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- The annual tuition fee for UK students enrolling at LIS full-time in 2023 is £10,800.
- The tuition fee for UK students enrolling at LIS part-time in 2023 is £5,400 per year for a total of £10,800 over two years.
This fee applies to UK students, as well as EU students holding settled and pre-settled status under the European Settlement Scheme.
- In future years, fees for continuing students may be subject to an inflationary increase, if the government increases the current fee cap.
- The annual tuition fee for international students enrolling at LIS full-time in 2023 is £18,000.
- The tuition fee for international students enrolling at LIS part-time in 2023 is £9,000 per year for a total of £18,000 over two years.
- We hold a sponsorship licence and are able to accept applications from international students.
LIS has been granted new degree-awarding powers for Level 7 (Taught Master’s) awards by the Office for Students (OfS).
The Master’s programme was previously entitled “Interdisciplinary Practice” and will change to “Interdisciplinary Problems and Methods” pending approval by the Office for Students.
We continue to develop pathways subject to demand and our internal approval processes.
The Climate and Biodiversity pathway is subject to our programme approval process and alignment with our Degree Awarding Powers (DAPS) Plan.
To see our Policies (including our Terms & Conditions) please visit the Policies page on our website: lis.ac.uk/policies
An international student is someone who does not have “settled” status in the UK and would need to apply for a visa to study in the UK.
We have a sponsorship license which means we are able to welcome international students. Please get in touch if you have questions about your status in the UK or your application as an international student.
The LIS master’s is taught in English. To derive full benefit from and succeed in passing, you must be able to understand and express yourself in English (reading and listening, speaking and writing). If you’ve been taught and assessed in English or have been working in the English language for the past two years or longer, you do not need to provide an English language qualification.