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To find out how much your course will cost, please visit the relevant programme page.
If you are a self-financing international student you'll need to make an advanced fee payment of £3,000 to secure your place at Goldsmiths. Full details will be sent with your offer of admission. Find out how to pay your fees.
If you have any questions about tuition fees, please get in touch with the Fees Office by calling +44 (0)20 7078 5311 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Changes to fees for EU students
On the 23 June 2020, the UK Government announced that EU/EEA/Swiss nationals will no longer be eligible for ‘home’ fee status from August 2021. Access to financial support from Student Finance England will no longer be available and EU/EEA/Swiss nationals will be classified as International for fee purposes.
Scholarships, bursaries and fee waivers
Goldsmiths offers a range of scholarships and bursaries for international students. Please see our Scholarships Finder for more information.
If you have any questions about international scholarships, please get in touch on +44 (0)20 7078 5300, or email scholarships (@gold.ac.uk).
Support from your department
Some academic departments at Goldsmiths offer programme-specific and/or subject-specific funding. Visit our departmental awards page to find out what's available for your subject.
External sources of funding
Your home country may offer scholarships or special funding opportunities. We advise you to contact the Ministry of Education in your home country for information about any government-funded schemes that may be available for study abroad. You can also contact your local British Council office, or British High Commission or Embassy, for further information about sources of funding.
The following agencies may be able to provide funding or information about funding opportunities:
- Association of Commonwealth Universities
- Foreign and Commonwealth Office
- Marshall Scholarships (USA)
- Chevening Scholarships (Global)
- LPDP Scholarships (Indonesia)
- DIKTI Scholarships (Indonesia)
- CONACYT Scholarships (Mexico)
- BECAS Chile
- Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation (India)
Discretionary funding sources
Goldsmiths' Student Funding Team coordinates and administers applications for Discretionary Funding. Find out more on our student funding pages.
Working during your studies
You may wish to find part-time work during your studies. If you have a Student Visa, you will only be able to work a limited number of hours per week during official term time. This can be 20 hours a week (if you are studying a degree level course) or 10 hours per week (if you are studying below degree level, for example on one of our International Foundation Certificate programmes). Some international students apply to become a Goldsmiths Student Ambassador and work part-time in departments across the university.
You can find out more through the Immigration Advisory Service, who offer a series of dedicated visa drop-in sessions during the year. If you have any further questions please contact email@example.com. The Careers Service will also be able to advise you.
Living in London
The cost of living in London can be higher than other parts of the UK, although Goldsmiths’ location in New Cross means that the cost is lower than in central London. Find out more about London living costs.
Finance and your visa
If you are applying for a Student Visa, you will need to be aware of certain financial obligations. Read our visa advice and guidance. Remember that your expenses will rise each year. Tuition fees are payable each year and may also rise by up to 5% per year.