Tuition fees for postgraduate (taught) Home and EU students

Tuition fees cover the cost of your registration, teaching, assessment, and operating university facilities, such as the library, IT equipment and other support services.

When you accept the offer of a place on a course, you are accepting responsibility for the payment of your tuition fees. You can do this in advance or via instalments, and you can apply for a Postgraduate Loan from the Student Finance service.

Some courses, especially those in the Faculty of Health Studies, will have additional costs to be covered by the student, for DBS checks and uniforms. Check your course page for details.

These fees are for Home students - check our Am I a Home student? page to see if you qualify. If not, you will need to pay International fees.

2019/20 entry (September 2019 - August 2020)

Standard fees

CourseFull-time/Part-timeFee (per year unless stated otherwise)
Standard classroom-based Master's (including LLM) Full-time £6,850
Standard engineering/science-based Master's Full-time £8,160
Management and Law Master's (except International and European Business Management) Full-time £10,527
Standard classroom-based PGDip Full-time £5,480
Standard engineering/science-based PGDip Full-time £6,530
Standard classroom-based Master's Part-time £3,430
Standard engineering/science-based Master's Part-time £4,100
Associate student scheme - classroom-based   £574 per 10 credit module (a higher fee may be charged for modules on courses with a premium fee)
Associate student scheme - engineering/science-based   £686 per 10 credit module (a higher fee may be charged for modules on courses with a premium fee)

Faculty of Life Sciences

CourseFull-time/part-timeFee (per year unless stated otherwise)
MSc Clinical Pharmacy (Community) 180 credits
* Students usually complete 60 credits per year
Distance/blended learning £2,829 per 60 credits  up to PgDip
£2,306 for the final 60 credits to complete the MSc
PgDip Clinical Pharmacy (Community) 120 credits
* Students usually complete 60 credits per year
Distance/blended learning £2,829 per 60 credits  up to PgDip
£2,306 for the final 60 credits to complete the MSc
PgCert Clinical Pharmacy (Community) 60 credits
* Students usually complete 60 credits per year
Distance/blended learning £2,829 per 60 credits  up to PgDip
£2,306 for the final 60 credits to complete the MSc
MSc Clinical Pharmacy (Secondary Care) 180 credits
* Students usually complete 60 credits per year
Distance/blended learning £2,829 per 60 credits  up to PgDip
£2,306 for the final 60 credits to complete the MSc
PgDip Clinical Pharmacy (Secondary Care) 120 credits
* Students usually complete 60 credits per year
Distance/blended learning £2,829 per 60 credits  up to PgDip
£2,306 for the final 60 credits to complete the MSc
MSc Clinical Pharmacy (Primary Care) 180 credits
* Students usually complete 60 credits per year
Distance/blended learning £3,690/60 credits up to PgDip
£2,306 for the final 60 credits to complete the MSc
PgDip Clinical Pharmacy (Primary Care) 120 credits
* Students usually complete 60 credits per year
Distance/blended learning £3,690/60 credits up to PgDip
£2,306 for the final 60 credits to complete the MSc
MSc Advanced Pharmacy Practice (Primary Care) 180 credits
* Students usually complete 60 credits/year
Distance/blended learning £3,075/60 credits to PgDip
£2,306 for the final 60 credits to complete the MSc
PgDip Advanced Pharmacy Practice (Primary Care) 120 credits
* Students usually complete 60 credits per year
Distance/blended learning £3,075/60 credits to PgDip
£2,306 for the final 60 credits to complete the MSc
PgDip Physician Associate 120 credits
* Students usually complete 60 credits per year
Full-time £9,225/60 credits to PgDip
£2,306 for the final 60 credits to complete the MSc
MSc Physician Associate 180 credits
* Students usually complete 60 credits per year
Full-time, part-time for final year £9,225/60 credits to PgDip
£2,306 for the final 60 credits to complete the MSc
Forensic Archaeology and Crime Sciene Investigation PGDip Part-time £451 (per 10 credit module)
£2,747 (project dissertation)

Faculty of Management, Law & Social Sciences

CourseFull-time/part-timeCourse fee
Executive MBA Part-time £21,525
Distance Learning MBA Distance learning  £17,425
Circular Economy MBA Distance learning  £17,425
Circular Economy PGCert   £5,821
Master's (except International and European Business Management) Full-time  £10,527
Social Work MA (two-year programme)   £ TBC (subject to a small annual increase)

Faculty of Health Studies

CourseFull-time/part-timeFee (per year unless stated otherwise)
Higher Education Practice PGCert Part-time TBC
Standard PGCert Full-time £3,147
Standard module - 10 credits Part-time £528
Standard module - 20 credits Part-time £1,055
Standard module - 30 credits (including Dementia distance learning module) Part-time £1,584
Standard module - 40 credits Part-time £2,111
Standalone dissertation - 60 credits   £2,285
Wound debridement module - 30 credits   £1,711
Nurse-led Outpatient Diagnostic Hysteroscopy and Therapeutic Management module   £3,423
Continence for Physiotherapists PGCert   £3,423
Continence for Physiotherapists PGDip   £6,590
Physiotherapy in Women's Health PGCert   £3,423
Physiotherapy in Women's Health PGDip   £6,590
Rehabilitation Studies (Women's Health) MSc   £8,876
Rehabilitation Studies (Continence for Phsyiotherapists) MSc   £8,876
Mental Health Practice PGDIP

 

 

12 credits - £4,450

MA Project (60 credits) - £2,396

 

Optometry Progression to Pre-registration Practice course
Students charged for 100 credits only – H6
  £14,470
BSc Optometry Accelerated – Registered Dispensing Optician

January – September: work based learning

September - September

£8,815

£11,685

BSc Optometry Accelerated – Registered Contact Lens Optician

January – September: work based learning

September - September

£8,046

£11,685

Alumni discount scheme

There is a fee discount for graduates of the University of Bradford.

Please note you can only receive one type of fee discount or award.

Second postgraduate taught course

Students studying for a second postgraduate taught course will be charged the full applicable fee.