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Tuition Fees

Tuition fees

Tuition fees 2016-17

  • Classroom-based courses: £16,250
  • Lab-based courses: £21,750
  • MPharm: £19,000

Tuition fees 2015-16

Undergraduate degree programme fees for home/EU and international students (PDF)

The fees in the above PDF are yearly fees. Fees for subsequent years are similar but subject to increase. 

How can I defer paying my tuition fees?

Most* home/EU undergraduate students do not have to pay any tuition fees whilst studying, unless they wish to. Instead, you take a student loan for fees. Repayments start the April after you complete your course and are earning over £21,000.

* important note for previous study students 

What other financial help can I get?

King’s has several exciting scholarship and bursary schemes for new home full-time students starting their programmes in 2015:

Bursaries & Scholarships 2015-16

 Scheme DetailValue 



Access to Professions Bursary

King's offers up to 40 new entry students undertaking the A101 Extended Medical Degree Programme (6 yrs) a full £9,000 bursary, paid across their first three years of study in instalments. King's offers up to 10 new entry students undertaking the A206 Dentistry (Enhanced Support Programme) (5 yrs) a full £9,000 bursary, paid across their first three years of study in instalments.  



UNITE Accommodation & Access Scholarship

King's and UNITE

offers five new entry students the full cost of accommodation at  Moonraker Point  plus a cash bursary of £4,000 per year, for a maximum of three years. Priority consideration will be given to students who have previously been in care, or residing in a Foyer or similar residential provision for young homeless adults.



King's Student Fund

King's offers extra financial assistance to eligible students in need.

£500 (max)

King's Living Bursary

King's offers annual bursaries of  up to £1,500 towards living and study costs for all eligible students.

£1,500 (max)

For students who started in 2011 or earlier

Students starting their studies in 2011 or earlier continue to pay tuition fees of £3,465 in 2015-16.


The College has tried to give students an early opportunity to begin their research of student funding. Although every effort has been made to ensure that information provided is both helpful to prospective candidates and accurate at the time of its publication, it is possible that some information may be outdated or superseded before the start of the 2015-16 academic year.


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