Your fees will be charged per module as you progress through the course. From September 2022 onwards, modules will be charged at £1,710 per module.
The number of modules you take will be determined by your chosen award as outlined below:
Postgraduate Certificate: 4 modules (£6,840)
Postgraduate Diploma: 8 modules (£13,680)
Master of Laws: 12 modules (£20,520)
Tuition fees may be subject to an annual increase (capped at 5%) each academic year in line with King's College London's terms and conditions. Each increase comes into effect in September of each year.
Additional Fees Information
When you receive an offer for this course, you will be required to pay for your first module upfront, as a non-refundable deposit, to secure your place. This payment will be credited towards your total fee payment. Please note that a standard 14 day cooling off period will apply from the point of initial payment for your first module. Any subsequent payments are not subject to additional cooling off periods.
The deposit cost for this course is the cost of one module (£1,710) plus a non-refundable application fee of £75.
Student fees for the programme will be billed on a modular basis. Students are billed three weeks prior to the first day of teaching, with the due date being two weeks later (one week before teaching). If you no longer wish to study a module, you can take a break from your studies up until one week prior to the module starting. If payment has been made, the money will remain on your account as credit until you return.
If you have registered for a PG Dip or PG Cert qualification but decide you wish to upgrade to a higher award, you will need to speak to your enrolment advisor. If you choose to upgrade your programme, you will enter a new cooling off period from the date of payment for your next module on the upgraded award. Any subsequent payments following this next module payment are not subject to additional cooling off periods.
Additional Requirements & Costs
Students will need access to a computer or tablet in order to complete the programme. Although KEATS is optimised for mobile, a desktop computer may be necessary for some parts of the course.
We recommend using the latest version of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari or Microsoft Edge; full functionality cannot be guaranteed in older or less commonly used browsers.
Students will require access to a high-speed internet connection (4Mbps minimum).
We will endeavour to make as much study material as possible available online, but you may also need to purchase some books during your studies.
This is an online course and you are not expected to go to campus, should you wish to do so, there are some additional fees to pay for:
Books, ebooks or articles (if you choose to buy your own copies)
King’s campus Library fees and fines
Travel costs for travel around London and between campuses