Lancaster University has set tuition fees at £9,000 per year for UK full-time undergraduate students. It is important to remember that access to university will be free at the point of entry, and these fees do not have to be paid up-front, so it's very much a study first - pay later approach.
Overseas students wishing to undertake degrees in the Division of Biomedical and Life Sciences are encouraged to contact us in order to discuss fees.
The University offers to eligible students a range of bursaries and scholarships to support their study.
For 2013 entry onwards, UK applicants may be eligible for a Lancaster University Academic Scholarship. Regardless of their household income students achieving A*, A, A in their A-level examinations (or equivalent academic qualifications) will receive a £1000 per year scholarship during their undergraduate studies.
Depending on your financial background you may also be entitled to a Bursary package worth up to £5000 during your studies at Lancaster University.
For more information see the main University web site for Bursaries, Scholarships and Funding pages.
Students enrolling on the degree in Medicine (MBChB) are not eligible for the Academic Scholarships and Lancaster University bursaries mentioned above. However you may be eligible for a bursary through the Cumbria and Lancashire Medical and Dental Consortium.
More details of the Consortium bursary package can be found on the Student Services web pages.