Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update:
  • The University of Lincoln would like to reassure you that all of our online Masters programmes are continuing as normal and on schedule.
  • The programmes are taught and studied entirely online, which means that they can be studied and completed from home, without any disruption to teaching provision or learning activities.
  • We are committed to ensuring that students are not disadvantaged in their studies by issues caused directly or indirectly by Covid-19 and we will be providing additional support to affected students wherever necessary.
  • Please contact us on +44 (0) 1522 254 022 or [email protected] if you have any questions.

Tuition fees

Online Management MSc tuition fees

Total programme fees:
Per 15-credit module fee:
Final module fee:

Online MBA Leadership tuition fees

Total programme fees:
Per 15-credit module fee:
Final module fee:

If you are based in the UK or the EU, you may be eligible for a government-backed postgraduate loan to cover the full costs of the programme; please note that you will not receive your first loan payment until after the course commences and will need to make your first payment from your own funds.

In addition, if you have successfully completed an undergraduate degree at the University of Lincoln, you are eligible for a 10% tuition fees reduction.

You pay tuition fees prior to each module taken, either module-by-module or in full at the start of your programme.

ELCAS funded students

ELCAS funded student fees are £4,440 per year for online MSc Management and £4,920 for the online MBA programmes, and must be paid module-by-module. You must submit your ELCAS Claim Authorisation Note to the Enrolments Team a minimum of 15 working days before the course start date, before you make any payments for the course. The Student Administration team will then advise you of your personal contribution, which you will pay before the course start date, and your remaining module fees for that year.

Fee changes

Fees will be reviewed annually and may increase by a small percentage each academic year for continuing students. If you choose to pay for each module separately, this could cost you more than paying in full at the start of your course.

The University’s academic year runs from 1 August to 31 July. We will notify you of any increase in fees as soon as we can.

You should be prepared to pay for additional items such as textbooks and PC equipment in order to complete your studies.

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