We are delighted to announce that from September 2018 the annual tuition fees for New College of the Humanities undergraduate students from the UK, EU or EEA will be set to match the cap for UK fees established by the UK government, which is currently set at £9,250 per year. This fee-level will apply to all students holding a UK, EU, EEA or Swiss passport, regardless of their country of residence. Also, from September 2018, the annual tuition fees for international students who require a visa to study in the UK will be £14,000.
Exciting new developments
The introduction of this new fee level comes as a result of the College’s continuing evolution and as part of its long term ambition to become needs blind, combined with the ongoing achievement of key milestones. These include the College’s exceptional student satisfaction results in the 2017 National Student Survey, the upcoming graduation of the first student cohort studying the College’s undergraduate curriculum, and the introduction of the MA Philosophy designed, taught and examined by our academic faculty.
The same award-winning curriculum and teaching
Students at NCH London will continue to receive the high-quality educational offering for which the College has become renowned, including one-to-one tutorials and a 20-course liberal arts-inspired undergraduate programme.
Notably, in the 2017 National Student Survey, the College surpassed the student satisfaction levels of all other UK institutions offering comparable degrees.
Scholarships & bursaries
NCH will continue to offer means-tested bursaries covering up to £3,085 of the full annual tuition fees to UK, EU and EEA students who would be unable to study at the College without financial assistance. The College will also continue to offer prestigious academic scholarships worth up to £2,000 per year to outstanding candidates.