Postgraduate and professional full-time fees 2017/18

Tuition fees for home/EU students studying a taught postgraduate course during 2017/18.

There are five standard prices for postgraduate courses, with the majority of courses falling into band 1 at £6,020. NHS CPD modules and some externally-funded courses may also fall outside of these price bands.

To confirm the exact fee for your chosen course, please check in our course finder or contact the relevant Faculty or School for guidance.

Type of postgraduate courseFee (180 credits)
Home/EU postgraduate - Band 1 £6,020
Home/EU postgraduate - Band 2 £7,440
Home/EU postgraduate - Band 3 £8,280
Home/EU postgraduate - Band 4 £9.140
Home/EU postgraduate - Band 5 (including University of Wolverhampton Business School courses) £10,000
International postgraduate £12,445
International postgraduate at University of Wolverhampton Business School (includes a course residential fee) £12,720
PGCE £9,250

Please note: The tuition fee charged in subsequent years will be subject to an inflationary increase.

The fees shown are for a 180 credit course - the equivalent of a full-time Masters. Courses that fall below this credit amount, such as full-time postgraduate certificates and diplomas will be charged on a pro-rata basis. Find out more about our part-time fees.

Loyalty discount

University of Wolverhampton students and alumni can enjoy a 20% discount on the first year of a taught postgraduate programme if they have previously completed an undergraduate degree from the University. The 20% discount will be deducted from the total fee at the start of your course. This fee can then be paid in three instalments in November, February and May (34%, 33% and 33%). 

The discount applies to Masters degrees, postgraduate certificates and postgraduate diplomas. PGCE, CIM qualifications, MPhil, Integrated Masters or Doctoral awards are not eligible. See full terms and conditions of the postgraduate loyalty discount.

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