No tuition fee is paid to the host University abroad. This applies only to situations where the full year is spent abroad. A range of grants and bursaries are potentially available,depending on where you are studying,and whether you meet eligibility criteria.
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Will I pay extra tuition fees at my host university abroad?
In the majority of cases, if you’re studying for a full year abroad, you won’t pay any extra tuition fees at your host university abroad. In fact, you’ll almost certainly pay a lot less than what you’d usually pay in the UK. But exactly how much you’ll be charged depends on where in the UK your home university is, as the table below demonstrates:
How much do I pay in fees and costs during study abroad?
How much you pay in fees and costs during your year abroad depends on where you go and your study abroad programme. If you’re a student starting in 2020/21 or 2021/22 and you: study abroad at a university, you won’t pay any tuition fees to your host university. Instead, you pay 15% of your tuition fees to Sussex during your year abroad.
What happens to my tuition fee loan if I go abroad?
As it’s a new programme, be aware that your university may not take part straight away. Your Tuition Fee Loan and Maintenance Loan from your year abroad will simply be added to your total student debt for you to pay off after you graduate.
Do I have to pay for a summer school abroad?
If you study at a summer school abroad at one of our international partner universities, you may be required to pay the fees and associated costs for the summer school. Some scholarships may be available towards participation. These tuition fees are subject to Government policy changes.