When budgeting for the MBA you will need to consider not only tuition fees but other costs such as the deposit, textbooks and other programme costs.

Fees for entry in 2024

Full-Time MBA (with or without Exchange) — 12 months
Home and international £40,900

Deposit payment

All successful applicants will receive a conditional offer of admission.

To receive an unconditional offer of admission and to secure their place on-programme, applicants will be required to pay a non-refundable deposit of £1,500, and meet any other offer conditions set out in their offer letter.

The deposit is usually due within 28 days of the offer issue date. If we do not receive the deposit within 28 days, we will reject any outstanding offers without further notice. It is therefore essential that applicants have funding in place before applying.

View the deposit payment guide View the deposit policy guidelines

Other costs

When budgeting you will need to consider potential additional costs, including textbooks, Capstone expenses, and optional extra-curricular treks. The programme fee includes a print allowance and optional development weekends.

Textbooks and any other relevant materials

  • The programme fee does not include textbooks.
  • Students are expected to purchase the recommended course text for each course they take.
  • While textbook costs vary depending on which books are requested by each faculty member, the recent average for all core course textbooks combined is £300, with each additional book for electives averaging around £50 each.
  • Second-hand books may be available.
  • Many textbooks are available online or in the library.
  • All MBA students will receive a small printing/photocopying credit from the School upon starting. Any other print/photocopying costs will need to be covered by the students.


  • Students can apply to participate in employability treks.
  • These are part-funded by the School and external sponsors.
  • The School covers the cost of the accommodation.
  • Students are required to cover costs of return travel and subsistence, and if applicable any visa or vaccination costs.
  • Students may be required to pay a fully refundable deposit to secure their place.

International exchange

  • MBA students undertaking the course with the Exchange are not charged tuition fees at the partner institution. All additional costs, such as books, travel, visas, vaccinations, and living expenses, are the student’s responsibility.
  • Depending on the country you travel to, you may have to purchase mandatory Health Insurance.

Living costs

Financial support

Applicants to the Full-time MBA can apply to a range of scholarships, as well as funding options from other sources.

Please check with your funding provider for any restrictions on travel during your study.

Scholarships and funding