Payment in Full

Tuition Fees can be paid in one single payment to the University, or using an instalment plan for some courses.

The University’s preferred method of payment is online via the University’s website, using a credit or debit card. However, the University will also accept cash up to £3,000 at any given time.

All payments made to the University must be made in £ pounds sterling. Currency conversion costs or other charges incurred in making a payment shall be borne by the payee and shall not be deductible from the amounts due to the University. If you wish to pay online in a different currency, we advise you to use Western Union.

Online payments

Credit and debit card payments should be made online via the University website will be asked to confirm your student number and date of birth. We accept most credit/debit cards. You must ensure that you have sufficient funds, or your credit limit is high enough to cover the value of your fees.

By cash

Cash payments can be made in person at the University’s Finance Office.  For reasons of security, the University would prefer tuition fees to be paid by a more secure method e.g. credit card, cheque or bank transfer. If you choose to pay the University in cash then you must ensure you receive a receipt which you should retain in case you need to query what has been paid.

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