I’m a student at UoT doing the games design degree. The course is quite good for 3d (modules & labs for 3ds max and softimage, animation software, photoshop & more) animation and texturing. I know quite a few students who are from europe. Here is the information I could find on the website.
If you are a national of a member country of the European Community you may be eligible to have most of your course fees paid by the UK Government through the Department for Education and Skills (Dfes). The amount of fee assistance available will depend on the income of the student’s parents/spouse or, in some cases, on the level of assistance received from the home authorities. You may be asked to pay towards your University fees and the Dfes will inform you of the level of contribution you will be expected to make. The contribution is from nil to a maximum of £1,100 per annum (for Academic Year 2002/2003) and is payable to the University.
To be eligible, you must:
Fulfil the criteria for home fee status (ie have lived within the EU for three or more years before you start the course) and be an EU National or the child of an EU National, and
be attending the whole of a course which is designated for mandatory award purposes (most degrees and HNDs), and
Not be receiving an award (grant) from an LEA, and
Not be repeating a year of the course.
If you think you are eligible and have not received an application form EU3 through UCAS, you should apply to the DfEE Distribution Centre, tel: +44 1623 724503.
Continuing students who first enrolled in academic years 1998/99 and 1999/2000 should receive form EU3(A) direct from the DfEE at their last known address.
Please note: you will need to re-apply for fees help every year that you are planning to study. The University has flexible payment arrangements for fees and accommodation. For details contact the University Finance Department on +44 1642 342156.
The normal international student tuition fees are:
£7,650 per annum for laboratory-based courses and the MBA
£6,650 per annum for classroom-based courses excluding the MBA
There are exceptions to this:
Physiotherapy/Occupational Therapy/Radiography courses
Students on these courses may incur additional costs associated with their study. Students should check the full extent of fees payable with University of Teesside Finance Department.
Students on a full year placement
Students undertaking a year long work placement as part of their course will pay reduced rate of £510 for that one year
The University offers an International Scholarship in the form of a reduction against this fee to eligible students.