If you're considering a postgraduate degree at Hartpury University, you may have some questions around money and how you’ll pay for your studies. It's a good idea to think about fees and funding around your course as early as you can.
While you're studying you'll have two main costs – tuition fees and living costs. We can help you to understand and take control of your finances. Here’s everything you need to know at a glance.
Master's course fees are charged per course. The fees detailed below are for students enrolling for the academic year 2022/23. These fees may change in future years.
UK, Isle of Man and Channel Islands students
|MRes (including £1,000 bursary to support costs)||£8,000|
|Postgraduate Diploma Coaching Rugby Union||£1,200|
MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy (£5,250 per year for years one and two, £1,837 for year three)
Postgraduate Certificate Advanced Veterinary Nursing
|MSc Animal Welfare and Legislation (Online)||£6,900|
PhD study (UKRI rate)
PhDs are conducted in partnership with the University of the West of England (UWE), click here for more information on fees and funding.
|Full-time||£4,596 per year|
|Part-time||£2,298 per year|
International Students, including EU
|MSc Animal Welfare and Legislation (Online)||£9,250|
|MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy (£5,250 per year for years one and two, £1,837 for year three)||£12,337|
|Postgraduate Certificate Advanced Veterinary Nursing ||£5,600|
|PhD (full-time - pre 19/20 starters)||£14,262 per year|
|PhD (part-time - pre 19/20 starters)||£6,748 per year|
|PhD (full-time - 19/20 starters onwards)||£15,445 per year|
|PhD (part-time - 19/20 starters onwards)||£7,562 per year|