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Tuition fees and student loans

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.

Undergraduate course fees are charged per year. The following tuition fees information applies to the academic year starting 2024 only, and may be subject to change in future years.

Undergraduate course fees per year - UK, Republic of Ireland (CTA), Crown Dependencies and British Territories Overseas students*
Full-time undergraduate degrees £9,250
Full time FdSc Horseracing Industry £8,000
Full-time Diploma in Professional Studies Veterinary Nursing (DPS)

£6,165

Part time (maximum) £6,935
*If you're from Crown Dependencies (Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man), 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.

Integrated placement year fees

These fees are paid to Hartpury to cover coursework tuition and support for your placement year. Extra costs associated with your placement including travel and accommodation are self-funded. Placements can be paid or unpaid, depending on the position you secure, therefore you could earn a salary to help with costs.

UK, Isle of Man and Channel Islands students
Integrated placement years £925

Student loans

If you're from the UK, you can apply for an undergraduate or postgraduate student loan to cover your tuition fees and living costs. The following information applies to the academic year starting 2024 only.

Covering your undergraduate studies

Support What is it? How much? More information
Student loan for tuition For UK students to cover cost of tuition fees. The loan is paid back in instalments once you're earning a minimum salary. Up to £9,250 per year More information can be found on the Government's website
Student loan for living costs For all UK students to help with living costs. The amount that can be borrowed depends on your household income and where you live. The loan is paid back in instalments once you're earning a minimum salary. Variable depending on where you live in the UK More information can be found on the Government's website

You can use the student finance calculator to estimate how much you're entitled to.

Applying for a student loan

You don't need to have a confirmed place at a university or college to apply for your student loan. Applications can be made online on the Government's website.

Repayment of student loans

The earliest you’ll start to repay your student loan is on 6 April the year after you finish your course. As a UK student, you don’t start repayments on your student loans until you are earning over £25,000 a year. For example, if you earn £30,000 per year, you will pay back just £37.50 per month.

Your repayments will come straight out of your pay, you’ll see them in your pay slip. If your earnings drop below the threshold, you’ll stop paying.

Read more on the Government student finance website.

Relevant links

 

Postgraduate course fees are charged per course. The following tuition fees information applies to the academic year starting 2024 only, and may be subject to change in future years.

Postgraduate course fees - UK, Isle of Man and Channel Islands students  
MSc £11,000
MRes (£1,000 bursary available to support costs) £11,000
Postgraduate Diploma £7,335
Postgraduate Certificate £3,670
Postgraduate Diploma Coaching Rugby Union £1,200
MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy (£5,250 per year for years one and two, £1,837 for year three)

£12,337

Postgraduate Diploma Veterinary Physiotherapy

£10,500

MSc Animal Welfare, Policy and Legislation (Online)

£8,250

Postgraduate Diploma Animal Welfare, Policy and Legislation (online)

£5,500

Postgraduate Certificate Animal Welfare, Policy and Legislation (online)

£2,750

MSc Animal Assisted Counselling

£15,000

Postgraduate Diploma Animal Assisted Counselling

£12,500

Postgraduate Certificate Advanced Veterinary Nursing

£4,500

MSc Advanced Veterinary Nursing

£10,900

Master of Business Administration (MBA) Top-up

£6,500

 

Below are the course fees if you're an international student looking to study at Hartpury University.

The following tuition fees information applies to the academic year starting 2024 only, and may be subject to change in future years.

Undergraduate course fees are charged per year.

Undergraduate course fees per year  
Foundation degree £16,500
Bachelor’s degree £16,500
Top-up Level 6 £16,500
Placement year £4,400

Your first year costs in one easy package

We offer an all-inclusive fee package of £29,500 for our first-year international undergraduate and top-up students (2024 entry). This enables you to pay the bulk of the ‘extras’ in advance so you have less to organise!

This package covers the following for your first year at Hartpury:

  • Your first year tuition fees
  • On-site accommodation
  • Three catered meals a day, seven days a week
  • Bed linen (including pillows and duvet)
  • Crockery and cutlery pack
  • Gym membership
  • Transfers between the airport to Hartpury at the start of the year and holidays (six transfers per year)

 

Postgraduate course fees per course  
Taught Master's (MSc) £18,750
Master of Research (MRes) £18,750
Postgraduate Certificate £6,250
Postgraduate Diploma £12,500
Master of Business Administration (MBA) Top-up £6,500
MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy £18,750
Postgraduate Diploma Veterinary Physiotherapy £14,500
MSc Animal Welfare, Policy and Legislation (online) £12,000
Postgraduate Diploma Animal Welfare, Policy and Legislation (online) £8,000
Postgraduate Certificate Animal Welfare, Policy and Legislation (online) £4,000
MSc Advanced Veterinary Nursing £18,750
Postgraduate Certificate Advanced Veterinary Nursing £6,500

Paying your fees

Tuition fees are due at the start of each academic year of your studies.

Half of your annual tuition fee is paid before you arrive at Hartpury in order to obtain your visa (if required). The remaining fees are due before you arrive on campus in September. 

In April you will receive your invoice and details on how to pay.

Here to help

If you have any questions about Hartpury's tuition fees, you can contact our Finance team on:

Email: studentfinance@hartpury.ac.uk

Call us: +44 (0)1452 702 697

Tuition Fee Policy

Postgraduate students from the UK can access loans via the Student Loans Company to fund study of masters and PhD-level qualifications. Loan amounts are around £10,000 per year – please check the government website for the most up-to-date figures.

Loans are available for full master’s (MSc and MRes) and PhD programmes. They are not available for postgraduate certificates, diplomas or top-up courses.

Please visit the Government's website for more information.

PhDs are conducted in partnership with the University of the West of England (UWE), click here for more information on fees and funding.

Undergraduate (UK) students

Undergraduate course fees are charged per year. The following tuition fees information applies to the academic year starting 2024 only, and may be subject to change in future years.

Undergraduate course fees per year - UK, Republic of Ireland (CTA), Crown Dependencies and British Territories Overseas students*
Full-time undergraduate degrees £9,250
Full time FdSc Horseracing Industry £8,000
Full-time Diploma in Professional Studies Veterinary Nursing (DPS)

£6,165

Part time (maximum) £6,935
*If you're from Crown Dependencies (Jersey, Guernsey and Isle of Man), 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.

Integrated placement year fees

These fees are paid to Hartpury to cover coursework tuition and support for your placement year. Extra costs associated with your placement including travel and accommodation are self-funded. Placements can be paid or unpaid, depending on the position you secure, therefore you could earn a salary to help with costs.

UK, Isle of Man and Channel Islands students
Integrated placement years £925

Student loans

If you're from the UK, you can apply for an undergraduate or postgraduate student loan to cover your tuition fees and living costs. The following information applies to the academic year starting 2024 only.

Covering your undergraduate studies

Support What is it? How much? More information
Student loan for tuition For UK students to cover cost of tuition fees. The loan is paid back in instalments once you're earning a minimum salary. Up to £9,250 per year More information can be found on the Government's website
Student loan for living costs For all UK students to help with living costs. The amount that can be borrowed depends on your household income and where you live. The loan is paid back in instalments once you're earning a minimum salary. Variable depending on where you live in the UK More information can be found on the Government's website

You can use the student finance calculator to estimate how much you're entitled to.

Applying for a student loan

You don't need to have a confirmed place at a university or college to apply for your student loan. Applications can be made online on the Government's website.

Repayment of student loans

The earliest you’ll start to repay your student loan is on 6 April the year after you finish your course. As a UK student, you don’t start repayments on your student loans until you are earning over £25,000 a year. For example, if you earn £30,000 per year, you will pay back just £37.50 per month.

Your repayments will come straight out of your pay, you’ll see them in your pay slip. If your earnings drop below the threshold, you’ll stop paying.

Read more on the Government student finance website.

Relevant links

 

Postgraduate (UK) students

Postgraduate course fees are charged per course. The following tuition fees information applies to the academic year starting 2024 only, and may be subject to change in future years.

Postgraduate course fees - UK, Isle of Man and Channel Islands students  
MSc £11,000
MRes (£1,000 bursary available to support costs) £11,000
Postgraduate Diploma £7,335
Postgraduate Certificate £3,670
Postgraduate Diploma Coaching Rugby Union £1,200
MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy (£5,250 per year for years one and two, £1,837 for year three)

£12,337

Postgraduate Diploma Veterinary Physiotherapy

£10,500

MSc Animal Welfare, Policy and Legislation (Online)

£8,250

Postgraduate Diploma Animal Welfare, Policy and Legislation (online)

£5,500

Postgraduate Certificate Animal Welfare, Policy and Legislation (online)

£2,750

MSc Animal Assisted Counselling

£15,000

Postgraduate Diploma Animal Assisted Counselling

£12,500

Postgraduate Certificate Advanced Veterinary Nursing

£4,500

MSc Advanced Veterinary Nursing

£10,900

Master of Business Administration (MBA) Top-up

£6,500

 

International students (including EU)

Below are the course fees if you're an international student looking to study at Hartpury University.

The following tuition fees information applies to the academic year starting 2024 only, and may be subject to change in future years.

Undergraduate course fees are charged per year.

Undergraduate course fees per year  
Foundation degree £16,500
Bachelor’s degree £16,500
Top-up Level 6 £16,500
Placement year £4,400

Your first year costs in one easy package

We offer an all-inclusive fee package of £29,500 for our first-year international undergraduate and top-up students (2024 entry). This enables you to pay the bulk of the ‘extras’ in advance so you have less to organise!

This package covers the following for your first year at Hartpury:

  • Your first year tuition fees
  • On-site accommodation
  • Three catered meals a day, seven days a week
  • Bed linen (including pillows and duvet)
  • Crockery and cutlery pack
  • Gym membership
  • Transfers between the airport to Hartpury at the start of the year and holidays (six transfers per year)

 

Postgraduate course fees per course  
Taught Master's (MSc) £18,750
Master of Research (MRes) £18,750
Postgraduate Certificate £6,250
Postgraduate Diploma £12,500
Master of Business Administration (MBA) Top-up £6,500
MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy £18,750
Postgraduate Diploma Veterinary Physiotherapy £14,500
MSc Animal Welfare, Policy and Legislation (online) £12,000
Postgraduate Diploma Animal Welfare, Policy and Legislation (online) £8,000
Postgraduate Certificate Animal Welfare, Policy and Legislation (online) £4,000
MSc Advanced Veterinary Nursing £18,750
Postgraduate Certificate Advanced Veterinary Nursing £6,500

Paying your fees

Tuition fees are due at the start of each academic year of your studies.

Half of your annual tuition fee is paid before you arrive at Hartpury in order to obtain your visa (if required). The remaining fees are due before you arrive on campus in September. 

In April you will receive your invoice and details on how to pay.

Here to help

If you have any questions about Hartpury's tuition fees, you can contact our Finance team on:

Email: studentfinance@hartpury.ac.uk

Call us: +44 (0)1452 702 697

Postgraduate Master’s and Doctoral Loans

Postgraduate students from the UK can access loans via the Student Loans Company to fund study of masters and PhD-level qualifications. Loan amounts are around £10,000 per year – please check the government website for the most up-to-date figures.

Loans are available for full master’s (MSc and MRes) and PhD programmes. They are not available for postgraduate certificates, diplomas or top-up courses.

Please visit the Government's website for more information.

PhDs are conducted in partnership with the University of the West of England (UWE), click here for more information on fees and funding.

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