You must be aware of and abide by the University’s Policies and Regulations in relation to Student financial matters.  The following Regulations, Rules, Codes, Conditions and Policies relate to student finance:

  • The University Tuition Fees Policy Statement and Tuition Fee regulations;
  • The University Student Debt policy;
  • The Student Advance policy;
  • Credit control and debt management procedures.

The University’s Tuition Fee Policy and Regulations sets out the operating framework for the application of tuition fees for University programmes and courses for all 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 and clarify any fee liability for students who withdraw or intercalate from their studies.

Documents

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 […]

Student Debt policy

This document sets out details on when, where and how payments are made, the availability of payment plans, the sanctions that the University reserves the right to apply in the event of default and the help available to students should they have problems. It is designed to enable the University to optimise the resources available […]