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Two year Master's
For 2021 entry, the total cost of tuition fees for students outside of the UK (Islands/Overseas fee status) is £20,800 and for UK (Home fee status) is £12,600.
You are able to discuss instalment payment options directly with Imperial College London, and have the option to spread the cost of the Year 1 and Year 2 fee in instalments. Alternatively, you can pay the year 1 fees upfront before you start and then pay for the year 2 fees upfront before you start year 2 (subject to Imperial College London approval).
PG Certificate, PG Diploma and Three year Master’s
PG Certificate (PGCert) tuition fees are adjusted to a 0.5 full time equivalent (i.e. £6,300 Home, £10,400 Islands/Overseas for 2021 entry).
PG Diploma (PGDip) progression fees are then adjusted to a 0.8 full time equivalent for the purpose of calculating. PGDip students pay the PGCert fee in year 1 and the difference of the new fee between the PGCert fee and the PGDip fee in year 2 (i.e. £10,080 Home, £16,640 Islands/Overseas for 2021 entry).
Students on the three-year GMPH pay the PGDip fee in year 2 and the difference of the new fee between the PGDip fee and the GMPH fee in year 3 (i.e. £12,600 Home, £20,800 Islands/Overseas for 2021 entry).
Students from the EU, other EEA country and/or Switzerland starting a programme on or after 1 August 2021 will no longer be eligible for the Home rate of tuition, and so will be charged the Overseas fee. Please note, this does not apply to Irish students or students with Citizens Rights benefitting from Citizens’ Rights under the EU Withdrawal Agreement, EEA EFTA Separation Agreement or Swiss Citizens’ Rights Agreement respectively.
Please see Imperial's website for further advice.
The School of Public Health and Imperial College offer a number of limited scholarships for their Master's programmes. Anyone interested in a scholarship will need to apply separately, directly to the School of Public Health, based on an approved application and acceptance into the degree programme.
To apply, please visit the School of Public Health, Imperial College web page.
Students are encouraged to seek tuition reimbursement through their employer. We recommend that you speak with your manager or HR department to see what’s available to you as an employee.
A 10% deposit is required once you accept the offer to study, within 30 days of receiving the invoice. You will then be required to pay the year 1 fees upfront before starting, then pay for subsequent years upfront at the beginning of each year.
To learn more about financing your degree, visit the Degrees Financial Resources Hub.
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