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University of York

Tuition fees at University of York

The examples of the University's tuition fees for international students are below.
Tuition fees vary by course. Please see the exact program costs on the page of courses of University of York, or request information via an inquiry form on the right.

Tuition fees at University of York for 2019-2020

Tuition fees for international (non-EU) students vary between £17,000 - £22,000 per year.

Scholarship University of York

Academic Excellence scholarships

We're pleased to award 90 scholarships to high-achieving international students. These prestigious scholarships will recognise academic excellence by offering a tuition fee discount.

These scholarships are split into three categories:

  • Global Academic Excellence scholarships offering a £5,000 tuition fee discount for the first year of study, for high ability students of any non-EU country
  • Country-specific Academic Excellence scholarships offering a tuition fee discount of up to £10,000 for the first year of study, for high ability students domiciled or a national of a specific country
  • Region-specific Academic Excellence scholarships offering a tuition fee discount of up to £10,000 for the first year of study, for high ability students domiciled or a national of a specific region

Vice-Chancellor's scholarships

Five scholarships offering a tuition fee discount of £5,000 for each year of study (up to three years), for exceptionally high achieving students from any non-EU country.

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University of York
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United Kingdom
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International Officer at the University Of York

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Location

York is regularly voted one of the best places to live and visit in the UK. The city was named the best place to live in Britain by The Sunday Times 2018. Our excellent cafés, restaurants and bars, innovative industries and mixture of modern and medieval architecture propelled it to the top of the list. With a population of 200,000, it’s big enough to feel lively but small enough to feel like home.

York is situated only 2 hours away from London and 1 and a half hours away from Manchester by train. The city benefits of some of the best train connections in the country, linking York to every corner of the UK.