Home/EU - full time fee: 2017/18: £1,000 per single module
Home/EU - part time fee: 2017/18: £1,000 per single module
International - full time: 2017/18: £13,500
International - part time fee : 2017/18: £1,460 per single module
Where part-time fees are quoted fees will increase by approximately 2% each year. For information there are 9 single modules to pay for in a standard masters programme
Please be aware that some courses will involve some additional costs that are not covered by your fees. Specific additional costs for this course, if any, are detailed in the 'This course in detail' window above.
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Funding and scholarships
A limited number of scholarships are offered by Oxford Brookes University. Applicants who have been offered a full-time place on this master’s course are eligible to apply for the following scholarships:John Henry Brookes Scholarship
The John Henry Brookes Scholarship is awarded to home/EU and international applicants for academic excellence. Each scholarship will be paid towards the tuition fee for a taught master's degree. The awards do not include a maintenance grant. For further details, email firstname.lastname@example.org.Funding
UK applicants may be eligible for funding or sponsorship to undertake the course through your local strategic health authority, your employer or another source (note: these sources are not open to international students). Self-funding applicants are also welcome to apply.
International applicants will be asked to pay a deposit of £1,000 to secure a place on the course. General sources of information about finance and financial support for international applicants can be found at: www.brookes.ac.uk/international/finance-and-fees
All applicants (UK, EU and international) will be required to provide details of their funding arrangements prior to enrolment on the course.
For more information about the funding opportunities that are open to you as a UK, EU or international student, please contact the Programme Administrator.
For general sources of financial support, see: