Fees

Warburg Institute Fees

 

A schedule of fees while you study at the Warburg Institute.

 

Student Fees 2018 - 2019 (subject to annual uplift)

The Warburg Institute Fees - Academic Year 2018 - 2019

 Home/EU 

 Overseas 

Degree Programme

 Full-time 

 Part-time 

 Full-time 

MA in Cultural, Intellectual and Visual History

 £6,965.00

 £3,483 (per year)

 £15,545.00

MA in Art History, Curatorship and Renaissance Culture (with NG)

 £7,450.00

 £4,470 (per year)

 £16,020

Masters Writing Up Fee

 £435.00

 £435.00

 £435.00

MPhil/PhD

 £6,430.00

 £2960.00

 £15,545.00

PhD Writing Up Fee

 £865.00

 £865.00

 £865.00

MPhil/PhD Continuing Students

 £5,890.00

 £2,680.00

 £14,470.00

Deposit

 £500.00

 £500.00

 £500.00

 

Alumni Discount 

If you graduated from SAS you will be eligible for an alumni discount. If you progress directly without a break, you will receive a 15% discount, otherwise you will receive a 10% discount. More details are available in the SAS Tuition Fee Policy. 

 

Student Fees 2017 - 2018

The Warburg Institute Fees - Academic Year 2017 - 2018

 Home/EU 

 Overseas 

Degree Programme

 Full-time 

 Part-time 

 Full-time 

MA in Cultural and Intellectual History

 £6,760.00

 n/a 

 £15,090.00

MA in Art History, Curatorship and Renaissance Culture (with NG)

 £7,230.00

 n/a 

 £15,555.00

Masters Writing Up Fee

 £420.00

 £420.00

 £420.00

MPhil/PhD

 £6,240.00

 £2,870.00

 £15,090.00

PhD Writing Up Fee

 £840.00

 £840.00

 £840.00

MPhil/PhD Continuing Students

 £5,720.00

 £2,600.00

 £14,045.00

Deposit

 £500.00

 £500.00

 £500.00

Please note it is only possible to study full-time on the MA programme.

Occasional students' fees: £375.00 per term; £1,050 per annum

Living Expenses: In addition to the fees MA students are recommended to allow approximately £12,000 per annum and MPhil/PhD students approximately £16,000 for living expenses in London.

The fees listed may be subject to an annual increase.​ For further information on when and how to pay tuition fees please read the SAS tuition fee policy.

There are various funding opportunities available through the Warburg Institute(details will be released by the end of November) and the School of Advanced Study which students can apply for to support their studies.