Fees & Finance
GCU has a variety of scholarships to offer international students. These include a guaranteed scholarship of £1,000 for undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes, merit based country scholarships, alumni scholarships and more. GCU also offer joint scholarships, such as the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship. Full details can be found on our International Scholarships page.
Overseas tuition fees
Tuition fees at Glasgow Caledonian University include all tuition, library, examination and administrative costs.
For overseas students, annual tuition fees for 2013/2014 vary from £10,200 - £14,500. Depending on your choice of study programme, the university may offer a partial scholarship. Find out more about overseas tuition fees.
For students studying on programmes with a duration of more than 1 year, the tuition fee charged in the first year will be applied to all years of the programme.
Our International Admissions Team will normally be able to determine your fee status from information provided in your study application form. If you are unsure whether you would be classified as an overseas student, contact Admissions on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Guidance on fee status is also available from UKCISA, the UK Council for International Student Affairs.
Tuition fees for EU students
Students from the EU normally pay fees at the level of domestic students and may be eligible to apply for student support from the Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS) for most undergraduate and some postgraduate programmes.
Budgeting for international students
When considering studying abroad, it is important to have a clear understanding of all of how much money you will need to cover the costs of tuition and living expenses. Find out more about estimated Living Expenses.
The International Student Calculator helps you plan your budget for your stay in the UK.
Our student money website also contains a lot of useful information.