The cost of studying at Strathclyde depends on the course you choose and the level of study you are at. Use this information to find out the cost of your chosen course.
Help with tuition fees
You may be able to get some help with your tuition fees, depending on where you live and your circumstances. Students domiciled in Scotland will not normally have to make a personal contribution to their tuition fees, although there are some exceptions to this. Students who live outside Scotland will normally need to make a contribution. You can find out more about this at www.dfes.gov.uk/studentsupport.
The cost of living
Remember that you will also need to allow for the cost of living at university - including your accommodation, food, travel, entertainment and mobile phone. We have looked at a typical budget of a student living on campus and estimate that, for one year, the total cost of living would be between £5,500 and £6,600. It could be higher or lower, depending on the lifestyle you choose.
We offer a range of scholarships and other financial support to help you pay for your education and other living expenses at university. And the Student Finance Office is on hand to offer you guidance and to help with your money.