Undergraduate: Tuition fees

While at university or college you'll have two main costs - tuition fees and living costs.

The main types of finance are tuition fee and maintenance loans (which will have to be paid back) and grants and bursaries (which do not have to be paid back).

Undergraduate: BA/BSc (Hons) Degrees

Fee 2017/18

Home & EU students

£ 9,250

New international Tier 4 visa students


New Non Tier 4 Visa international students


Continuing international Tier 4 visa students:

Students who joined in 2016/17

Students who joined in 2015/16




Continuing international students (Non Tier 4 visa)


International mobility scheme for students born in:

Ghana, India, Bangladesh, Brazil, Kenya, Mexico, Mauritius, Nepal, Colombia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Rwanda, Philippines, Tanzania, Thailand and Vietnam

International tuition fee information

Please contact the international team for fee information: international@rave.ac.uk




International Students making full payment by 1 August 2017


All tuition fees apply to each year of the course and are subject to review in respect of subsequent years.

Home & EU students please note:

  • Students may pay fees to us directly or by applying for a tuition fee loan (see below).
  • Where students are paying fees directly to Ravensbourne, tuition fees are due in full at the start of the academic year or subject to the agreement of the finance office may be paid in instalments.

International students please note:

  • International Learners requiring a CAS letter to obtain a Tier 4 visa will be required to make a deposit payment of 50% of the fees and arrange payment of the balance on or prior to enrolment.
  • Tuition fees are due in full at the start the academic year or subject to the agreement of the finance office may be paid in installments.
  • Instalments options are not available to international students who require a Tier 4 visa to study in the UK.

Tuition Fee Loans from Student Finance England (SFE)

New students going to university or college in 2017/18 can apply for their student finance now.

New students should follow the three easy steps below to make sure they get their money in time for the start of their course.

1. Visit SFE’s student finance zone
Before they apply, students should look at the range of resources SFE have on their student finance zone to find out what they can get and how to apply.

2. Register online
The quickest and easiest way to apply is online at www.gov.uk/studentfinance.

3. Fill in the application
Students don’t need a confirmed place at university. They can use their preferred choice of course and simply update the details online if they need to.

Continuing students

Continuing students should wait for SFE to contact them before they apply. SFE will automatically process applications for some continuing students for 2017/18. Continuing students who do not have their applications automatically processed will be contacted and asked to apply online.




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