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- tuition fee reduction
Goldsmiths Excellence Fee Waiver is available to home and international students, enrolling in a Master course, within the university.
10% fee discount to home students and the equivalent amount in pounds sterling to international students.
- Home and international students (full-time and part-time) who received a first class undergraduate honours degree from a British higher education institution
- You must be applying for a taught Masters programme (MRes and PGCE programmes are not included).
Study experience required
You do not need to apply for the Excellence Fee Waiver, Awardees must meet all other eligibility criteria at the point of enrolment or they will no longer be eligible for the award.
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