The tuition fee you pay will vary depending on your fee status and your course. The fee for each course can be found on the individual course pages.

For many applicants, your fee status is the same as your current country of residence. However, not all cases are this straightforward. We use the information you provide on your application to determine your fee status, and will confirm this with you after you submit your application.

Fee status

The four fee status categories are Scottish, Rest of UK, EU and Overseas. The information below gives a summary of each one, but please remember that your fee status will be determined by us using the information you provide on your application.

Scottish

"My home is in Scotland and I am studying in Scotland."

If the above statement applies to you then you will probably be classified as a Scottish student for fee purposes. Tuition fees for Scottish, Rest of UK and EU students are the same for postgraduate courses and are shown on each individual course page.

Who will pay my tuition fees?

PGDE Primary and Secondary Education courses are funded in the same way as undergraduate courses and attract student loan support. Visit the undergraduate tuition fees pages for more details.

The Student Awards Agency Scotland (SAAS) provides a £10,000 student loan for Scottish domiciled students studying an eligible course and a tuition fee only loan for eligible EU students for a one year full time taught postgraduate students, see the following web link for criteria and eligibility.

We also have six MSc programmes which offer a number of funded places for eligible Scottish or EU students.

The University of Dundee also has scholarships available for eligible students.

If you are considering research-based postgraduate courses, you should speak to the academic school for funding advice.

Rest of UK (RUK)

"I am a UK citizen and my home is in England (or Northern Ireland, Wales, Jersey, Guernsey or the Isle of Man) and I am studying in Scotland."

If the above statement applies to you then you will probably be classified as Rest of UK for fee purposes. RUK students are UK citizens who have been resident in the UK (outside Scotland) for at least three years before the start of their programme of study. 

Tuition fees for Scottish, Rest of UK and EU students are the same for postgraduate courses and are shown on each individual course page.

Who will pay my tuition fees?

PGDE Primary and Secondary Education courses are funded in the same way as undergraduate courses and attract student loan support. Visit the undergraduate tuition fees pages for more details.

The University of Dundee also has scholarships available for eligible students.

If you are considering research-based postgraduate courses, you should speak to the academic School for funding advice.

 

EU

"My home is NOT in Scotland or the rest of the UK and I am an EU national."

If the above statement applies to you then you will probably be classified as an EU student. Tuition fees for Scottish, Rest of UK and EU students are the same for postgraduate courses and are shown on each individual course page.

Who will pay my tuition fees?

PGDE Primary and Secondary Education courses are funded in the same way as undergraduate courses and attract student loan support. Visit the undergraduate tuition fees pages for more details.

The Postgraduate Students Allowances Scheme (PSAS) provides a tuition fee loan for Scots-domiciled and non-UK EU postgraduate students on eligible courses. The list of courses eligible is confirmed by SAAS each year and is shown here. See the SAAS website for details of how to apply.

We also have six MSc programmes which offer a number of funded places for eligible Scottish or EU students.

The University of Dundee also has scholarships available for eligible students.

If you are considering research-based postgraduate courses, you should speak to the academic School for funding advice.

 

Overseas (non-EU)

"My home is NOT in Scotland and I am a national from outside the EU."

If the above statement applies to you then you will probably be classified as an international student for fee purposes. You will pay the Overseas student tuition fee rates as detailed on each specific postgraduate course page.

Who will pay my tuition fees?

International students are not eligible to apply for UK student bursaries and loans. Therefore we have a range of scholarships for international applicants which may help reduce the total tuition fee you have to pay. You can find out more about what is on offer on our page.

For fees and funding support and advice for overseas students please visit UKCISA (UK Council for International Student Affairs).