Costs and Financial Aid
While the amount you’ll pay for your education will vary on a year-to-year basis, due to factors like official tuition and fees, you can get a sense of what to expect with our cost of attendance estimates.
These figures are for undergraduate students attending full time over one semester. Use them to help plan and understand the financial commitment that comes with being a student.
|Total (per semester)||2020-2021|
|Undergraduate Tuition & Fees*||$27,440*|
|Housing||$7,221 to $10,559|
In order to study at NYU London, you will need a valid passport (the cost for a new or renewed passport varies by country).
In addition, most students, including EU/EEA passport holders, will require a UK Student Visa. UK Student Visa applications have a health surcharge and may require valid proof of English language proficiency. The fees are the equivalent of approximately $476 for the visa, $643 for the health surcharge, and the local equivalent of $267 for the IELTS for UKVI test if applicable.
Please keep in mind that the exchange rate fluctuates and that prices vary accordingly.
The rates listed are for the 2019-2020 academic year.
|Round-Trip Airfare||$700 - $1,000|
|Miscellaneous||$1,500 - $2,000|
Figure includes tuition for full-time student status covering 12-18 points, deposit and required registration fees, and several program activities and excursions. For each point taken in excess of 18 points in a semester, there is an additional charge per point. Use the NYU tuition look-up tool.
NYU’s Electronic billing system is the official means of generating tuition bills for all enrolled students. Within a few weeks of registering for classes, students (with the exception of visiting students whose home schools choose to bill them directly for their term at NYU) will receive a message at their official NYU e-mail address notifying them that a bill for tuition, fees, and housing is now available.
Please visit the NYU Bursar Web-site for details about the E-bill process.
Students will be billed an estimated housing charge, with the exception of students placed in homestays. This estimate is used as a “placeholder charge” until we place students in their final housing assignment; the initial charge is unrelated to the final housing charge. There are two reasons we do this:
- Students on financial aid have loans and grant funds released to them earlier.
- Students can budget ahead and pay the bulk of their charges earlier, rather than waiting until final housing assignments are made.
Once the actual housing placement has been made, the E-bill is adjusted, resulting in either a credit or an additional charge. The final charge will appear on the student's E-bill within 2-3 weeks following the start of the program.
Global Travel Assistance
Provided at no additional cost to the student, this service provides assistance through one of the world's largest providers of medical and security evacuation as well as general travel aid (e.g., lost document assistance). This company provides 24-hour global services with the help of our site staff to our students abroad.
Costs listed range from a single to triple within a residence hall. Students participating in this program are required to live in NYU housing. Limited single rooms are available.
Please note that costs may fluctuate with the exchange rate. NYU does all it can to keep housing costs low while maintaining the high quality of services and facilities we provide - which are among the most comprehensive in the Study Away field. A cancelation fee may be assessed if a student's written request to cancel the housing license be approved.
Travel & Meals
Students planning to travel extensively outside the program parameters on weekends and holidays should budget accordingly. With the exception of tuition, all costs are estimated and may vary depending on the student's budget. In addition, student insurance (health and accident) is mandatory and will vary according to individual policies.
Students may prepare meals at their residence hall or dine out at cafes and restaraunts.
As an incoming NYU Stern First Year in London student, you will follow the financial aid process described by the NYU Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Contact the Office of Financial Aid with any questions.