Fees, Finance & Funding
The financial help on offer and the fees you will have to pay will vary depending on the level of the course that you are studying and your own personal circumstances. Below, you'll find more details on fees, finance and funding for Postgraduate study.
For 2023/24, fees per year for our MA programmes are £8,700 for full-time and £4,850 for part-time UK students. International and EU students' fees are £16,500* per year for full-time, and £8,800 for part-time.
For 2023/24, fees per year for our MFA programme are £5,800 for full-time and £3,250 for part-time UK students. International and EU students' fees for MFA are £11,000* for full-time and £5,830 for part-time.
Full-time - £8,700
Part-time - £4,850
Full-time - £16,500
Part-time - £8,800
Full-time - £5,800
Part-time - £3,250
Full-time - £11,000
Part-time - £5,830
There are a range of awards and discounts available for those who have previously studied at Arts University Plymouth.
- Alumni Progression Award: 15% discount on MA or MFA fees for Undergraduate, Pre-Degree and FAD graduates who go on to postgraduate study with us.
- Short Course MA Progression Award: 10% discount on MA or MFA fees for anyone who has completed a Short Course* with us.
*Please note, this does not include free Short Courses such as Making Change.
You can now apply for a Postgraduate Loan with Student Finance England to contribute to course costs. The quickest and easiest way for students to apply is on the UK Government website's postgraduate loan page.
For an overview of Postgraduate funding visit the UCAS Student Finance guide.
For more information and support on student finances please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional support can be available for students with learning difficulties or disabilities, including mental health conditions. For further information about funding, take a look at the Disabled Students’ Allowance web page. Contact our Student Support team for assistance.
*Fees shown on this page provide an indication of current costs and exclude costs for international students who may need a pre-sessional English course and ongoing in-year English language support. For more information please visit our International pages.