Tuition fees

The international fees for our degrees vary by​ course programme and are reviewed on a yearly basis, undergraduate fees are the same fixed fee for each year of your course.

The international fees for 2022-23 and 2023-24 are:​

CourseTuition fees
​Three-year undergraduate degree course £12,000 (per year)
Two-year undergraduate degree course​ £12,000 (per year)
MA Childhood and Education £11,500
MA Creative Writing £11,500
MA Criminology and Criminal Justice £12,500
MA Family Support £11,500
MA International Business £12,500
​MA Journalism £12,500
LLM Law £12,500
MBA £12,500
MA Mental Health in Children and Young People £11,500
​PhD, MPhil ​or MbR​ (cost per year) £12,500
MSc Project Management £12,500
​MSc Psychology (conversion)​ £12,500
MA Victorian Studies £11,500
PGCE £12,500

EU students

As a result of UK’s exit from the EU, from 2021 European students are no longer eligible for ‘home fee’ status and UK Government funding. This means that EU/EEA and Swiss nationals starting courses in 2021 are considered as international students for fee and immigration purposes.

EU students that have started their courses before 2021 will continue to benefit from ‘home fee’ status and funding for the duration of their course.

EU/EEA and Swiss nationals that have resided in the UK before 31 December 2020 benefit from Citizens’ Rights under the EU Withdrawal Agreement (and equivalent treaties) and may continue to have access to ‘home fees’ and UK Government funding, including‘postgraduate Loans - see Gov.UK for more information. Exact details of eligibility are yet to be determined. We will update this information as soon as possible.

European nationals currently residing in the UK who may be looking to start university courses in the future are strongly advised to register under the EU Settlement Scheme.

You can also find out more on our Brexit page.

Financial Support

Alumni Scholarship

All Leeds Trinity graduates are eligible for a tuition fee discount on postgraduate courses of up to 50%, excluding PGCE Provider-led, School Direct or SCITT courses. You will need to achieve a 2:2 or above in a Leeds Trinity undergraduate degree course to qualify for the Alumni Scholarship.

Postgraduate courseDiscount
Master's by research 100% for graduates with a 1st class honours degree
MA/MSc programmes 50% for graduates with a 1st class honours degree
35% for graduates with a 2:1 honours degree
20% for graduates with a 2:2 honours degree
MA Education 20% for PGCE graduates if none of the above apply

EU Transitional Scholarship

Students starting either an Undergraduate or Postgraduate course in 2021 who are not entitled to standard funding from Student Finance England or the Student Loans company and who have an immigration status under the EU Settlement Scheme, will benefit from a fee reduction of £2000 in each year of study.
If you are eligible for Home fee status (as confirmed by the government), you will pay the standard Home fee.


It's essential that in addition to your tuition fees you have enough money to live during your time at Leeds Trinity. 

Compared to many places in the UK, for example, London, Leeds is not an expensive place to live. However, to maintain a reasonable standard of living you'll require approximately £1,015 per month for accommodation, local travel, food and entertainment.

To help you calculate how much money you may require we suggest you read the useful information on living costs in the UK produced by the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA).

​​Most students with a Student Route visa, studying on a full-time degree course are entitled to work during their studies. Your visa will state if you're allowed to work. You will be able to work in the UK for a maximum of 20 hours per week during term-time and full-time during holidays. Working more than the permitted hours may affect your immigration status and is a serious offence.

You'll not be allowed to work if you're in the UK on a Student Visitor visa.

Our Careers and Employability​ team can assist you with looking for part-time work once you join Leeds Trinity University.

Once you've accepted your place, you must pay a minimum of 50% of your academic tuition fee prior to programme registration. Your Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS), which is required to apply for a Student Route visa, will not be issued until we receive this payment. This deposit is non-refundable, unless you are refused a visa to study in the UK. ​​

How to pay

These are the following ways to pay your tuition fee deposit payment to Leeds Trinity University. You can also pay the required accommodation rent or deposit using one of the following payments.

  • Bank transfer

Leeds Trinity's bank account details are as follows:

AccountLeeds Trinity University
Bank Barclays
Sort code 20 48 46
Account number 20083925
IBAN GB88BARC 2048 4620 0839 25
​Swift code BARCGB22​

Please quote​ your Student ID ​number when making the payment.

  • ​Payment online

Visit epayments to pay through our online system​

If you wish to decline your course offer, please notify us promptly by emailing us on​. If you applied through UCAS then you will also need to decline through UCAS within their set deadline.

Post-offer guidance notes