Tuition fees for our taught degrees are set independently and reviewed on an annual basis. Fees vary by course.
Students are required to pay tuition fees on all of our taught courses. The fees you will pay will depend on your nationality and which programme you would like to study.
Tuition fees are displayed on the respective course page.
If you are an international student, remember that you will have to prove that you have enough funds to meet tuition fees and living costs in order to be allowed to study in the UK.
Leeds University Business School awards a generous range of scholarships for students at all levels study.
Scholarships are available for the most talented candidates. We consider all eligible applicants who demonstrate outstanding academic and personal achievements.
Scholarships available for 2021 entry will be added to this page soon once confirmed.
UK and EU only
|Accounting and Finance Division Head Start Achievement Scholarships||The scholarships are a one-off award of £3,000 and will be offered either as a tuition fee deduction or maintenance paid directly into your bank account in monthly instalments.|
|Peter J. Buckley Achievement Scholarships for International Business Programmes||The scholarships are a one-off award of £2,000 and will be offered either as a tuition fee deduction or maintenance paid directly into your bank account in monthly instalments.|
|The Dean's Business School Excellence Scholarships (UK/EU)||An award of £2,000 for the first year of study towards the cost of fees. This can either be deducted from academic fees or received via a monthly maintenance payment.|
|University Scholarships||The University of Leeds offers a range of University-wide scholarships including means-tested funding and support for enterprise and elite athletes.|
|Leeds International Foundation Year (IFY) Scholarship||An award of £3,000 towards the cost of fees for the first year of study. This is offered as a tuition fee deduction only.|
|The Dean's Business School International Excellence Scholarships||An award of £3,000 towards the cost of fees for the first year of study. This is offered as a tuition fee deduction only.|