Paying your undergraduate tuition fees
Find out how and when to pay your undergraduate tuition fees.
Applied for the maximum tuition fee loan? If you've applied for the maximum loan the Student Loans Company will pay your fees directly to us at the start of term.
You'll need to pay your tuition fees directly to the University if:
- you're self-funding your studies, or
- you have not applied for the maximum tuition fee loan from the Student Loans Company (SLC).
If you're responsible for paying your tuition fees, you can pay in instalments, depending on the amount, duration of your studies, and whether you have a history of late payments. This is an automatic concession and does not have to be arranged with the Fees Office.
If you're starting in September or October the instalments are due in October (50%), January (25%) and April (25%).
We reserve the right to refuse instalment arrangements for students with a history of late payments to the University.
For more information see tuition fee and payments.
Paying for your accommodation
When you accept your room, you'll need to make an advanced payment. Your rent will then be split over three instalments (one per term). Find out more about paying for your accommodation.
If you require a Tier 4 visa
If you require a Tier 4 visa to study in the UK, you need to provide proof that you can support yourself and pay for your course (this will vary depending on your circumstances). For more information see: Tier 4 (General) student visa (gov.uk).