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Course/module fees for academic year 2010/2011.

Professional Development Programme in Education

For applicants holding QTS (Qualified Teacher Status)

1 x 30 credit module

£550

2 x 30 credit modules (when bought together)

£1000

1 x 30 credit Professional Learning in the Workplace (PLW) / Reflecting on Professional Learning (RPL) module

£450

1 x 60 credit Professional Learning in the Workplace (PLW) / Reflecting on Professional Learning (RPL) module

£700

1 x 60 credit Reflecting on NPQH module

£500

1x 30 credit Learning from the NQT Year

£350

For applicants not holding QTS (HEFCE Funded)

1 x 30 credit module

£650

2 x 30 credit modules (when bought together)

£1300

1 x 30 credit Professional Learning in the Workplace (PLW) / Reflecting on Professional Learning (RPL) module

£500

1 x 60 credit Professional Learning in the Workplace (PLW) / Reflecting on Professional Learning (RPL) module

£800

PgC Learning & Teaching in Higher Education

1 x 30 credit module

£800

International

Typically at each stage - Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma, MA/MSc

£3240

 Please note: - The Extended Professional Project (EPP) is classified as 2 x 30 credit modules for fee calculation purposes


Technology Enhanced Learning,Innovation and Change (TELIC)

TDA students (new SHU students only)
20 credits at level 7 £350
30 credits at level 7 £500
60 credits at level 7 £900
Full-time £3,000

HEFCE students (new SHU students only)
20 credits at level 7 £400
30 credits at level 7 (15 ECTs) £600
60 credits at level 7 (30 ECTs) £1,200
Full-time (total cost for whole course) £3,600

APEL
Up to and including a total of 40 credit points (20 ECTs) £100 per 10 credits
After 40 credit points, and up to and including 120 credit points (45 ECTs)
£50 per further 10 credits
For example a student claiming 60 credit points, the charge would be 4 x £100 (for the first 40 credits) + 2 x £50 (for the 20 credits above 40) = £500

International
20 credits at level 7 (10 ECTs) £1,000
30 credits at level 7 (15 ECTs) £1,500
60 credits at level 7 (30 ECTs) £3,000
Full-time (total cost for whole course) £9,000


Foundation degrees
Typically £1,125 per year for years one and two and £750 for year three 

  
BA top-up degrees
Typically £1125 for year one and £375 for year two 


Early Years Professional Status (EYPS)
All EYPS training pathways are fully funded. You do not need to pay any course fees. The workplaces of part-time students receive financial support. The amount depends on the pathway. Full-time students receive a £5,000 bursary. There is no fee if you undertake the BA top-up as part of the part-time long route. 


NB part-time students are allowed to gain up to and including 90 credit points (45 ECTS) in one academic year. Over this (up to 180) they are classed as full-time and are charged accordingly.