, at: www.gov.uk/student-finance

(EU students may also be eligible for funding for 2020-21 entry).

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