|Postgraduate Taught Programmes 2012-13|
|Postgraduate Research Programmes 2012-13|
CONTINUING FEES FOR RESEARCH STUDENTS
The definition of a ‘Continuing research student’ is contained in the appropriate set of General Regulations for research degrees. In general terms, a ‘Continuing research student’ is a postgraduate research student who has carried out the required minimum period of registration (for the purpose of being eligible to transfer to ‘Continuing’ status), as prescribed in the appropriate regulations, to the satisfaction of their Principal Supervisor(s) and the Dean of Faculty and who is no longer deemed to be using the Faculty/departmental, computing or any other facilities e.g. laboratories (although the student may be allowed to make use of the University’s general facilities). Continuing students are required to pay a Continuing Fee for each year or part thereof (as determined by the University’s Fees Policy) until the thesis/portfolio is submitted.
Continuing Fees are payable per academic year with provision for partial refund as appropriate.
The standard Continuing Fee in the 2012/13 academic year is £590.
CONTINUING FEES FOR TAUGHT COURSE STUDENTS
In general, students on postgraduate taught programmes are not required to pay Continuing Fees in respect of any period of registration as a Continuing student after September 2003. For certain programmes for which tuition fees are collected by the Faculty, or to which special fees arrangements apply, continuation or extension fees may be payable. The Registry or Faculty will notify students of these arrangements.