Edinburgh University made £391 million in tuition fees last year

It’s the largest source of income for the university

Edinburgh University made £391 million in tuition fees last year, revealed Edinburgh University’s Annual Report and Accounts.

Around 63 per cent of these fees came from international students, which contributed £244.8 million to the total.

35 per cent of the university’s overall income comes from tuition, and this is the largest source of income for Edinburgh University.

Via Edinburgh University Annual Reports and Accounts

This means that roughly 22 per cent of Edinburgh University’s total income is from international student fees.

The next highest proportion of fees comes from the rest of UK domicile fees, which accounts for £64.9 million.

Scotland home domicile fees account for £40.8 million of the total.

Last year, the university made £346.8 million in tuition fees, which makes this year’s numbers an increase of £43.8 million.

For those who started in the academic year 2020/21, international fees are £20,950, UK fees are £9,250, and Scotland/EU fees are £1,820.

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