How to pay your tuition fees

There are a number of ways you can pay your fees.

Please read our advice sheet: 2023 Payment Reminder - Important Information.


If you (or your parents/family) are responsible for paying your fees - rather than have them paid by an organisation/institution - then there are a number of ways to pay your tuition fees.

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If an external organisation (i.e. NOT a friend/relative or the SLC) is responsible for payment of all or part of your tuition fee, the University will send an invoice to your sponsor on your behalf.

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English Language Centre

If you are studying a Pre-Sessional English course, please visit the English Language Centre website for paying for details on paying your fees.

Interrupting or withdrawing from your studies

Please note that interrupting or withdrawing from your studies will affect your fees.

Fees charged to registered students will be calculated based upon the date the University is formally informed of any change in registration. Students should therefore follow the University’s formal procedures for interrupting or withdrawing from study. Further information can also be found at: Interrupting or withdrawing will affect your fees 2023 (PDF).

If you are receiving maintenance payments from Student Finance, you will be contacted by Student Finance to request the return of any overpayment of your maintenance loan in line with the liability points of your withdrawal date. You are strongly advised to discuss this in detail with our Money Advice and Guidance Team at before finalising your decision to withdraw.

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