University of Surrey


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Accounting and Finance BSc (Hons)


Tution Fees: 18,500

Accounting and Finance MSc


Tution Fees: 20,200

Acting BA (Hons)


Tution Fees: 18,500

Acting MA


Tution Fees: 18,000

Acting MFA


Tution Fees: 15,900

Actor-Musician BA (Hons)


Tution Fees: 18,500

Advanced Geotechnical Engineering MSc


Tution Fees: 21,700

Aerospace Engineering BEng (Hons)


Tution Fees: 21,700

Aerospace Engineering MEng


Tution Fees: 21,700

Air Transport Management MSc


Tution Fees: 18,000

Artificial Intelligence MSc


Tution Fees: 22,400

Automotive Engineering BEng (Hons)


Tution Fees: 21,700

Automotive Engineering MEng (Hons)


Tution Fees: 21,700

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The University of Surrey is one of the UK’s top professional scientific research and technological university.It specialises in science , engineering , medicine and business. It is a major centre for satellite and mobile communications research.

Key statistics

Total UG Students Total PG Students International Student Student Faculty Ratio
12,000 2,600 28% 14:1

 Located within the beautiful safe and secure campus of Stag hill and Manor park , it is just 10 minutes walk from the historic town of Guildford . Set in the heart of Surrey , voted the UK’s safest county , it is just 34 minutes by train from Central London and is conveniently located close to Heathrow and Gatwick international airports.

 The university has a world class profile and leading reputation in teaching and research. Students enhance and devlop their skills for independent academic studies , digital media literacy, innovation and working in professional contexts. There is strong focus on employability , with work placements offered in UK and overseas . They share their knowledge and make new discoveries through innovative research , business collabrations and teaching.

The university is committed to work closely with students , business , government and civil society to transistion knowledge to the benefit of humanity.

 The university helps students to master their subjects with a deep access to different topics in different fields . The 24/7 access to library and learning centre gives freedom to students to a wealth of information leading to all round personal development .

The various activites carried out in the campus help the students rediscover their passion , overcome their weakness and just find new energy level at every step they put forward.

The university offers all the modern day amenities , modern lecture theatres , teaching rooms , computer science labs , library , bookshop , post office , convenience stores food and drink outlets.

The professional training placements give their best training and knowledge . Personal and professional development of students is their ultimate goal and it enhances their chances to compete in their life.

The university is committed to provide help to the students to acquire the tools they need to make a meaningful contribution to the world.

Some of the notable alumni includes    Theoretical physicist Jim Al-Khalili (BSc; PhD)

President of Mauritius Ameenah Gurib (BSc)

Labour Member of Parliament Liz McInnes(MSc)

Conservative peer Jim O'Neill, Baron O'Neill of Gatley (PhD, 1982)

Psychologist Linda Papadopoulos (MSc)

 Wolf Prize in Agriculture laureate John Pickett(BSc, 1967; PhD, 1971)

 Conservative Member of the European Parliament Kay Swinburne (MBA)



English language requirements

The following qualifications are accepted by the University as evidence that you meet our minimum level of competence in English: 

  GCSE English Language grade C or Grade 4, or above

 Country equivalencies for GCSE English Language grade C/4 as defined on the Qualification Database

 iGCSE English as a First Language grade C, Second Language grade B, in all four elements

 International Baccalaureate English grade 4 at either standard or higher level where the IB meets the normal, academic, entrance requirements

 AS Level in English Language or English Literature

 A level in English Language or  English Literature

 European Baccalaureate English 6 (Language 1/2) or 7 (Language 3)

  Successful completion of a University of Surrey Pre-sessional English Language programme immediately preceding the main degree programme

  Pearsons Test of English - the test must have been taken within two years of the start of the course

  IELTS (Academic) - the test must have been taken within two years of the start of the course

  TOEFL (ibt)- the test must have been taken within two years of the start of the course

   Trinity College London Integrated Skills in English (ISE) - the test must have been taken within two years of the start of the course

   Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English

 Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English

Required for entry to your course

  • International Foundation Year: Academic IELTS for UKVI** 6.0 (minimum 5.5 in all subskills)
  • Extended International Foundation Year: Academic IELTS for UKVI** 5.5 (minimum 5.0 in all subskills)


Applicants taking non-UK qualifications must obtain a suitable equivalent for entry to undergraduate study. The table below shows grade equivalencies for the selected country.

UK requirement (A-level)


West Bengal board

Other boards

Standard XII equivalent






















If you do not meet the entry requirements, we also offer a pathway to undergraduate study with the International Foundation Year at the university's International Study Centre.

Subject requirements

For courses that have specific subject requirements at A-level:

UK subject requirement (A-level)           


West Bengal board

Other boards

Standard XII equivalent

Grade A




Grade B





All applicants for undergraduate courses must also meet a minimum standard in English and Mathematics.

English: Standard XII, English 70% (or 60% from West Bengal Exam Board).

Mathematics:  Standard XII,

Mathematics Pass.

                         All India Secondary School Examination, C2.

                         Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Examination, 6.

Some courses may require higher grades in English and Mathematics and/or additional subjects, so please check the requirements provided on individual course pages.


Holders of Bachelor's degrees, with high scores in appropriate subjects from a Central or State University will be considered for postgraduate Masters programmes. Holders of Masters degrees will be considered for MPhil/PhD study.

For courses that require a 2.1, students would need to have achieved between 60%-75%.

For courses that require a 2.2, students would need to have achieved between 55%-60%.




Staying in University-managed accommodation, you will find it easy to settle in and feel at home when you move to Surrey. Share with students studying different courses, from all over the world. University-managed accommodation is the ideal place to make great new friends.

Options to suit you

Choose from our range of self-catered student housing to suit all budgets. Arranged in Courts of Residence, they give you a living space to make your own. You will find them within easy reach of the International Study Centre, whether you get here on foot or by bus.

Great locations

Manor Park is a car-free student village in an area of wonderful natural beauty. Here you will find over 1,800 en-suite rooms, only a twenty minute walk from Stag Hill campus. Manor Park has a cafe and it is easy to get to the Olympic-standard facilities at Surrey Sports Park from here.

Stag Hill campus is the main site, close to all the main campus amenities. Guildford town centre is a ten-minute walk away.

Hazel Farm is only two miles from Stag Hill campus, and a little over three miles away from the International Study Centre. It is an ideal choice if you are looking for a more affordable option. A regular, free bus service takes you to and from campus.

What is included?

All rooms include a bed, desk and chair, reading lamp, bookshelf and clothing storage. Kitchens are supplied with a cooker, fridge and freezer, microwave, kettle, toaster, iron and ironing board. You will also have broadband internet connection and personal belongings insurance. With easy access to these daily living amenities means you will find your room comfortable.

All Courts also provide a communal TV room (except Bellerby Court). Most apartments are mixed gender but single-sex apartments are available in most Courts. All communal areas and bedrooms are non-smoking.

Bedding is not supplied. You can buy bedding packs from the University’s online shop. You will also need to supply your own cutlery, crockery and kitchenware.

Please secure your accommodation before arriving in the UK to study. This will ensure that you have no difficulty confirming your course at immigration or police registration (if required).

  1. Request accommodation when you apply for the International Study Centre.*
  2. Confirm your place at the International Study Centre. Our accommodation team will then contact you with your University Student ID and an invitation to apply for accommodation online.
  3. Apply for accommodation online. The University will then send you a room offer.
  4. Accept the room offer by signing and returning the Occupancy Agreement to the University and making all due payments. Please read the University of Surrey’s terms & conditions and accommodation cancellation policy.




UG: All self-funding students will receive a scholarship of £2,000 a year

       All outstanding international students (e.g. 1st class, A grade) will receive a scholarship of £4,000 per year


PG: All self-funding international students will receive a scholarship of £2,000

       All outstanding international students (e.g. 1st class honours degree holders) will be automatically considerend for a scholarship of £4,000

There are a number of scholarships available to under graduate and postgraduate students:

GREAT Surrey Scholarships 2017

Surrey MBA Scholarships

Editex Thesis Write-up Scholarship

Surrey International Scholarship for Excellence

There are numerous other scholarships.Please refer university website for detail qualifications required.

Other scholarships

You can also apply for the British Government's Chevening Scholarships, and a variety of private agencies and charities for scholarships, bursaries and grants to study in the UK. For more information visit the British Council website or the UK Council for International Student Affairs website.

Quick Facts

Institution TypePUBLIC

Founding Year1891


IntakeJanuary/February 2022,September/October 2022,


Full-time UG & PG Fees 16000 GBP to 22000 GBP

Cost of Living

You will need to budget carefully to cover all your living costs, which include accommodation, clothes, transport, books, food and entertainment, plus your flight to the UK. It is very difficult to estimate how much money you will spend in a year as it depends on an individual’s lifestyle and circumstances. The University of Surrey estimates that you will need at least £250 per week to cover your general living expenses, including rent. This amounts to approximately £13,000 for one full calendar year

Ranking of Universities

The Complete University Guide 2018 : 13

World University Rankings 2017 : 251-300

The Guardian University League Tables 2018:  10

QS World University Ranking 2018: 272



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