Services for Students

 

Assessment help

Tuition fees 

Studying at University means you need to pay an annual fee for your tuition.  Tuition fees cover the cost of your teaching and assessment. It also contributes towards operating University facilities such as the library, IT equipment and access to study and personal support facilities.

 

Timeline

The timeline below should help you to understand the how financial elements involved while studying at the University fit into the academic year. Please note, students that do not register or start study in September may be subject to different due/funding dates.

August 

  • Sponsored students can upload sponsor letters to their NottinghamHub accounts.
  • Now is a great time to apply for SLC tuition fee funding if you haven’t already.
  • Have you checked if you are able to apply for other funding?
  • Check this list to make sure you’re prepared to start your study with us/course at Nottingham.
 

September  

  • Incoming students are sent details for setting up their University IT account.
  • Accommodation charges displayed on students’ NottinghamHub accounts.
  • Accommodation deposits are due.
  • Move into accommodation.
  • Start of Autumn Term and Autumn Semester.
  • Registration.
  • First payment of SLC Maintenance Loan made to students.
  • Students expecting to receive payments from the University (stipend/bursary) need to add their bank details and enrol in Direct Deposit via their NottinghamHub account.
 
 

October 

  • Students will receive an email notification to advise that tuition fee charges are displayed on their NottinghamHub accounts.
  • First instalment of tuition fees and accommodation charges are due.
  • Core Bursary paid to students
 

November 

  • Students will receive a reminder if their first instalment of tuition fees remain unpaid – good time to check your SLC loan is in place
 
 

December 

  • Students may have debt sanctions imposed if their first instalment of tuition fees remain unpaid.
  • End of Autumn Term.
 

January 

  • Start of Spring Term
  • Second payment of SLC Maintenance Loan made to students.
  • Core Bursary paid to students.
  • Second instalment of tuition fees and accommodation charges is due.
  • Students may be suspended if their first instalment of tuition fees remain unpaid.
  • Exams.
  • End of Autumn Semester.
  • Start of Spring Semester.
 
 

February 

  • Students will receive a reminder if their second instalment of tuition fees remain unpaid.
 

March 

  • Students may have debt sanctions imposed if their second instalment of tuition fees remain unpaid. 
  • End of Spring Term.
 
 

April 

  • Final payment of SLC Maintenance Loan made to students.
  • Core Bursary paid to students.
  • Students may be suspended if their second instalment of tuition fees remain unpaid. 
 

May 

  • Start of Summer Term.
  • Third instalment of tuition fees and accommodation charges is due.
  • Students will receive a reminder if their third instalment of tuition fees remains unpaid past the due date.
  • Exams.
 
 

June 

  • Students may have debt sanctions imposed if their third instalment of tuition fees remains unpaid.
  • End of Summer Term and Spring Semester.
 

July 

  • Students will be prevented from registering for the new academic year if any tuition fees remain unpaid.
 
 

 

Guidance and support

 

 

Parent, family or friend looking for information

It’s important to remember that everyone who attends university is an adult. That means we can’t share information about them without their consent, even if you are paying fees on their behalf.

Students can view their charges and make payments online via their NottinghamHub account at any time, easy to follow guides can help with this. There are other ways to pay, and students can access FAQ’s and raise queries via Student Enquiry Centre.

The FAQ’s on this page can help if you want to know who to contact in an emergency or if your loved one needs additional support.

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