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Fees and Visas

Finance and funding are important factors when choosing where and whether to study. At the University of South Wales, we offer specialist support and advice to help you make sense of it all.

Tuition fees 2018/19

Honours degrees and foundation years


  • Tuition fee: AED 76,545
  • Scholarship*: AED 7,655

Amount payable: AED 68,890 (inc. VAT)


Top-up degree


  • Tuition fee: AED 84,200
  • Scholarship*: AED 10,206
Amount payable: AED 73,994 (inc. VAT)

Tuition fees 2019/20

Honours degrees and foundation years


  • Tuition fee: AED 78,459
  • Scholarship*: AED 7,655

Amount payable: AED 70,804 (inc. VAT)


Top-up degree


  • Tuition fee: AED 86,305
  • Scholarship*: AED 10,206
Amount payable: AED 76,099 (inc. VAT)
Please note: The above tuition fees represent an annual fee for each year of study. If you make an application to the University of South Wales Dubai, and you are made an offer of admission, your tuition fee will be confirmed in your offer letter. Offer letters are sent to your registered email address after your application has been processed.


Additional costs

Tuition fees do not include accommodation and transport charges. You will need to consider additional costs such as visas, medical insurance and living costs including travel, accommodation and day-to-day expenses. 

United Arab Emirates (UAE) law requires all non-national students to obtain a visa for the duration of their studies. Student visas are issued for a 12 month period, so renewals will be required for each academic year of study on our undergraduate programmes offered in Dubai. 

Please note: The cost of a visa is set by the UAE Government Services Office (GSO) and is subject to change. 

Download: Additional costs 2018/19 (PDF, 75KB).


What happens next?

Once you have paid your deposit to study at University of South Wales Dubai, you must apply for your visa to live in the UAE. You can do this by clicking the visa button below.