Finance and funding
Tuition fees are one of the main costs of studying at university. At Hartpury, your tuition fees cover a variety of costs including the teaching of lectures, tutorials and lab sessions.
The tuition fees also contribute to the running of a vibrant student community. The fee is due at the start of each academic year of your studies, but most students choose to take out a student loan to cover this cost.
Hartpury University and Hartpury College alumni are eligible for a 20% discount on University tuition fees.
The fees detailed below are for the academic year 2020/21. These fees may change in future years.
Undergraduate (UK/EU) Students
|Undergraduate course fees - UK, EU, Isle of Man and Channel Islands students*|
|Full-time undergraduate degrees||£ 9,250|
|*If you're from the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands, you're not eligible for student funding from the UK government, but you could be eligible for funding from your island education office.|
Some courses have additional fees, please take a look at our courses to see specific fee information for each course.
Postgraduate (UK/EU) Students
|Postgraduate course fees - UK and EU|
|Taught masters degrees||£ 6,500|
|Masters in Research||£ 5,750|
|Postgraduate Diploma||£ 4,333|
|Postgraduate Certificate||£ 2,166|
|Part-time (per 10 credits)||£ 361|
|Part-time research (per 10 credits)||£ 320|
|Veterinary Physiotherapy first and second years||£ 5,250|
|Veterinary Physiotherapy third year||£ 1,837|
Below are the course fees if you're an international student looking to study at Hartpury University.
We also offer all-inclusive fee packages, you can find more information in our information guide for international students.
|Undergraduate course fees|
|All degrees||£ 13,000|
|Integrated sandwich year*||£ 3,500|
|Part-time (per 10 credits)||£ 1,083|
|*spending a year working in industry|
|Postgraduate course fees|
|All taught masters||£ 13,000|
|Masters in Research||£ 12,250|
|Part-time (per 10 credits)||£ 722|
|Part-time research (per 10 credits)||£ 680|
European Students and Brexit
We understand that you may have concerns about studying in the UK, as we leave the European Union. We’re committed to supporting all students through the process and our international team will provide as much information as they can to help you make a decision that’s right for you.
The UK Government announced in May 2019 that students from the EU starting a higher education course of study in England in 2019/20 AND 2020/21 academic years will be eligible for Home (UK) fee status and subsequently student finance (including tuition fee loans) in the same way as they are now. This entitlement will remain in place for the duration of the course.