The full list of university fees

Here are the details of the fees that universities and colleges in England are planning to charge next year (2012/13).

The table shows, from left to right, the name of the institution, the estimated average fee, and the estimated average fee after fee waivers.

Anglia Ruskin University 8,175, 7,883

Aston University 8,722, 8,430

University of Bath 8,857, 8,320

Bath Spa University 8,653, 8,472

University of Bedfordshire 8,665, 8,665

Birkbeck College 8,462, 8,314

University of Birmingham 9,000, 8,876

Birmingham City University 7,765, 7,486

University College Birmingham 7,800, 7,179

Bishop Grosseteste University College, Lincoln 7,201, 7,201

University of Bolton 7,041, 6,782

The Arts University College at Bournemouth 8,600, 8,497

Bournemouth University 7,889, 7,794

University of Bradford 9,000, 9,000

University of Brighton 8,751, 8,545

University of Bristol 9,000, 8,168

Brunel University 9,000, 8,748

Buckinghamshire New University 7,499, 7,499

University of Cambridge 9,000, 8,728

Canterbury Christ Church University 7,953, 7,751

University of Central Lancashire 8,447, 8,447

Central School of Speech and Drama 9,000, 8,711

University of Chester 8,703, 8,272

University of Chichester 8,500, 7,496

City University, London 9,000, 8,728

Courtauld Institute of Art 9,000, 8,840

Coventry University 7,497, 7,339

University for the Creative Arts 8,500, 8,500

University of Cumbria 8,400, 8,213

Conservatoire for Dance and Drama 9,000, 8,428

De Montfort University 8,739, 8,619

University of Derby 7,336, 7,159

University of Durham 9,000, 9,000

University of East Anglia 8,424, 7,836

University of East London 9,000, 9,000

Edge Hill University 8,717, 8,695

Institute of Education 7,500, 7,500

University of Essex 8,551, 8,487

University of Exeter 9,000, 8,674

University College Falmouth 9,000, 9,000

University of Gloucestershire 8,139, 8,139

Goldsmiths College, University of London 9,000, 8,463

University of Greenwich 7,884, 7,649

Guildhall School of Music & Drama 9,000, 8,689

Harper Adams University College 9,000, 8,958

University of Hertfordshire 7,495, 7,436

Heythrop College 7,553, 7,450

University of Huddersfield 7,950, 7,652

University of Hull 8,861, 8,633

Imperial College London 9,000, 8,583

Keele University 9,000, 8,802

University of Kent 8,762, 8,330

King's College London 9,000, 8,386

Kingston University 7,822, 7,636

Lancaster University 9,000, 8,753

University of Leeds 9,000, 8,644

Leeds Metropolitan University 8,500, 8,500

Leeds College of Music 9,000, 8,805

Leeds Trinity University College 7,651, 7,561

University of Leicester 9,000, 8,433

University of Lincoln 9,000, 9,000

University of Liverpool 8,778, 8,251

Liverpool Hope University 8,250, 8,250

Liverpool John Moores University 8,930, 8,688

Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts 9,000, 8,827

University of the Arts London 9,000, 9,000

London School of Economics and Political Science 8,500, 8,468

London Metropolitan University 6,589, 6,357

London South Bank University 8,323, 8,034

Loughborough University 9,000, 8,779

University of Manchester 9,000, 8,824

Manchester Metropolitan University 7,781, 7,677

Middlesex University 9,000, 8,644

University of Newcastle upon Tyne 9,000, 8,685

Newman University College 8,500, 8,438

University of Northampton 8,500, 8,380

University of Northumbria at Newcastle 8,500, 8,028

Norwich University College of the Arts 8,500, 8,330

University of Nottingham 9,000, 8,770

Nottingham Trent University 8,426, 8,252

School of Oriental and African Studies 9,000, 8,549

University of Oxford 9,000, 8,355

Oxford Brookes University 8,696, 8,148

School of Pharmacy 9,000, 8,711

University of Plymouth 8,778, 8,772

University College Plymouth St Mark & St John 7,753, 7,753

University of Portsmouth 8,485, 7,876

Queen Mary, University of London 9,000, 8,869

Ravensbourne 8,476, 8,291

University of Reading 9,000, 8,332

Roehampton University 7,982, 7,862

Rose Bruford College 9,000, 8,892

Royal Academy of Music 9,000, 8,283

Royal Agricultural College 8,852, 8,285

Royal College of Music 9,000, 8,829

Royal Holloway, University of London 8,911, 8,911

Royal Northern College of Music 9,000, 8,723

Royal Veterinary College 8,732, 8,468

St George's Hospital Medical School 8,544, 8,469

St Mary's University College 7,919, 7,832

University of Salford 8,329, 8,039

University of Sheffield 8,975, 8,553

Sheffield Hallam University 8,500, 8,273

University of Southampton 9,000, 8,164

Southampton Solent University 7,747, 7,747

Staffordshire University 7,599, 7,317

Universities of East Anglia and Essex; Joint 7,911, 7,336

Provision at University Campus Suffolk

University of Sunderland 7,848, 7,618

University of Surrey 9,000, 8,963

University of Sussex 9,000, 8,707

Teesside University 8,239, 8,153

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance 9,000, 8,467

University College London 9,000, 9,000

University of Warwick 8,940, 8,675

University of the West of England, Bristol 9,000, 9,000

The University of West London 7,614, 7,498

University of Westminster 8,004, 7,683

University of Winchester 8,500, 8,361

University of Wolverhampton 8,253, 8,171

University of Worcester 7,643, 7,473

Writtle College 8,000, 7,882

University of York 9,000, 8,343

York St John University 8,339, 7,627

Askham Bryan College 7,000, 6,838

Blackburn College 7,000, 6,913

Blackpool and the Fylde College 6,084, 6,084

Bradford College 6,700, 6,656

City of Bath College 7,500, 7,500

Cleveland College of Art and Design 8,000, 7,465

Croydon College 5,855, 5,435

Hereford College of Arts 8,000, 7,651

Leeds City College 6,200, 6,200

Leeds College of Art 8,250, 7,489

The Manchester College 5,585, 5,372

Northbrook College, Sussex 7,046, 6,805

Plymouth College of Art 9,000, 9,000

Ruskin College 8,500, 8,500

Somerset College of Arts and Technology 7,130, 6,894

Sparsholt College Hampshire 8,346, 8,346

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