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Tuition fees are based on where you are from, what you are studying, whether you are studying full-time or part-time and, in some cases, when you started studying your current programme.

There are also a few exceptional fees for placement years, mobility periods, re-assessments etc. Please see here for further details about Fee Regulations and tuition fee amounts.

You will see the exact amount of fees due on your online student account. Please note that tuition fees are charged based on course/module enrolments so only once you have enrolled onto all your courses will the full tuition fees for the academic year be displayed.

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Tuition fee instalments are set annually; please see the instalment dates for the 2020/21 academic year. 

To discuss alternative payment dates, please contact studentaccounts@nottingham.ac.uk

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The easiest way to pay is online.  Please see here for alternative payment methods
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Once your application has been processed, the Student Loans Company will inform the University of the loan that you have been awarded. 

Find out more about SLC loans and other funding here

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If you are sponsored by a third party such as an embassy, government or employer, you must provide evidence of their sponsorship by uploading the Sponsorship letter onto your MyNottingham account. Please ensure you label the document Sponsorship Letter.

Find out more about Sponsorships.

Find out more about Scholarships and bursaries.

 

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If you have been awarded a scholarship by the University of Nottingham, this should be displayed on your student account as a contribution towards your tuition fees.

If you have any questions about your scholarships please contact financialsupport@nottingham.ac.uk

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You can find out about any funding available through the Bursaries and Scholarships web pages.  

Also, please visit the web pages for your academic School or Department

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This will depend on when you interrupt or withdraw.  Please see the University’s Fee Regulations for the exact details.

If you are thinking of interrupting or leaving your studies, please speak to a member of staff as soon as possible so they can advise you of your situation and options. Find out more here
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Please email tuitionfees@nottingham.ac.uk and we’ll look into your individual queries
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Yes - For most courses, arrangements have been made to deliver the course and any required assessments online to enable progression and minimise disruption to studies as far as possible.  In these circumstances the final tuition fee instalment should be paid.

Where students need extra time to make a payment it may be possible to arrange a payment plan by emailing Student Account Services

Postgraduate Taught Masters Students

For a small number of postgraduate taught students requiring access to labs to work on and complete their projects/dissertations, Schools will be able to offer an opportunity for students to extend their submission deadline for the dissertation into the next academic year and there will be no additional tuition fee charge for this. 

Alternatively, students may choose to request a voluntary interruption of studies until they are able to resume the module (as a first sit) at the relevant time in the next academic year again with no additional tuition fee charge. 

Postgraduate Research Students

For a small number of postgraduate research students requiring access to labs for their research who cannot make progress without this, it is possible to request a short voluntary interruption of studies for up to 60 days to preserve study time and prevent tuition fees accruing during this period.  Where students interrupt their studies the tuition fee is recalculated and the amount due will be adjusted.  International students can interrupt for up to 60 days without this impacting on their Tier 4 student visa.

Students in receipt of a scholarship (tuition fee and/or stipend) during their studies should liaise with their sponsor in advance of requesting an interruption to understand any implications for their funding. 

More information for students funded by the UKRI and UoN is available on our website

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