ANNUAL FEES (Continuing students only):
Year 2: £5,558*
Year 3: £5,558*
Year 4: £5,558*
Year 5: £2,329*
DISSERTATION YEAR FEES:
Clinical Dissertation Submission: £840
Clinical Viva: £625
Research Dissertation Submission: £1,125
Research Viva: £615
MSc in Applied Psychological Studies (Exit Award): £795
RAL/APL (Year 2 Entry): £700
Time Out Fee: £300
Writing Up Fee: £500
*This figure is exclusive of the additional 20% Joint University Doctorate fee (payable to Middlesex University) and inclusive of Metanoia Membership fees.
Please note above fees are for the Academic Year 2019-2020 and may be subject to annual increases in future academic years, based on inflation and changes in the requirements of our validating partner.
There are additional costs associated with this programme. All candidates are required to engage in personal therapy for a minimum of 40 hours a year, for 4 of the 5 years of the programme. Personal therapy is funded by candidates. Costs vary but are likely to be approximately £50 per hour. In addition to placement supervision, for which there is generally no charge, candidates are also expected to be in supervision with a Metanoia Institute approved Primary Supervisor. Candidates need to allow for between 10-15 hours of primary supervision a year; costs vary but are likely to be approximately £50 per hour.
Fee payment options for all students 2019-2020
Please note that from September 2018, the payments options available for students (new and continuing) are as follows:
- Payment of fees in full.
- Payment by your sponsor/employer which requires you to pay a deposit which will be refunded when payment is received in full from your sponsor/employer. You will be liable for any outstanding fees in the event of default on the part of the employer or sponsor.
- Payment of the fees with a deposit due immediately on acceptance to the course followed by five further direct debit payments.
If two (2) consecutive direct debit payments are returned unpaid by your bank, the remaining outstanding balance will become immediately due.