Tuition Fees - Frequently Asked Questions
What are tuition fees?
Tuition fees are fees that are payable when a student begins to study at the University. They include registration, tuition, initial examination, graduation and membership of the University Association. The fee also includes membership of the Students' Union (there is provision for students to opt out of membership).
Further information about these and other fees can be found on our Planning and Management Information Division web page.
How much are tuition fees?
I’ve decided to defer my tuition fees to loan. What do I need to give you?
If you are a Home or EU student, applied, been assessed and received your University/College payment advice letter. Please hand a copy to the Student Fees Team either at registration or the Student Service Centre, University Park.
Do I have to pay my fees in full?
Self-financed students can pay their tuition fees in instalments.
Please see our Instalments section for further details
How do I pay my tuition fees?
When do I pay my tuition fees?
Can I get a discount on my fees?
You may be able to receive a small discount on your fees if you pay by the published date.
Please see our Discount section for further details
Can I pay with a post dated cheque?
Post-dated cheques are not accepted by our Finance office. Please see the section Paying the University for alternative methods.
If I leave now will I get any of my fees back?
If you wish to suspend or withdraw from your course and are wondering if any of your fees would be returned to you, please contact one of the team at email@example.com.
Who do I contact about my tuition fees?
Further information can also be found on our Student Financial Services web page