University of Plymouth

Undergraduate

£13,400 per year – LLB (Hons) Law with Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies

£13,400 per year – BSc (Hons) Animal Conservation Science

£13,400 per year – BA (Hons) Theatre and Performance

£13,400 per year – BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Statistics

£13,400 per year – BSc (Hons) Conservation Biology

£13,400 per year – BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences

£13,400 per year – BSc (Hons) Psychology with Human Biology

£13,400 per year – BA (Hons) Art History

£13,400 per year – BA (Hons) Human Resource Management

£13,400 per year – BSc (Hons) Psychology with Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies

£13,400 per year – BSc (Hons) Computer Science

£13,400 per year – BSc (Hons) International Hospitality Management

£13,400 per year – BSc (Hons) Events Management

£13,400 per year – BSc (Hons) International Supply Chain and Shipping Management

£13,400 per year – BSc (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies with Psychology

£13,400 per year – BSc (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering

£13,400 per year – BSc (Hons) Building Surveying and the Environment

Postgraduate

£13,400 per year – MEng (Hons) Robotics

£13,400 per year – MSci (Hons) Computer Science

£14,400 per year – MA Creative Writing

£14,400 per year – MSc Clinical Psychology

£14,000 per year – MSc Advanced Professional Practice (Nursing and Midwifery Professions)

£14,400 per year – MSc Advanced Psychology

£14,400 per year – MSc Finance

£14,400 per year – MA Education

£18,850 per year – MSc Biomedical Science

Language of Teaching

All courses are taught in English. Non-English speakers will have to enroll in the preparatory school for at least 6 months before the can begin their program.

Application Deadlines

Spring Intake: starts – August, ends – January (best to apply before October)

Fall Intake: starts – January, ends – August (best to apply before June)

Requirements

Entry requirements vary depending which course you would like to study, but usually we’re looking for a mix of exam grades, subjects and qualifications. Take a look at the exact entry requirements you need to meet for the course you’re interested in before you start your university application.  

It’s important to remember that meeting your entry requirements doesn’t ensure that you’re guaranteed a place with us. Depending on which course you’re applying for, there are often other conditions that may be considered, such as interviews, auditions or Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks.  More information about these conditions can be found on our individual course pages.  If you’re an international or adult learner, be sure to take a look at the useful links section below for more information about your entry requirements.

Undergraduate

International Student Scholarship

This scholarship is offered automatically, providing you meet the eligibility criteria. A separate application will not be required.

International Academic Excellence Scholarship

An application must be submitted to be eligible for this scholarship.

School of Psychology – International Undergraduate Gold Scholarship

This scholarship is available to international students who have met the conditions of their University of Plymouth.

Postgraduates

Postgraduate Taught International Student Scholarship

This scholarship is offered automatically providing you meet the eligibility criteria. A separate application will not be required.

International Academic Excellence Scholarship

An application must be submitted to be eligible for this scholarship with provides 50% of tuition fees in year one.

School of Psychology – International Postgraduate Platinum Scholarship

This scholarship is available to international students who have met the conditions of their University of Plymouth offer of study, for the psychology related programs.

Alumnus loyalty reward for postgraduate study

The University applies a discretionary alumnus reward where alumni meet certain criteria on particular postgraduate taught courses.

University Managed Halls

Gilwell Hall of Residence, Plymouth – 196 Rooms

£97.00 – £99.00 per person per week

Radnor Hall of Residence, Gilwell – 408 Rooms

£142.00 – 154.00 per person per week

Francis Drake Hall of Residence, Plymouth – 329 Rooms

£152.00 – £175.00 per person per week

Mary Newman Hall of Residence, Plymouth – 157 Rooms

£150.00 – £156.00 per person per week

Robbins Hall of Residence, Plymouth – 431 Rooms

£97.00 – £130.00 per person per week

Pilgrim Halls of Residence, Plymouth – 238 Rooms

£146.00 – £164.00 per person per week

Private Halls

The Court House, Longfield Place, Plymouth – 65 Rooms

£110.00 – £140.00 per person per week

Frobisher House, Ebrington Street, Plymouth – 134 Rooms

£105.00 – £160.00 per person per week

Mary Parker House, Apsley Road, Plymouth – 165 Rooms

£109.00 – £159.00 per person per week

The Old Dairy, Regent Street, Plymouth – 193 Rooms

£00 – £170.00 per person per week

Central Point, Plymouth – 235 Rooms

£128.00 per person per week

St Teresa House, Plymouth – 112 Rooms

£65.00 per person per week

St Augustine’s House, Alexandra Road, Plymouth – 90 Rooms

£85.00 – £165.00 per person per week

Beckley Point, Armada Way, Plymouth – 505 Rooms

£141.00 – £210.00 per person per week

Discovery Heights, Plymouth – 281 Rooms

£125.00 per person per week

Plymouth Cross House, 6 Raleigh Street, Plymouth – 500 Rooms

£121.00 – £198.00 per person per week

Astor House, Notte Street, Plymouth – 519 Rooms

£115.00 – £210.00 per person per week

St Thomas Court, Plymouth – 227 Rooms

£90.00 – £105.00 per person per week

Alexandra Works, Plymouth – 246 Rooms

£70.00 – £75.00 per person per week

Houses

Lisson Grove, Plymouth – £85.00 per person per week

Baring Street, Plymouth – £85.00 – £95.00 per person per week

Winston Avenue – £91.00 – £94.00 per person per week

Maple Grove, Plymouth – £60.00 per person per week

Derry Avenue, Plymouth – £95.00 per person per week

Freedom Square, Plymouth – £75.00 per person per week

Eton Place, Plymouth – £69.00 – £75.00 per person per week

Mount Gould Road, Plymouth – £74.00 – £88.00 per person per week

Clifton Place, Plymouth – £75.00 – £85.00 per person per week

Sutherland Road, Plymouth – £69.00 – £99.00 per person per week

Beaumont Place, Plymouth – £80.00 – £90.00 per person per week

Knighton Road, Plymouth – £77.30 per person per week

Connaught Avenue, Plymouth – £72.00 – £97.00 per person per week

Gordon Terrace, Plymouth – £70.00 – £100.00 per person per week

Kingsley Road, Plymouth – £90.00 per person per week

25 Addison Road, Plymouth – £90.00 per person per week

Mildmay Street, Plymouth – £75.00 – £90.00 per person per week

Providence Street, Plymouth – £92.00 per person per week

5 Armada St, Plymouth – £92.00 – £95.00 per person per week

 Visa and Admission

You can apply for a Tier 4 (General) student visa to study in the UK if you’re 16 or over and you:

have been offered a place on a course

can speak, read, write and understand English

have enough money to support yourself and pay for your course – the amount will vary depending on your circumstances

are from a country that’s not in the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland

meet the other eligibility requirements

The earliest you can apply for a visa is 3 months before you start your course.

You’ll usually get a decision on your visa within 3 weeks. You can check visa processing times for your country.

Fees
It costs £348 to apply for this visa from outside the UK.

You must pay £348 per person for any dependants.

Travel with Visa — If you are a non-EU or UK citizen, you will need to obtain a visa at the UK High Commission, Embassy or consulate in your home country before your arrival in the UK. Once you have arrived in the UK, you will need to apply and obtain a residence permit before your visa expires in order to prolong your stay.

Education Requirements for Student Visa

Eligibility

You must have:

an unconditional offer of a place on a course with a licensed Tier 4 sponsor

enough money to support yourself and pay for your course – the amount will vary depending on your circumstances

Your course

You can do a course that’s one of the following:

full-time leading to a qualification that’s at least level 6 on the Ofqual register

part-time leading to a qualification that’s at least level 7 on the Ofqual register

an overseas course of degree level study that’s equal to a UK higher education course and is being run by an overseas higher education institution

full-time, with at least 15 hours per week of organised daytime study, leading to a qualification which is at least level 3 on the Ofqual register

a recognised foundation programme as a postgraduate doctor or dentist

an English language course at level B2 or above on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Postgraduate doctors and dentists

You can apply for this visa if you’re sponsored to do a recognised foundation programme and you’ve:

finished a recognised UK degree in medicine or dentistry

received that degree from a registered Tier 4 sponsor

spent your final year and at least 1 other year of studies leading to that degree in the UK

Confirmation of acceptance for studies

Your education provider will send you a reference number called a confirmation of acceptance for studies (CAS) once they’ve offered you a place on a course. You’ll need to enter this on your visa application.

You must apply for your visa no more than 6 months after you receive the CAS.

Visa Requirements & Documents

Document language:

All documents executed in a foreign language (except English) shall be accompanied by their translation into English. Translation of all documents must be notarized.

Documents

When you apply for the visa you must provide:

a current passport or other valid travel documentation

proof that you can support yourself and pay for your course – this will vary depending on your circumstances

proof of parental or other legal guardian consent if you’re under 18

proof of your relationship with your parent or guardian if you’re under 18

your tuberculosis test results if you’re from a country where you have to take the test

You need a blank page in your passport for your visa.

You may also need to provide additional documents depending on your circumstances.

You must apply online for a Tier 4 (General) student visa.

You’ll need to have your fingerprints and photograph taken at a visa application centre (to get a biometric residence permit) as part of your application.

You’ll have to collect your biometric residence permit within 10 days of when you said you’d arrive in the UK (even if you actually arrive at a later date).

You may be able to get your visa faster or other services depending on what country you’re in – check with your visa application centre.

Health Insurance Requirement

International students who study in the UK will need to obtain a doctor’s certificate confirming that they can freely undertake study in the field of their choice.

Healthcare surcharge
You’ll also have to pay the healthcare surcharge as part of your application. Check how much you’ll have to pay before you apply.