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Fees and funding

Without a doubt, higher education is a valuable investment in your future. But the subject of fees and funding can quickly get confusing. We’ve laid out some helpful sections so you can track down the answers to your questions, and discover options and initiatives that are intended to help people afford their studies.

Additionally, you can book on one of our open days where we run finance talks for prospective students. You can also visit the Student Finance England website where you'll find helpful information about fees and funding.

Undergraduate and foundation fees

2022/23 undergraduate fees

  Home students Non-UK students
Undergraduate and foundation degrees  £9250 £12500
Foundation degree - work-based routes £6000 NA
Equivalent Level Qualification (ELQ) £9250 £12500


2021/22 undergraduate fees

  Home students Non-UK students
Undergraduate and foundation degrees  £9250 £12000
Foundation degree - work-based routes £6000 NA
Equivalent Level Qualification (ELQ) £9250 £12000


2020/21 undergraduate fees

  Home students Non-UK students
Undergraduate and foundation degrees  £9250 £12000
Foundation degree - work-based routes £6000 NA
Equivalent Level Qualification (ELQ) £9250 £12000
BSc Speech & Language Therapy degree £9250 £12000
BEd primary & secondary routes £9250 £12000


All undergraduate fees are per annum unless otherwise stated and additional professional accreditation fees may also apply. Tuition fees may be subject to an annual increase.

Postgraduate taught fees

2022/23 postgraduate fees

  Home students Non-UK students
PGCE £9,250 £12,500
Masters, taught full time  £6,500 £12,500
Postgraduate certificate (60 credits)  Pro rata Pro rata
Postgraduate diploma (120 credits) Pro rata Pro rata


2021/22 postgraduate fees

  Home students Non-UK students
PGCE £9,250 £12,000
Masters, taught full time  £6,500 £12,000
Postgraduate certificate (60 credits)  Pro rata Pro rata
Postgraduate diploma (120 credits) Pro rata Pro rata
MBA £12,000 £15,000


2020/21 postgraduate fees

  Home students Non-UK students
PGCE £9,250 £12,000
Masters £6,500 £12,000
MBA £12,000 £15,000

The above postgraduate fees are for the entirety of the course (i.e. they are not per annum).

20% discount is offered to Marjon alumni when they join a postgraduate programme. This discount does not apply to PGCE or to progression to MPhil or PhD.

All fees are per annum unless otherwise stated and additional professional accreditation fees may also apply. Tuition fees may be subject to an annual increase. For distance learning courses, see fees on course pages.

About tuition fees

  • All fees are per annum unless otherwise stated and additional professional accreditation fees may also apply.
  • The UK government caps the annual fee that English universities are permitted to charge UK undergraduate students.
  • Any increase to the tuition fee cap requires parliamentary approval. Therefore, the level of tuition fee we charge for the academic year will be dependent on this legislation passing through parliament. We will notify students immediately when that happens.
  • Tuition Fees for the academic year 2023-24, where possible, will be confirmed at the end of summer 2022.

Research programmes

In 2021-22 MPhil and PhD programme fees will be £4,635 full-time and £2,637 part-time per annum for home students and £14,508 full-time and £8,268 part-time per annum for non-UK students. The writing up fee is £360 for home students and £520 for non-UK students.

These fees are for new postgraduate research students starting in the 2021 academic year. Unless otherwise stated in the programme notes, the published fees are only for the first year of study and the fees in subsequent years will normally increase by 4% annually to reflect Marjon's increased costs in delivering the programme, such as operational costs, market forces and inflation.

Fees for the 2022-23 MPhil and PhD programmes have not yet been released and will be published as soon as they become available.

Student funding

No matter what your concerns are, we’re here to help. We don’t want finances and fees to be an obstacle to learning, so please get in touch if you have any questions.

We’re dedicated to finding the best route forwards for every single student, and there may be more options available than you’d originally thought. We've put together the following info to help you start exploring your funding options:

Go to student funding advice