Our undergraduate tuition fees for both home and EU students starting in the academic year 2017/18 will be £9,250 a year. This fee will be fixed for the duration of the course. Download a PDF showing undergraduate fees for 2018-19
Paying your fees
Most Home/EU students are eligible for a tuition fee loan. If you take out the loan then Student Finance England will pay your fees directly to Goldsmiths, meaning you wont have to pay anything upfront. You only start paying back the loan when you earn over £21,000 a year and your monthly payments are based on how much you earn. As an example, if you earn £25,000 a year then you will pay £30 towards your loan each month. Find out more about how tuition fee loans work on the government's student finance webpages.
Help with living costs
The government also offers loans to help with living costs. These also have to pay this back until you’re earning over £21,000 a year. If your household income is below a certain amount then you may also be eligible for a maintenance grant, which does not have to be paid back. The grant is paid into your bank account at the start of term. Find out more on the government's student finance site.
Scholarships and bursaries
Goldsmiths offers a range of financial support including bursaries and scholarships. Find out more about our 2017 entry undergraduate funding options.
External funding options
You may also be able to apply for funding from external sources including charities and trusts. See our external funding page for a list of useful links.
If you're an international student then you will pay different tuition fees. There are also specific scholarships that you may be eligible for. See our international fees and funding section to find out more.