Paying your fees

From links to our online payment portals to advice on sponsorship, tuition fee loans and debts – everything you need to know about paying your tuition fees.

Find information on:
  • how to make a payment 
  • advice for students receiving sponsorship or student loans
  • advice for students studying professional development modules
  • advice on debt and fees payable by students withdrawing or interrupting their studies.

<>What date should I pay my fee by?

If you are paying all or a portion of your tuition fee personally, University policy is that you pay in full upon enrolment, however we do make provision for students who are unable to pay the full amount at once.

If it is not possible for you to pay your tuition fee in full on enrolment, you are able to pay over three instalments as outlined below.
For those programmes commencing between September and December:
  • 33% to be paid by 3 November 2023
  • 33% to be paid by 2 February 2024
  • 34% to be paid by 3 May 2024
For those programmes commencing between January and March:
  • 33% to be paid by 1 March 2024
  • 33% to be paid by 3 June 2024
  • 34% to be paid by 2 September 2024
For those programmes commencing between April and July:
  • 33% to be paid by 3 June 2024
  • 33% to be paid by 2 September 2024
  • 34% to be paid by 2 December 2024
If you have a question in relation to payment deadlines for 2023/2024, please contact the student accounts team by email:
International fee deposits for any students enrolling from January 2024 onwards will be £3,500.

<>Tuition fee fraud

The Higher Education sector is seeing rising levels of fraud in relation to the payment of tuition fees. Please do not pay your tuition fee through a ‘third party facilitator’, particularly if that facilitator approaches you direct and offers a discount. A ‘third party facilitator’ could also be someone known to you, such as another student, or a former student at the same university.

You should only ever pay your fee direct to the University using our authorised payment methods.

Chinese students have been particularly targeted. The City of London Police’s Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit (DCPCU) has issued an information document which provides further information. It is available in  and .

Please stay alert and if you have any concerns please contact the Student Accounts team in the first instance –

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Advice for students studying professional development modules

You should receive a confirmation letter from the Professional Development Unit detailing the cost of your module(s). If you are paying the tuition fee yourself, please ensure it is paid before the module start date. 
If an organisation is paying your fees, please ensure that the sponsorship form, sent to you with your application form, is fully completed and returned to the Professional Development Unit. An invoice will not be sent to your sponsor until this form is received. If your sponsoring organisation is a Health Trust, in order for us to invoice them you will need to provide the PO (Purchase Order) number as assigned by your Health Trust on the sponsor form. Unless your fully completed sponsor form is returned before the module starts you will be considered to be self-paying and required to pay the fee in full at that point. A refund to you can be subsequently arranged if your sponsor pays us later.
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