Other essential information
Find out about fees, accommodation and visas.
The tuition fee for the International Foundation Programme for Medicine and Dentistry is £20,000.
This fee does not include accommodation, meals or other living expenses. Find out about what living expenses you can expect to find.
If you are self-funded, you must make a deposit of £1,500 before you arrive. To make payment, you will need your student number which you will receive with your offer.
You can pay this deposit online on our secure deposits page using a credit or debit card.
You can also pay through our PaytoStudy account. PaytoStudy is an international payment solution which offers competitive exchange rates. Where PaytoStudy has a local bank account, wire fee charges are removed, and you will be able to pay in your local currency to a local bank account.
The deposit is non-transferable and non-refundable. There are, however, some exceptions.
You may pay your deposit before meeting the conditions of your offer. If you then fail to meet the conditions and rejected from the course on academic grounds, you will receive a refund.
Other exceptions to the non-refundable rule can be found in our International Deposit Refund Policy.
Applying for University residences
The University has a wide range of residences for you to choose from, and our Accommodation Office will help you find a safe, friendly and affordable place to live.
We strongly recommend applying for University residences, especially if you under-18, as you may find it difficult to find appropriate accommodation otherwise. If you apply by the deadline, you will be guaranteed a place in a University residence.
Single-sex or alcohol free acommodation
Some of our residences are completely single-sex. Other residences have single-sex flats or corridors within them.
Every year, we offer some accommodation that is alcohol-free. This means no flatmates or guests are allowed to drink alcohol within the flat.
Contact the Accommodation Office to find out more.
Price can be a very important when looking for a place to live. We are clear with accommodation fees, so you can choose a residence that suits your budget.
The University has a packed social and sporting schedule. It includes exercise classes, nights out and summer balls. Wherever you live, you’ll have the chance to get involved.
If you’d prefer to live in private accommodation, the Accommodation Office is happy to support you with this too. We have a property search tool and the Accommodation Office offers all students the help and expertise of our trained private-rented sector advisors, who can advise on everything from budget to issues with a landlord.
We recommend that students under the age of 18 apply to stay in a University residence. If you have further questions, contact the Accommodation Office.
Student Visa Services can give you all the information and support you need when applying for a visa.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.