Paying your tuition fees can seem like a daunting process, but we aim to make it as stress-free and simple as possible.
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 usually have to pay a deposit of between £1000 and £4000 before they start the course. Those who win full scholarships do not pay a deposit.
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.
If you have to pay fees it is possible to pay either in instalments, or in full.
Paying in full
If you pay in full at enrolment you may be entitled to a 5% discount. You can pay by:
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)
If you are late with an instalment you may have to pay an extra charge of £100.
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:
email@example.com or on +44(0)20 7423 0000 (Income Collection).
For more details on tuition fees please see our fee payment policy.