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Prospective Students

Tuition Fees

The fees you are expected to pay as an undergraduate differ according to whether you are classed as a Home (UK/EU) student or an Overseas/Islands student. Your fee status is determined by your nationality and your country of ordinary residence in the three years preceding the beginning of the University course – see the UKCISA website for further details.

Below is a brief summary of current tuition fee arrangements. Please see the university website for more information, and refer to the appropriate student finance award agency for details of available tuition fee support.

Home (UK/EU) Students

University Tuition Fees

Cambridge tuition fees for Home fee status students starting their first undergraduate degree in 2017 will be £9,250 for all courses; all these students should expect their tuition fees to rise in subsequent years in line with inflation. Tuition fees for students starting in 2018 are likely to be higher than for those starting in 2017 and are also anticipated to rise year on year in line with inflation.

College Tuition Fees

College tuition fees for Home students are usually paid on your behalf by the government, unless you are applying for a second degree. Affiliated students are required to pay the College Fee (£8,700 in 2017).

Overseas or Islands Students

University Tuition Fees

For the latest information on University Tuition Fees for Overseas students, please see the Fees and Finance section of the University website.

College Tuition Fees

Overseas students are required to pay the College Fee (£8,700 in 2017).

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Miss Vicky Mills
Admissions Officer
Trinity Hall
Trinity Lane
Cambridge CB2 1TJ

t: +44 1223 332535

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