Fees and Scholarships at Keele University

22 April 2022

Fees and Scholarships at Keele University

Keele University was founded 70 years ago and has always been different from other universities; a forward-thinking university, Keele is continually investing in its facilities to remain at the forefront of technological advancements.

Keele is ideally located in the middle of the UK between Manchester and Birmingham, and the beautiful and spacious campus is the largest in the UK, with over 600 acres of landscaped parkland, fields, woodlands, and lakes. Being in the heart of the UK means that the cost of living and tuition fees are more affordable.

Tuition fees for 2022 entry at Keele starts at £14,700 for Foundation Years, then ranges from £16,800 to £24,200 per year depending on the undergraduate course. Postgraduate courses range from £14,700 to £24,200 per year.

Keele has scholarships available for all international students at undergraduate and postgraduate taught levels.

The Keele International Excellence Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship which offers a tuition fee discount:

  • For undergraduate students, £2,500 per year is available to those who exceed the published entry requirements
  • For postgraduate students, £1,000 - £5,000 is available, depending on Bachelors grade

With the new full-time MBA at Keele, the MBA Scholarship is available as a £3,000 or £5,000 tuition fee discount depending on Bachelors grade.

The International Excellence and MBA Scholarships can be combined with the Developing Countries Scholarship which offers all Pakistan students an additional £1,000 tuition fee discount.

There is no application process as these Scholarships are automatically awarded.

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