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    I'm guessing that Masters fees, particularly in Arts/Humanities subjects, are likely to go up a fair bit for 2012, but I just wanted to ask if there is any information from universities etc to suggest how much?

    I haven't quite kicked the studying bug yet and I'm hoping to take up an MA in Modern History but given it's in a humanities subject I'm pretty pessimistic about funding, and whether I could self-fund would depend a lot on the fees. I don't want to give up on it just yet, but wondered if anyone had any input on this?

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    (Original post by ElfManiac)
    I'm guessing that Masters fees, particularly in Arts/Humanities subjects, are likely to go up a fair bit for 2012, but I just wanted to ask if there is any information from universities etc to suggest how much?

    I haven't quite kicked the studying bug yet and I'm hoping to take up an MA in Modern History but given it's in a humanities subject I'm pretty pessimistic about funding, and whether I could self-fund would depend a lot on the fees. I don't want to give up on it just yet, but wondered if anyone had any input on this?

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    Sorry I've just realised how unhelpful my original post was, totally misread what you put! Seeing as a lot of universities already charge more than the £3200 they do for undergrad I would be suprised if they put Masters fees up by much more. LSE for example already charges around £9-18,000 for its postgrad degrees to home students.
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    (Original post by jelly1000)
    You have to self fund for a masters unless you can get a career development loan. And the fees are set the universities themselves, you need to look at the unis your interested in.
    Also you can try for one of the highly competitive research council scholarships.
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    Thanks for the replies everyone
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    THere seems to be no fee set for 2012 in the UK however European MAs are variable (some free evn if taught in English... some cheap (under 1000£) and some very expensive (if done by USA universities in Europe - or high profile MBA type courses)
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    I'm considering ISIB at the ICMA Centre amongst other options FOR SEPTEMBER 2011. I love the module of the course,it looks very interesting.
    In terms of the fees,is the tuition + living expense = £17000?
 
 
 
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