The Income Section of the Finance Department is responsible for collecting student fees (tuition fees, related charges and costs), and offers a number of payment methods and options for paying tuition fees.
Tuition fees and related charges are due in full on or before matriculation at the start of the academic session and each new session thereafter.
Guidance on paying fees as part of the matriculation process.
For more information about matriculation please refer to the Academic Registry website.
The Income Section of the Finance Department is responsible for securing payment of the fees and charges promptly and in full, and for initiating recovery action if this fails.
Different options for paying tuition fees are available, based on whether students are self-funded or sponsored.
Details on the different means to make payment of any tuition fees owed to the University.
University policy on student fee collection and information on non-payment and arrears.
Details on the meaning of frequently used terms in relation to tuition fees.
Details of communication methods used by the Income Section and how to make a suggestion, comment or complaint.
Guidance on paying fees for international undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Guidance on paying fees for distance learning students.
The Income Section is also responsible for refunding credit balances of student fees.
Policy, procedure and schedule regarding the refund of credit balances for tuition fees, related charges and costs.
General information on paying tuition fees can be found in the Tuition Fees Frequently Asked Questions document.
Registry is responsible for registration and student administrative matters, including tuition fee rates.
For information about paying accommodation fees please refer to the Accommodation Services website.
This article was published on Aug 25, 2012