Tuition Fees for Students starting at King's before 2012
One major advantage to participating in the Study Abroad programme is the money saved on tuition fees whilst studying at an exchange partner university
Whilst you can expect to pay for travel and accommodation,King's students studying abroad at a partner institution are not charged tuition fees by the host university (although some partners do charge a small administration cost for applying.)
A further incentive to study abroad is that King's will reduce the tuition fees owed for those undergraduate students who study abroad. In 2012-13, King’s will continue to invoice students or the Student Loans Company for King's tuition fees at the appropriate fee level depending on the kind of exchange, as following:
Home students studying for a full academic year at either a single European Erasmus partner institution, OR two separate European Erasmus partner institutions, will receive a tuition fee waiver meaning no fees are due. Erasmus eligibility regulations apply here.
Students studying for a semester at a partner institution will receive an invoice for 75% King’s tuition fees for the year.
Students studying for a full academic year at a non-Erasmus partner institution will receive an invoice for 50% King’s tuition fees for the year.
Modern Language students studying abroad at a non-partner university should expect to pay tuition fees to the host university and will also receive an invoice for 50% King’s tuition fees for the year.