Full-time tuition fees
UK and EU students:
Certificate of Higher Education - £9,000 per year
Foundation Degree - £9,000 per year
Honours Degree (Top-Up) - £9,000 per year
Honours Degree - £9,000 per year
Masters Degree - £6,000 per year
MBA - £8,250 per year
PGCE - £9,000 per year
Part-time tuition fees
UK and EU students:
Certificate of Higher Education - £4,500 per year
Foundation Degree (excluding Initial Teacher Training) - £4,500 per year
Honours Degree (Top-Up) - £4,500 per year
Honours Degree - £4,500 per year
Masters Degree - £4,500 per year
MBA - £4,500 per year
Details of international tuition fees can be found here.
Ways to pay your tuition fees
You can choose to pay your tuition fees up-front or take out a Tuition Fee Loan from Student Finance England, which currently defers payment until you earn over £25,725 per year. At this point you will start paying back 9% of your earnings above £25,725.
When will I start to make repayments?
Find out how much you need to repay and visit Student Finance England
How much do I pay back?
You will pay 9% of your income above £25,725. The amount you repay depends on how much you earn. For example, if your salary was £27,000, the 9% would only apply to £1,275, meaning you would only repay £15 a month.
If you choose to leave your degree early you could still be liable for course costs, find out more information here.
Can my fees change?
You should expect to pay tuition fees for every year in attendance and be aware these fees may increase annually. On the basis of current government guidance any increase is unlikely to exceed the increase in inflation by reference to the Retail Price Index (RPI).
What happens if my income reduces?
If your income falls below £25,725, your repayments stop until you start earning over £25,725 once again.
Up to £25,725 (monthly repayment: none)
£27,000 (monthly repayment: £15 per month)
£30,000 (monthly repayment: £37 per month)
£35,000 (monthly repayment: £74 per month)
£40,000 (monthly repayment: £112 per month)
£45,000 (monthly repayment: £150 per month)
Interest on student loans
You pay interest from the time your first payment is made until you pay your loan back in full.
For full details of interest rates visit gov.uk/studentfinance
What is an Access and Participation Plan?
Access and participation plans set out how higher education providers will improve equal opportunities for underrepresented groups. Universities and colleges set their own targets working towards the Office for Students national targets and addressing areas where there are specific gaps in equality of opportunity.
the provider’s ambition for change
what it plans to do to achieve that change
the targets it has set
the investment it will make to deliver the plan.
Our Access and Participation Plan and historical Access Agreements can be found here.
Higher Education Support Team (HEST)
We are here to help higher education students who have a range of additional support needs and are committed to providing inclusive education in a safe and positive environment.
University Centre Scholarships
We are delighted to announce Newcastle College University Centre Scholarships for 2021/22. Learn more.
University Centre Cash Bursary
All students at Newcastle College University Centre will receive a guaranteed bursary of £400 for each year of their studies. Learn more.