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Student Tuition Fees: Which Tuition Fees Do I Pay?
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Home/EU Students
If you are an EU citizen and have been ordinarily resident in the EEA for the previous three years then you are entitled to Home/EU fees.

2020/2021 STUDENT TUITION FEES

Tuition fees are reviewed annually, in advance of the start of the academic year and will not change for the duration of the academic year.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

NCIUL decide the suitability of all applicants on the basis of several factors, such as academic and professional history, as well as purpose of your study and confidence in bringing a positive contribution to NCIUL.
However, the Admissions Panel mainly take decisions based on entry level criteria deemed as the minimum level of academic proficiency necessary to successfully pursue and conclude your study career with NCIUL. These are as following:

  • Home Students : we require a minimum of three A levels at grade C or above, or five GCSE/IGCSE, or 3 BTEC Level 3 Extended
  • International Students: we require the attainment of any qualification equivalent to Level 3. However, in order to proof the suitability of your achieved degree you will need to certify the authenticity and equivalent level of the qualification you were awarded with. This can be done by requesting a Statement of Comparability that the National Academic Recognition Information Centre (NARIC) releases.

Additionally, we will need you to proof your language proficiency level. In order to do so you must achieve a minimum of a B2 level at Cambridge Proficiency Test, which is equivalent to an overall band score of 6 in the IELTS Test. Any alternative English language certificates that is awarded by an authorised centre will be accepted.
If for the last three years you can proof your residency in the UK or your attendance to any academic or professional institution where English is the language of communication, you won`t need to meet this requirement.

At the present moment we are not yet able to provide Tier4 Visa, therefore if you are a Face to Face prospective student you will also be required to proof your own right to live and study in the UK.

In the case you are applying to an Undergraduate Degree, you will have to apply through UCAS.
In order to do so please find our page HERE

For support or any additional information about admission and enrolment procedures please email admissions@nciul.ac.uk.

POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMMES

NCIUL decide the suitability of all applicants on the basis of several factors, such as academic and professional history, as well as purpose of your study and confidence in bringing a positive contribution to the Institution.
However, the Admissions Panel take decisions mainly based on entry level criteria that are deemed as the minimum level of academic proficiency necessary to successfully pursue and conclude your study career with NCIUL. These are as following:

If you are applying for a Postgraduate programme you will need to proof the achievement of

  • Home students: a Bachelor Degree, awarded with a minimum of a 2.1 upper second class level.
  • International students: any International qualification equivalent to Level 6 will be deemed suitable, however, if you have been previously studying abroad, in order to proof the validity of your achieved degree you will need to certify the authenticity and equivalent level of the qualification you were awarded with. This can be done by requesting a Statement of Comparability that the National Academic Recognition Information Centre (NARIC) releases.

Additionally, you will need to proof your language proficiency level. In order to do so you must achieve a minimum of an upper B2 level at Cambridge Proficiency Test, which is equivalent to an overall band score of 6.5 of the IELTS Test. Any alternative English language certificates that is awarded by an authorised centre will be accepted.
If for the last three years you can proof your residency in the UK or attendance to any academic or professional Institution where English is the language of communication, you won`t need to meet this requirement.

At the present moment we are not yet able to provide Tier4 Visa, therefore if you are a Face to Face International prospective student you will also be required to proof your own right to live and study in the UK.

For support or any additional information about admission and enrolment procedures please email admissions@nciul.ac.uk.

SELF-FUNDED STUDENTS

Contact admissions@nciul.ac.uk for further information on the instalment plans.