Fees and Funding

The cost of learning with Unitas – 2023 prices

All our courses are very competitively priced, giving students a high-quality learning experience and the chance to gain fully accredited undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications at a much lower cost than at a traditional campus university.

An individual module (60 credits) costs £1200*

You can therefore get a degree for up to half the cost of other similar distance learning programmes and for a third of the fees charged for equivalent campus-based degrees.

This means that:

  • A Certificate of Higher Education (120 credits) costs £2400
  • A Foundation Degree or Diploma of Higher Education (240 credits) costs £4800
  • A BA (Ordinary) (300 credits) costs £6000
  • A full BA (Hons) (360 credits) costs £7200
  • An MA (180 credits) costs £3600

Spread the cost of your course

You can choose to pay for your full course up front, but we also offer the option of spreading the cost using our interest free payment plan.

This is a flexible and personalised plan that can be tailored to individual circumstances. For example, you could pay a deposit of 5% of the total cost when you register and then pay the rest in monthly instalments throughout the duration of your course. So, for a full BA (Hons) started in 2023 you would pay a deposit of £360 and then monthly payments of £171.

When you register for your course, just select to pay by payment plan and we will contact you to set up your individual plan and collect your deposit.


Our nationally recognised courses will help you develop knowledge and skills that you can directly apply in the workplace and many of our students are fully or part sponsored by their employers.

If this is the case, you’ll need to specify this when you register for your course. Your employer will also need to complete a Sponsorship agreement – YJ Courses if they have not already done so.

If you have any questions about the payment options available, just contact us.

Bursaries & Awards

For this Autumn we will be offering a small number of bursaries and awards to support students for whom the cost of a course might be prohibitive, subject to them meeting the eligibility criteria. 

If you feel that you might like to be considered and would like more information then do contact us.