Paying fees and charges
If you're paying fees yourself, with a loan or through a sponsor, you'll find details here on the options available to pay your tuition fees, resit charges and accommodation fees.
Find out about fee rates, instalment plans, arranging for a sponsor to pay for you, other ways to to pay and payment deadlines and penalties.
Tuition fee payment schedule
You need to make arrangements to pay your tuition fees before the start of the academic year or you won't be able to register.
Paying for your accommodation
If you live in a University residence, you need to make arrangements to pay accommodation fees after you've accepted your accommodation contract.
How to pay
We have a number of ways for you to pay your University tuition, re-sit and accommodation fees including online by credit or debit card, bank transfer, over the phone or in person.
If you are having some or all of your fees paid by a sponsor. Your sponsor will need to provide a letter detailing how much they are going to pay.
Tuition fee liability
When you register on your course you become liable to pay tuition fees. If you leave before the end of your course, we calculate your fees based on your leaving date. If your account is in credit once the fees are recalculated, refunds will be made to the account from which the original payment was made.
Late payment fees
You will incur a late-payment administration charge if we do not receive your payments to the University on the date they are due.
Professional and career development loans
A professional and career development loan (PCDL) is a commercial bank loan for learners to help pay for work-related learning. Learners can borrow from £300 to £10,000 from a participating bank to help support their course.
Allowing others to contact us on your behalf
Although we usually deal directly with our students, third parties can contact us if they will be paying your tuition or accommodation fees.