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Accounting and Economics BA (Hons)


Tution Fees: 13,750

Accounting and Finance BA (Hons)


Tution Fees: 13,750

Accounting and Finance MSc


Tution Fees: 14,100

Accounting BSc (Hons)


Tution Fees: 13,750

Air Transport Management MSc


Tution Fees: 14,100

Animation BA (Hons)


Tution Fees: 14,250

Applied Accounting MSc


Tution Fees: 14,100

Architectural Design MA


Tution Fees: 14,100

Architectural Technology BSc (Hons)


Tution Fees: 13,750

Architecture and Sustainability MSc


Tution Fees: 14,100

Architecture BA (Hons)


Tution Fees: 13,750

Architecture MArch


Tution Fees: 13,750

Biomedical Science BSc (Hons)


Tution Fees: 14,250

Broadcast Journalism BA (Hons)


Tution Fees: 14,250

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De Montfort University (DMU) is a public university in the city of Leicester, England.

The modern-day DMU has around 20,000 students, drawn from around the world and divided across its four faculties Art, Design, and Humanities; Business and Law; Health and Life Sciences; and Technology (comprising Computing Sciences and Engineering). There is also the Institute of Creative Technologies which researches the intersections of art, science, technology and multidisciplinary working.

Key statistics

Total UG Students Total PG Students International Student Student Faculty Ratio
17,140 3,765 23% 19:1

The university places a strong emphasises on career-relevant skills. Many of its courses are endorsed by professional bodies and teaching is aligned with current industry practices. Its extensive links with business mean many students undertake a work placement with a variety of organisations that include the BBC, the NHS, HP and Deloitte. The university offers a number of placement opportunities, giving students the chance to experience a real-life working environment. DMU also has its own placement scheme, Frontrunners, which offers students the chance to apply for a placement within the university itself. It also offers careers advice, a range of careers fairs, internship programmes and knowledge-transfer partnerships.

Entrepreneurs are catered for with supported workspace for new businesses and grants, and prizes for those with creative and innovative ideas. Every student at DMU is given the chance to enhance their CV by becoming involved in the university's community initiative - the Square Mile project - which offers internships, project management experience and a range of volunteering opportunities.


DMU’s campus is only a five minute walk to the city centre, which is home to a range of shops, cafes and a thriving nightlife, while the university’s QEII leisure centre has a vast number of facilities open to students including a climbing wall, a 25 metre swimming pool and a dance studio.

For extra-curricular activities, students have over 140 clubs and societies to choose and the university also hosts guest lectures on campus with those who are leaders in their field: shoe designer Jimmy Choo and the novelist (and alumnus) Adele Parks among them.

DMU has recently invested £136million in redeveloping its city centre site, to improve teaching rooms, eating areas and the Students’ Union, as well as to enhance the green space that surrounds the campus.

Other developments are underway, including the restoration of the Great Hall of Leicester Castle, which is to be transformed into a business school and offer a portfolio of new courses.

Notable Alumni

·        Charles Dance OBE – actor.

·        Keeley Donovan – BBC Look North’s weather presenter.

·        Louis de Bernières – novelist.

·        David Shrigley – artist.

·        Ken Shuttleworth – architect.

English Language Requirements


International Year Zero: Minimum IELTS 4.5 with pre-sessional English

Undergraduate Course:

  • IELTS 6.0 for Art, Design, Engineering and Computing subjects
  • IELTS 6.5 for Pharmacy, Business, Law, Social Sciences, Sciences and Humanities subjects
  • IELTS 7.5 for Speech and Language Therapy

Postgraduate Courses:

  • IELTS 6.0 for Art, Design, Engineering and Computing subjects
  • IELTS 6.5 for Business, Law, Social Sciences, Sciences and Humanities subjects 
  • IELTS 7.0 for GDL Law

 Students are required to have an IELTS certificate from the last two years. If you do not have IELTS

certificate, we may be able to assess your English with a Skype interview if you have achieved 60% in

your English subject in the Standard 12. If you pass this Skype interview, we can waive the IELTS requirement

from your conditional offer.

DMUs' Centre for English Language Learning (CELL) is British Council accredited and offers a range

of courses designed to help students improve their language skills from IELTS 3.0 to 6.5 before they begin their studies.


Foundation / International Year Zero

Standard XI with average 50%, or Standard XII with average of 45% or above


  • Minimum of 65% average in your four best subjects (excluding Hindi) at Standard XII for entry onto the first year of an undergraduate degree. They may also check your standard 10 results in English and Maths.
  • For Engineering courses, you will need a minimum of 60% in Maths. They have a range of foundation courses available, if you do not meet this level.
  • Some courses have additional entry criteria such as a portfolio, an audition, or require a student to have a particular A-level grade.
  • Credit transfer to year 2 or 3, subject to match module.


  • Minimum score of 55-65% in your first degree.
  • Some courses have additional entry criteria such as a portfolio, work experience or require you to have a degree in a related field.
  • An equivalent academic or professional qualification may be acceptable.


Accommodation for International Students

  • DMU offers guaranteed accommodation for international students, with 5 halls to choose from.
  • It offers a range of high standard accommodation for their students, with ten halls of residence –

and around 3,000 rooms – all of which are within easy walking distance of the campus. There is a

choice of mixed or same-gender flats, shared kitchen and laundry facilities, furnished bedrooms

(some with en suite facilities) and internet access.

  • You will need to be a full-time enrolled DMU student for the duration of your stay to be eligible for accommodation in halls of residence. 


Who is eligible for university sourced accommodation?

  • All new full-time first year undergraduate students who choose DMU as their firm (first) choice
  • All new and returning full-time undergraduate and postgraduate international students

Conditional Offer

                    7-10 Days

Unconditional Offer

1 Week


1 Week

£5,000 India GREAT Scholarship

Awarded in partnership with the British Council to 5 Indian students.

£3,000 India Regional Scholarship

Awarded to 20 students from specific regions of India.

         £1,500 India Discount

OR DMU Global Internship

Awarded on a first-come, first-served basis to students applying from India, upon payment of a £3,000 tuition fee deposit.

Eligible students will choose a discount or an internship and are not eligible for both

Quick Facts

Institution TypePUBLIC

Founding Year1870


IntakeJanuary and September


Full-time UG & PG Fees 12,250 GBP to 17,280 GBP according to your course.

Cost of Living

The cost of accommodation – either halls of residence or privately rented accommodation (in which case you should expect to pay at least £4,400–£5,000 per year); • living costs, such as food, travel, laundry and entertainment – we suggest you plan to spend approximately £6,500–£10,000 per year;

Ranking of Universities

The Complete University Guide 2018 : 82

World University Rankings 2017 : 601-800

The Guardian University League Tables 2018 : 94


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