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Fee payments

Paying tuition fees

Paying your tuition fees can seem like a daunting process, but we aim to make it as stress-free and simple as possible.

New students

When starting a course you will need to sign an enrolment form that formally confirms you are liable to pay tuition fees. All students have to pay half of their tuition fees on their first day.

If you are sponsored, or receive a student loan, your fees will be paid directly by your sponsorship organisation or the Student Loans Company. You will need to show evidence of your loan or sponsorship on enrolment.

Overseas students

Overseas students usually have to pay a deposit of 50% before they start the course.

Continuing students

You cannot continue a course unless you have paid all the fees for the previous year and agree to pay the coming year’s fees. If you are sponsored or have a student loan, we will send confirmation of your re-enrolment to the Student Loans Company directly.

Payment

If you have to pay fees it is possible to pay either in instalments, or in full.

Paying in full

You can pay by:

  • credit/debit card
  • cash
  • bank transfer
  • cheque

Paying in instalments

Two equal instalments: 50% on enrolment and 50% by 31 December (31 May for February starters).

Four equal instalments: 50% on enrolment, then three equal payments on the last working day of the month commencing in October (March for February starters).

Nine instalments: 20% on enrolment, then eight equal payments by direct debit on the last working day of the month commencing in October, or via automatic payments from your credit or debit card (please note that this particular option is only available to postgraduate students).

If you are late with an instalment you may have to pay an extra charge of £100.

Please note that the paying in instalments option is not applicable to Study Abroad and Study in London Programme students.

Economic sanctions

The University is unable to accept payments originating from the following list of countries sanctioned by either the UK or the US. Students wishing to pay their fees from a non-uk bank account will be asked to confirm the source of funding. Currently the sanctioned countries are:

  • Crimea
  • Cuba
  • Iran
  • North Korea
  • South Sudan
  • Sudan
  • Syria

Further information

If you would like to pay by instalments or if you are unsure how much you need to pay, please contact the Income Collection Team at:

incomecollection@londonmet.ac.uk or on +44 (0)20 7423 0000 (Income Collection).

For more details on tuition fees please see our fee payment policy.

Ways to pay your fees

Paying your tuition fees

Fee repayments explained

Students can pay their tuition fees by a number of methods. Students who are paying their own tuition fees can do so by credit/debit card (if paying either in full or by instalments)

Tuition fee payment

Payments and fees

Our tuition fee payment procedure includes important information about paying your tuition fees.

Contact Information

Contact Information

Amount Due/Instalment Arrangements

Queries relating to invoices and amounts due, instalment arrangements, direct debits and automatic credit card payments, should be directed to the Income Collection Team, whose office is located at:

North Campus:
Income Collection
Finance Department
Admin Block

166-220 Holloway Road
London N7 8DB
Tel: 020 7133 2060
Fax: 020 7133 2590
 

Email: incomecollection@londonmet.ac.uk

Make a Payment

If you would like to make a payment or have a query relating to methods of payment or payments already made, please contact our Cashiers Office, located at:

North Campus:
Cashiers Office
Finance Department
Admin Block

166-220 Holloway Road
London N7 8DB
Tel: 020 7133 2016
Fax: 020 7133 2193
 

Email: cashiers@londonmet.ac.uk

Opening Hours

Both Income Collection and Cashiers offices are open from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.