Admissions

Tuition Fees and Loans

Academic Year 2022-2023

EU Fee: €8,606 per annum

Non-EU Fee: €16,430 per annum

These fees are payable by selected self-funded students. If you receive a Full Scholarship, you will not be required to pay tuition fees. If you are offered a Partial Fee Waiver, you will be required to pay Tuition Fees for your first year of the programme only.

In order to secure their place on the programme, self-funded students must pay a deposit of €1,000. This deposit will be deducted from the payment of tuition fees (i.e. in the first year, you will be required to pay your tuition fees minus the deposit already paid).

Loans

One of the biggest obstacles to students financing their continued education is money, especially if you want to study abroad. Postgraduate degrees – and experience of living and working in another country – are increasingly essential for building and maintaining a competitive CV.

A Master’s abroad can provide excellent professional, personal and academic experience – the kind of experience that can give an individual a much-needed edge in today’s global marketplace. But continuing your education should not leave you with unmanageable debt after finishing your degree.

Erasmus+ Master Degree Loans are EU-guaranteed loans with favourable pay-back terms. They’re designed to help prospective students finance their Master’s courses in an Erasmus+ Programme country while leaving as little of a lasting economic footprint as possible.

The scheme is designed to provide postgraduate students with the means to pay their tuition and living expenses – thereby allowing individuals to focus on their degree instead of managing their bank balance. The programme aims to be as inclusive as possible, working under the following guidelines:

  • No need for collateral from students or parents – ensuring equality of access
  • Favourable, better-than-market interest rates
  • Pay-back terms that allow graduates up to two years to find work before beginning repayment.

Prospective Master students can receive a loan of up to €18,000 for a 2-year Master. Currently the scheme is made available to students who are resident in the specific programme countries. For full details on terms and conditions visit this page.