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|Part of:||Tuition Fee Regulations|
The University’s Tuition Fee Policy and Regulations sets out the operating framework in application of tuition fees for taught and research provision for home/EU and international students. The document provides clarification on payment dates, arrangements to pay and sanctions for non-payment. The Regulations also reference any fee remission available for the academic session and eligibility criteria. The Withdrawal/Intercalation Policy contained therein clarifies fee liability for home and EU students who withdraw or intercalate from their studies.
- Students who are in debt to the University at the time of graduation for academic related debt will be refused attendance at the graduation ceremony and the debt will be referred for external collection. The formal certificate will be withheld until full payment has been received. This includes academic related debt for students who are registered for an Edge Hill award or credit at a partner institution of the University.