Tuition fees are dependent on where you're from and the course you choose. The documents below include each undergraduate course and it's international fees.
The University will review tuition fees each year – and this will be in line with future Government reviews of university fee levels. The current expectation is that we will increase fees for each year of study in line with inflation as specified by parliament.
2023/24 Undergraduate Tuition Fees
2023/24 Postgraduate Tuition Fees
2022/23 Undergraduate Tuition Fees
2022/23 Postgraduate Tuition Fees
2021/22 Undergraduate Tuition Fees
2021/22 Postgraduate Tuition Fees
Tuition Fee Policy and Debt Policy
An overview of our finances for the year 2019/20
Financial headline figures
Here are some financial headline figures that will give you a better insight into:
- Where our university receives its income from
- How we then invest it
We are committed to providing clear financial information and ensuring a strong focus on value for money.
Like most universities that receive public funding, the University of Chichester is a charity, and raises income from a wide range of sources. In addition to tuition fee income, which makes up 71% of our total income (UG & PG), we receive income from government funding, research partners, catering and student accommodation.
Our income is used to support delivery of high-quality, personalised and aspirational teaching in a learning environment that supports the student experience. It also supports our day-to-day activities including student services, library, student accommodation, dance and music studios, labs and sports facilities as well as research and enterprise activities.
Surpluses are reinvested into our University helping to improve and maintain our existing facilities and supporting new initiatives, making us financially sustainable for the future.