Fees for PhD programmes…a question…

Fees for doctoral students (ie home / EU PhDs) seem to be about £4k pa for the few universities I have looked at. Yet, fees for home / EU undergrad courses are typically £9k pa. It does not seem logical to me that the higher level course is about half the price. Have I missed something? If not, please discuss…

Professor Alison Hodge, Aston University

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