Tuition Fees

Financial matters are a concern for all students, and it is advised to plan ahead thoroughly to ensure you have the finances to complete your studies. In addition to paying tuition fees for the programme you are undertaking, you will need to cover your living expenses. As such you are encouraged to ensure that your Tuition Fee Status Assessment is correct and explore the possibility of securing funding.

The Courtauld Institute of Art’s Tuition Fee rates are set annually and cover enrolment, tuition and supervision for each academic year or term that you are enrolled as a student. Tuition fees are subject to change each academic year.

Undergraduate Tuition Fees 2022/23
Programme UK Fee Overseas Fee
BA History of Art £9,250 £23,500
Postgraduate Taught Fees 2022/23
Programme UK Fee Overseas Fee
Graduate Diploma in the History of Art £12,800 £ 22,900
MA History of Art £12,500 £ 25,800
MA Buddhist Art £12,500 £ 25,800
MA Curating the Art Museum £12,500 £ 25,800
MA Conservation of Wall Paintings £14,000 £ 25,800
MA Conservation of Easel Paintings £14,000 £ 25,800
Postgraduate Research Fees 2022/23
Programme Full-time UK Fee Part-time UK Fee Overseas Fee
PhD Research £5,600 TBC £ 20,900
PhD Writing-up Year £770 £770 £770

Fee status

Publicly funded higher-education institutions in the UK typically charge two tiers of fees – a lower ‘UK’ fee, and a higher ‘Overseas’ fee.

Your fee status can be determined by various criteria, often tied to residency rather than nationality or citizenship.

Find out about fee status here.

Withdrawal and Refund Policy

You can download ‘Information for students intending to interrupt their studies or withdraw’ and our ‘Tuition Fees Refund Policy’ below.

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