Home/EU, Full Time, Undergraduate students in 2017/18 - in the 2017/18 academic year, the full-time headline undergraduate fee, for new and continuing students, will be set at £9,250. Other fees including sandwich and part-time undergraduate fees, will also increase by inflation. The inflationary fee of 2.8% was announced by the Government in June 2016. 

New students

For students starting a new course in 2017/2018, the tuition fees and additional study costs are published on the Course pages. Please go to www.port.ac.uk/courses and select the course you wish to study. Under the 'Course Overview' section, you will find 'Key Facts'. This is where the tuition fees and additional study costs are listed.

All students

For new and continuing students, commencing their course in 2017/18, please see the relevant sections of our Tuition Fee Schedule, and our Additional Study Cost documents below. Please note that you should expect fees to increase annually for future years of your course. Please see tuition fee terms and conditions in the ‘Course Overview’ section, on how annual fees are set:

Full-time International students

In addition to the above tuition fee schedules, full-time international students can also see documents below showing fees that are set for the next 4 years for undergraduate students and fees that are set for the next 3 years for postgraduate research students. These documents are based on the year you started studying:

Repeating students

If you are repeating units, please use our 'Repeat Fee Calculator' to work out your fee. 

Alternatively, please contact the Student Administration Division with any queries regarding your tuition fees:

Where are we?

How to contact us

Opening hours

Academic Registry

Ground Floor

University House

Winston Churchill Avenue



General enquiries:

+44 (0)23 9284 5259


Email: tuition.fees@port.ac.uk 

Monday – Thursday:

08:30 – 17:00

Friday: 08:30 – 16:00


Registry Counter opening hours:

Monday - Friday:

09:00 – 16:00

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