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Starting 13 March 2024

APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN!

Fees for the programme

Book on or before 26 January 2024

  • Postgraduate Certificate
    > GBP £2,835 or USD $3,555 + VAT if applicable
    >  African Region Discount (20% off) - GBP £2,268 or USD $2,844 + VAT if applicable


  • Postgraduate Diploma
    > GBP £5,670 or USD $7,087.50 + VAT if applicable
    > African Region Discount (20% off) - GBP £4,536 or USD $5,670 + VAT if applicable


  • Masters
    > GBP £8,505 or USD $10,642.50 + VAT if applicable
    > African Region Discount (20% off) - GBP £6,804 or USD $8,514 + VAT if applicable

Book after 26 January 2024

  • Postgraduate Certificate 
    > GBP £3,150 or USD $3,950 + VAT if applicable
    > African Region Discount (20% off) - GBP £2,520 or USD $3,160 + VAT if applicable


  • Postgraduate Diploma 
    > GBP £6,300 or USD $7,875 + VAT if applicable
    African Region Discount (20% off) - GBP £5,040 or USD $6,300 + VAT if applicable


  • Masters 
    > GBP £9,450 or USD $11,825 + VAT if applicable
    African Region Discount (20% off) - GBP £7,560 or USD $9,460 + VAT if applicable

Upgrades*

  • PGCert to PGDip
    > GBP £4,010 or USD $5,025 

  • PGDip to MSc
    >  GBP £4,450 or USD $5,565

  • PGCert to MSc
    >  GBP £7,600 or USD $9,500 

*Note these are the upgrade fees for those upgrading onto the March 2024 intake. The fees for upgrades onto subsequent intakes may be varied.  

Entry Requirements

We consider applications on their individual merits and circumstances. However, as a guide, the elements we consider when assessing the suitability of an applicant are:

  • An undergraduate degree in Law, Accounting, Finance or Economics.
  • Applications may also be accepted by candidates who have achieved a comparative academic level through their work experience – full details of which should be supplied in your personal statement and reference.
  • Fluency in spoken and written English is a requirement for entry to the programme and evidence may need to be provided. Where English is a second language you will be required to demonstrate a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 or a TOEFL score of 575 or have successfully completed an undergraduate or postgraduate qualification at a recognised institution where the medium of tuition and assessment was entirely in English (proof must be provided).