Leaving the University early
If you leave before the end of your course, we calculate your fees based on your leaving date and not your last date of attendance, unless these dates are the same.
UK/EU undergraduates and PGCE students
We will charge you fees for every term that you attended the University, in line with tuition fee loan dates set by Student Finance England or your national funding body. If you leave in term one, two or three, we will charge you the following:
- Term one: 25% fees
- Term two: 50% fees
- Term three: 100% fees.
We will charge you fees for every month you were registered at the University. We base our annual fees on nine months of study in one academic year.
Taught and research postgraduates (UK and international)
We will charge you fees for each month you were registered at the University. We base our annual fees on 12 months of study in one academic year.
Full time taught postgraduate students who take temporary leave are charged at the same rate as new students in the year they return. This may lead to an increase in the amount you are required to pay overall.
Research student suspensions
We will not apply an additional charge for a suspension of study agreed by the Graduate Boards Programmes of Study and Audit Group. However, you may pay a higher rate of tuition when you return from your suspension if the fees have increased. Read about suspension of study on our progress monitoring page.
Withdrawal or cancellation
After you have received your offer and up until 14 days after you have registered at the University you have a limited period "cooling off period" in which you may change your mind, withdraw from your place/registration and cancel your contract with the University. You must give written notice of your cancellation to the University within the 14 day "cooling off" period. Please visit www.leeds.ac.uk/cancellation for information on your cancellation rights and statutory cancellation procedure if you wish to use it.