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    TSR University Tuition Fees Tracker

    For people starting undergraduate courses in 2012 universities will be able to charge up to £9000 a year in tuition fees.

    Check out the map below to see how much each university and college will be charging for their tuition fees from 2012. We'll update the map when more universities reveal their fees - be sure to let us know when another university makes an announcement.

    Let us know what you think of the fee levels.
    Are there any surprises? How much is your university charging? Are there any student protests at your university about the fee changes?

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    Fees up to £9000:
    | £8000-£8999:
    | £7000-£7999:


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    InstitutionFee levelsSourceTSR Forum
    Aberystwyth University£9000Graduate contribution from 2012-13Chat about the Aberystwyth University on TSR
    Anglia Ruskin University£9000Anglia Ruskin University's Tuition Fees for 2012/13Chat about the Anglia Ruskin University on TSR
    University of the Arts, London£9000Home/EU Tuition Fees 2012-13Chat about the University of the Arts London on TSR
    Aston University£9000Aston University: 2012 tuition fees proposalChat about Aston University on TSR
    University of Bath£9000University of Bath announces £9k fee proposal for 2012Chat about the University of Bath on TSR
    Bath Spa University£9000Bath Spa University Fees AnnouncementChat about the Bath Spa University on TSR
    Birkbeck, University of London£6000-£9000 pro rata (£4500-£6750 part-time)Birkbeck, University of London to adopt pro rata fee tiers for 2012Chat about Birkbeck on TSR
    University of Birmingham£9000University of Birmingham announces 2012 tuition feesChat about the University of Birmingham on TSR
    Birmingham City University£7500, £8,200, £9000Birmingham City University opts for 'clear' variable fees that minimise debtChat about Birmingham City University on TSR
    Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln£7500BG Announces Tuition Fees For 2012Chat about BG on TSR
    University Centre at Blackburn College£7000University Centre unveils fair fees packageChat about the University Centre at Blackburn College on TSR
    University of Bolton£6300, £7200 or £8400Bolton pledges 'no profiteering' with three bands of university Tuition Fees for 2012Chat about the University of Bolton on TSR
    Bournemouth University£8200-£9000BU announces fees and student support proposal for 2012Chat about Bournemouth University on TSR
    University of Bradford£9000University of Bradford Tuition fees for 2012Chat about the University of Bradford on TSR
    University of Brighton£9000Quality for allChat about the University of Brighton on TSR
    Brighton and Sussex Medical School£9000Frequently asked questions on fees and financeChat about BSMS on TSR
    University of Bristol£9000Fair Access, fees and finances: Bristol's submission to OFFAChat about the University of Bristol on TSR
    Brunel University£9000Brunel University announces its proposed tuition fee levels for 2012Chat about Brunel University on TSR
    Buckinghamshire New University£7500-£8000University announces new fee structureChat about Buckinghamshire New University on TSR
    University of Cambridge£9000Cambridge champions student choiceChat about the University of Cambridge on TSR
    University of Chester£9000Package of support and investment alongside feesChat about the University of Chester on TSR
    University of Chichester£8500Announcement of student support package and proposed tuition fees for 2012/13Chat about the University of Chichester on TSR
    University of Central Lancashire£9000UCLan announces tuition fees for autumn 2012Chat about UCLan on TSR
    City University London£9000Vice-Chancellor speaks at Mansion HouseChat about City University London on TSR
    Colchester Institute£7500College announces tuition fees for new students in 2012/13Chat about the Colchester Institute on TSR
    Coventry University£4600-£9000Coventry fee details and break down from CUSU correspondenceChat about Coventry University on TSR
    University of Cumbria£8400University of Cumbria sets fee for 2012/13Chat about the University of Cumbria on TSR
    DeMontfort University£9000Chat about DeMontfort University on TSR
    University of Derby£6995-£7995University Unveils The 'Derby Difference' On Tuition Fees For 2012Chat about the University of Derby on TSR
    Durham University£9000Tuition fees for 2012 entryChat about Durham University on TSR
    University of East Anglia£90002012 fee proposedChat about the UEA on TSR
    University of East London£9000UEL fees announcementChat about the University of East London on TSR
    Edge Hill University£9000Fees & Finance: Full-Time UK and EU Students 2012/13
    Chat about the Edge Hill University on TSR
    University of Essex£9000Essex invests in quality as fees set to rise to £9,000
    Chat about the University of Essex on TSR
    University of Exeter£9000University of Exeter announces £9k fee proposal for 2012Chat about the University of Exeter on TSR
    University College Falmouth£9000University College Falmouth Fees AnnouncementChat about University College Falmouth on TSR
    University of Gloucestershire£8250University of Gloucestershire tuition feesChat about University of Gloucestershire on TSR
    Goldsmiths, University of London£9000Goldsmiths proposes 2012-13 fees and commits to investing £1.6m into broadening accessChat about Goldsmiths on TSR
    Harper Adams University College£9000Harper plans £9k tuition feesChat about Harper Adams University College on TSR
    University of Hertfordshire£7400-£8500Standard tuition fees for UK and EU studentsChat about the University of Hertfordshire on TSR
    University of Huddersfield£7950Tuition fees for students in 2012Chat about the University of Huddersfield on TSR
    University of Hull£9000University of Hull announces proposed fee level for 2012 entryChat about the University of Hull on TSR
    Imperial College, London£9000Imperial position on tuition fees for 2012 entryChat about Imperial on TSR
    Keele University£9000One-third of Keele students to get substantial financial supportChat about Keele University on TSR
    University of Kent£9000University to invest in quality with £9,000 tuition fee
    Chat about the university of Kent on TSR
    King's College, London£9000Announcement on tuition fees and student financial supportChat about KCL on TSR
    Kingston University£8500-£9000University announces proposed feesChat about Kingston University on TSR
    Lancaster University£9000Funding and Fees for new UK students from 2012Chat about Lancaster University on TSR
    University of Leeds£9000Statement on fees and financial support for 2012Chat about the University of Leeds on TSR
    Leeds Metropolitan University£85002012 Tuition FeesChat about Leeds Metropolitan University on TSR
    Leeds Trinity University College£8000Leeds Trinity University College announces £8,000 fee proposal for 2012Chat about Leeds Trinity University College on TSR
    University of Leicester£9000University of Leicester announces £9,000 Tuition FeeChat about the University of Leicester on TSR
    University of Lincoln£9000Chat about the University of Lincoln on TSR
    University of Liverpool£9000Changes to Tuition Fees from 2012 entryChat about the University of Liverpool on TSR
    Liverpool John Moores University£9000Liverpool John Moores University: 2012 tuition fees proposalChat about LJMU on TSR
    London Metropolitan University£6000-7000London Met aims low on feesChat about London Met on TSR
    London South Bank University£5950-£8450London South Bank University to charge average fee of £8,390 per annumChat about LSBU on TSR
    Loughborough University£9000Loughborough University announces proposed fee of £9,000 for 2012-13Chat about Loughborough University on TSR
    University of Manchester£9000Statement on tuition fees and student fundingChat about the University of Manchester on TSR
    Manchester Metropolitan University£8000-£9000University announces 75% of fees at £8,000 for 2012
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    Middlesex University£9000MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY FEES STATEMENTChat about Middlesex University on TSR
    Newcastle University£9000Newcastle University announces 2012 student fees proposalsChat about Newcastle University on TSR
    Northumbria University£8500Northumbria University announces £8,500 fee level
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    Norwich University College of the Arts£8500NUCA ANNOUNCES FEE FOR 2012
    Chat about the Norwich University College of Arts on TSR
    University of Nottingham£9000University of Nottingham announces fees for 2012
    Chat about the University of Nottingham on TSR
    University of Oxford£9000Proposed tuition charges at OxfordChat about the University of Oxford on TSR
    Oxford Brookes University£90002012 undergraduate feesChat about Oxford Brookes University on TSR
    University of Plymouth£9000Tuition fees for 2012Chat about the University of Plymouth on TSR
    University College Plymouth St Mark & St John £8500UCP Marjon announces a fair feeChat about the UCP Marjon on TSR
    University of Portsmouth£8500Fees and funding 2012Chat about the University of Portsmouth on TSR
    Queen Mary, University of London£9000QMUL announces tuition fee and student support packageChat about QMUL on TSR
    University of Reading£9000University of Reading announces tuition fees 2012/13Chat about the University of Reading on TSR
    Roehampton University£7500-£8250Roehampton announces 2012 tuition feesChat about Roehampton University on TSR
    Royal Agricultural College£9000RAC announces £9,000 tuition feesChat about the RAC on TSR
    Royal Holloway, University of London£9000Royal Holloway announces fees of £9,000 from 2012Chat about Royal Holloway on TSR
    Royal Veterinary College£7500-£9000Proposed Tuition Fees & Financial Support for 2012 EntryChat about the Royal Veterinary College on TSR
    University of Salford£8000-£9000University of Salford announces 2012 fees and student fundingChat about the University of Salford on TSR
    University of Sheffield£9000Tuition fees for UK/EU undergraduates starting in 2012Chat about the University of Sheffield on TSR
    Sheffield Hallam University£8500Sheffield Hallam University announces tuition feeChat about Sheffield Hallam University on TSR
    SOAS£9000SOAS to Double Student Support as £9,000 Fees AnnouncedChat about SOAS on TSR
    University of Southampton£9000Education for the best students, regardless of backgroundChat about the University of Southampton on TSR
    Southampton Solent University£7800Southampton Solent University – Striking a fair balance on feesChat about Southampton Solent University on TSR
    St Mary's University College, Twickenham£8000St Mary's Announces 2012 Tuition FeesChat about St Mary's University College, Twickenham on TSR
    St Georges's, University of London£9000St George's, University of London announces proposed 2012 fees and scholarship schemeChat about St George's on TSR
    University Campus Suffolk£8000UCS announces tuition fee proposal for 2012 entryChat about UCS on TSR
    University of Sunderland£7000, £7800, £8500Fee levels offer access for all with talent and potentialChat about the University of Sunderland on TSR
    University of Surrey£9000University of Surrey announces £9k fee proposal for 2012Chat about the University of Surrey on TSR
    University of Sussex£9000Sussex unveils major new scholarship scheme as £9,000 fee proposedChat about the University of Sussex on TSR
    Teesside University£8500Teesside announces tuition fees for 2012/13Chat about Teesside University on TSR
    University College, London£9000Undergraduate tuition fees for 2012/13 onwardsChat about UCL on TSR
    University of Warwick£9000The Warwick student experience, student finance and widening participationChat about the University of Warwick on TSR
    University of Winchester£8500Fees 2012 announcementChat about the University of Winchester on TSR
    University of Wolverhamptonup to £8500Tuition Fees 2012Chat about the University of Wolverhampton on TSR
    University of Worcesterup to £8100University of Worcester Announces Proposed Fee Level for 2012Chat about the University of Worcester on TSR
    York St John University£8500York St John University announces 2012 student fees proposalChat about York St John University on TSR
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    Other than Cambridge, UCL and Exeter...
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    They've only announced that they'd LIKE to have their fees at £9,000. Nothing is final till June I think, if I remember correctly.
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    Now that the caps have been lifted, Oxbridge will charge £40,000 per year and at least one 24 carot family heirloom. No exceptions.

    From their site:

    Any student not capable of producing an heirloom before the beginning of their first semester can apply to an ex-poly like the bloody commoner they are
    This is what we get for voting in the Tories.
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    (Original post by chrislpp)
    Now that the caps have been lifted, Oxbridge will charge £40,000 per year and at least one 24 carot family heirloom. No exceptions.

    From their site:



    This is what we get for voting in the Tories.
    A carrot heirloom? Who are they trying to attract, bunnies?:lolwut:
    Edit: On topic: other than the universities already mentioned, Liverpool Hope has been the only university so far to announce that they won't be charging the maximum fees rate.
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    I was seriously considering deferring, until i saw Exeter's prices....
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    Imperial College London stated that all of their courses will be 9k for 2012 entry.
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    (Original post by hobnob)
    Edit: On topic: other than the universities already mentioned, Liverpool Hope has been the only university so far to announce that they won't be charging the maximum fees rate.
    No surprises there :mmm:
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    (Original post by hobnob)
    A carrot heirloom? Who are they trying to attract, bunnies?:lolwut:
    Edit: On topic: other than the universities already mentioned, Liverpool Hope has been the only university so far to announce that they won't be charging the maximum fees rate.
    No my dear, i mean carat, it is a term used when talking about Gold, rings, trinkets all must be provided from family's sending their child to Oxbridge. Only worthy students can come from families of such stature. This weeds out the 'undersirables' that were allowed to attend when the commoners chose a labour government *shudder*




    Apparently. Plus if you aren't white you basically have no chance of getting in, but that's the case now....so.
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    (Original post by chrislpp)
    No my dear, i mean carat, it is a term used when talking about Gold, rings, trinkets all must be provided from family's sending their child to Oxbridge. Only worthy students can come from families of such stature. This weeds out the 'undersirables' that were allowed to attend when the commoners chose a labour government *shudder*




    Apparently. Plus if you aren't white you basically have no chance of getting in, but that's the case now....so.
    Oh come on, you don't seriously believe that? That has everything to do with the number of ethnic minorities with the grades/ambition to go there, not Oxbridge itself. Non white people are minorities in this country so it makes sense that there is an even smaller group of non white people at the best universities in the country which are hard for most people of any race to get into. I'm sick of people playing the race card all the time, it drives me mad. We aren't victims. If you're good enough, regardless of your race, you'll get in. /rant
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    (Original post by diamonddust)
    Oh come on, you don't seriously believe that? That has everything to do with the number of ethnic minorities with the grades/ambition to go there, not Oxbridge itself. Non white people are minorities in this country so it makes sense that there is an even smaller group of non white people at the best universities in the country which are hard for most people of any race to get into. I'm sick of people playing the race card all the time, it drives me mad. We aren't victims. If you're good enough, regardless of your race, you'll get in. /rant
    Nowhere did I say it is racist, and I am not saying that you are incorrect.
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    Can we keep this thread on topic please?

    (i.e. about universities announcing their fees, not about anything else related to increased fees)
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    Fees for 2012 haven't been confirmed at any uni yet.
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    (Original post by jelly1000)
    Fees for 2012 haven't been confirmed at any uni yet.
    They have at Exeter. I've got the email to prove it. And the fact that it was all over the news.
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    (Original post by jelly1000)
    Fees for 2012 haven't been confirmed at any uni yet.
    (Original post by becky.fm)
    They have at Exeter. I've got the email to prove it. And the fact that it was all over the news.
    You're both right...

    Universities are announcing their intentions for 2012 fees, but fees over £6k have to be allowed by the Office of Fair Access (OFA) so they're not yet confirmed.
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    (Original post by becky.fm)
    They have at Exeter. I've got the email to prove it. And the fact that it was all over the news.
    I watch the news everyday. However universities have to have the governments permision to charge over £6k, detailing their access provisions. Until these have been approved a universities fees cannot be confirmed.
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    (Original post by jelly1000)
    I watch the news everyday. However universities have to have the governments permision to charge over £6k, detailing their access provisions. Until these have been approved a universities fees cannot be confirmed.
    Ok, technicalities.
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    Oxford are hoping for £9000 too now
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-12745611
 
 
 
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