Paying your tuition fees

We are pleased to offer a choice of payment options for:

  • Undergraduate full-time/placement/home and EU students who do not wish to take out the Student Loan for Tuition Fees.
  • Other fully or partially self financing students including international students.

To be fully enrolled onto your programme, we request that tuition fees are either paid in full or an instalment arrangement is in place prior to enrolling or arriving at the University. Please note that if you have not made arrangements to pay all or any part of your fees, you will receive only Temporary Enrolment status and be given notice to arrange payment.

Important: Full-time undergraduate home students must be fully enrolled to receive Maintenance Grants and Loans.

Payment options

  1. Pay in full
    Payment is accepted by credit/debit card or by cheque.
  2. Pay in instalments
    For fees and contributions to fees of £500 or more. Fees are divided into 3 equal instalments (Home, EU and NTIC students) due at the start of each term. If you are required to pay an advanced payment, this will be deducted from the total cost and the remainder is divided into two equal instalments (International students).

How to pay

Pay online
The University offers an online payment facility where you can choose to pay in full or in instalments by credit/debit card or by direct debit from a UK bank account. Paying online is the preferred method of payment and we assure you that all information is held in an encrypted form in a safe environment.

Pay by post
Where it is not possible to use the online payment system, you can send payment in full by post in the form of a cheque. Please send your payment with a completed fee payment form which can be downloaded and printed.

Form for paying in full by cheque PDF icon .

Further information can be found at the following links:

If you have any further queries, please contact the Finance office.