Payment Methods

Information on available payment methods.

How may I pay my tuition fees?

There are various ways of paying your tuition fees.

For example, you may have applied to the Student Loans Company for a tuition fee loan or grant or it may be that you have a sponsor, such as an employer, who has agreed to pay your tuition fees.

Alternatively, you may be a self-funding student.

Before considering the general payment options at the bottom of this page, please choose from the two sections below, depending on your residency, for important information on paying your tuition fees and tuition fees payment options.

If you are unsure of your residency, please contact your Faculty Office.

Once you have considered this information, if you are a self-funding student, the various ways of making payment of your tuition fees is available at the bottom of this page.

For example, you may wish to make payment of your tuition fees in full or you may decide to opt for one of our instalment plans.

  • Home/EU/GB

    Student Loans Company Funded Students

    Some students may be eligible for a tuition fee loan or a part-time tuition fee grant.

    Sponsored Students

    Some students may have their tuition fees paid by a sponsor, e.g. an employer.

    Self-Funding Students

    If you are a self-funding student there are various payment methods to choose from when paying your tuition fees.

    You may decide to pay your tuition fees in full or you may prefer to opt for one of our instalment plans, if the balance is £100 or more.

  • Overseas

    Sponsored Students

    Some students may have their tuition fees paid by a sponsor, e.g. an employer.

    Self-Funding Overseas Students

    September 2021 Registrations

    The preference is for tuition fees to be paid in full at registration.

    If you are unable to pay your tuition fees in full, a minimum deposit of £2,000 must be paid by those first commencing their programme in semester 1 and whose year of admission on to the programme is 2021/22.

    An instalment plan should be set up for the balance at registration in order to become a registered student.

    Tuition fees payable by the recurring card payment (RCP) instalment plan are collected in up to five equal consecutive monthly instalments from 1 December to 1 April for students registering in Semester 1.  Direct Debit (DD) instalments are collected on the first day of each month from December until April.

    January 2022 Registrations

    For international students first commencing their programme in January 2022, there is a requirement to pay a deposit of £3,000 before a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) can be issued.

    The preference is for tuition fees to be paid in full at registration.  If you are unable to pay your tuition fees in full, you must pay a minimum of 50%, of the tuition fee due, at or prior to the point of enrolment.  The deposit already paid will be included in the 50% due.

    A recurring card payment (RCP) should be set up for the balance at registration in order to become a registered student.  The RCP plan will be collected in two equal instalments on 1 April and 1 June.

    Self-Funding Overseas Students Distance Learning

    September 2021 Registrations

    A 20% non-refundable deposit must be paid and an instalment plan set up for the balance at registration in order to become registered. New students only with an intake year of 2021/22 who withdraw within 14 calendar days of completing registration, will have tuition fees paid for in that academic year refunded.

    The balance of tuition fees payable by an instalment plan are collected in up to five equal consecutive monthly instalments either by recurring card payment (RCP) or direct debit (DD). RCP instalments are collected from 1 December to 1 April. DD instalments are collected on the first day of each month from December to April.

    January 2022 Registrations

    For international distance learning students first commencing their programme in January 2022, the preference is for tuition fees to be paid in full at registration. If you are unable to pay your tuition fees in full, you must pay a minimum of 50%, of the tuition fee due, at or prior to the point of enrolment.

    A recurring card payment (RCP) plan should be set up for the balance at registration in order to become a registered student. The RCP plan will be collected in two equal instalments on 1 April and 1 June.

Tuition Fees Payment Options