We’re committed to providing you with a transparent fee structure, with no hidden costs, to help you make an informed decision about studying at the University of Wolverhampton.
The Tuition Fee for all courses is payable on an annual basis and may be subject to an inflationary increase in every year where this is permitted. The University uses the Consumer Price Index (CPI) as an estimation of inflationary increases – as published by the Office for National Statistics.
Each year, we review and calculate our course fees based on the following criteria:
Course fees for the following academic year are usually announced and published to our website by July each year.
The tuition fee levied is on the basis of a normal progression or completion of your registered modules.
Additional fees will be charged if you are required to retake a module, or other non-standard requirement. These standards are applied to all of the University’s undergraduate programmes, taught in the UK, where a tuition fee is levied.
Students who do not pay a tuition fee, such as those sponsored by the NHS, are not covered by this agreement.