Tuition fees at GCU vary according to the level of course, undergraduate or postgraduate for example, whether you study full-time or part-time, and your country of residence. Please use this information in conjunction with our Fees and Refund Policy.
In order to plan for your studies, you may wish to apply for one of our many scholarships and bursaries and take advtange of our early payment discount, which can help to reduce your university costs. You should also take into account our estimate of what you need to budget for, living costs and any particular associated with your chosen course.
Undergraduate tuition fees for full-time and part-time courses starting in 2017/ 2018.
Course fee schedules from 2016 and previous years.
Help with course fee payment procedures includes details for students from Scotland; England, Wales and Northern Ireland; Europe; and the wider International Community.
How much do I pay?
The Common Good Award
Choose to study your undergraduate degree at Glasgow Caledonian University and you may be eligible to receive £6,000 cashback and a final-year fee waiver for 4th Year*, giving a saving of £15,000 and capping your fees at £27,000.
How it works
The Common Good award entitles you to:
- £2,000 cash bursary for three years paid over three instalments each year
- Plus, a fee waiver of £9,000 covering the total cost of your final year tuition fees*
* (if student starts in 1st Year)
Who can apply
This is a non-repayable bursary and scholarship. It is open to any undergraduate applicant from England, Wales or Northern Ireland.
The following advice and guidance can help you identify your permanent residence and related fee status:
- English students: Student Finance England
- Welsh students: Student Finance Wales
- Northern Irish students: Student Finance NI
Students with suitable A levels are encouraged to enter Year 2 of their programme.
How to apply
Apply for your chosen GCU course via UCAS. The data you submit to the Student Loans Company (SLC) will be used to access eligibility based on household income, therefore no separate application is required.
Please read terms and conditions before applying.
Find out more about scholarships available for students from England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Students from Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man can apply to the Island Authorities for financial assistance. Where eligible, tuition fees will be paid direct to the University on the student’s behalf.
We recommend that students intending to apply to their Island Authority do so prior to Registration each academic year. Students will be issued with an award letter confirming their financial assistance and this letter should be retained.