Paying your fees

When you are offered a place of study on one of our courses and accept your place, you will be asked to make arrangements for paying your fees.  Depending on your circumstances, the following tuition fee procedures will apply to you.

Where course fees are over £650 per year, you will be able to pay your fees in three equal instalments.

For the next academic year that is due to start in September 2019, your fees will be collected online via your applicant portal where you will be able to set up an instalment plan.  Please note: the first payment will be taken immediately at the point at which you set up the instalments.  Should you wish to withdraw from your place of study, any money paid will be returned in accordance with our refunds policy.  

 Instalment dates are as follows:

    • first instalment at pre-enrolment (to be done by the end of September 2019)
    • second instalment on 15 December 2019
    • third instalment on 15 March 2020

Students applying for a government postgraduate loan will be required to pay 10% of their fee by 21st September 2019. Subsequent instalments will be aligned to instalments you will receive from the Student Loans Company. 

Where fees are less than £650, the full fee is due.

Students should pay online through their applicant portal.

Please note: the option for paying in instalments is only available for self-funding students.

If you will be funded by your employer or another external source, the invoice will be sent directly to the sponsoring organisation and payment is due immediately. 

If your sponsor fails to settle the invoice, you will be liable for all outstanding fees subject to our refunds policy.   

Your sponsor must pay your fees in full at the time of being invoiced.

Please note that we will take all steps to recover fees that are due and unpaid.  We may:

  • record debtors on our databases
  • pass details and information regarding debtors to a debt collection agent
  • withhold certificates
  • refuse attendance at award ceremonies
  • prevent re-enrolment with us until the debt is settled.