As an externally-funded student the process of paying your tuition fees will depend on the type of external funding you receive. The payment of all fees and charges is always your responsibility.
What does externally-funded mean?
You may be considered an externally-funded student if you are:
- funded by a sponsor
- receiving financial support from your government
- receiving a tuition fee student loan
Receiving funds direct from your sponsor
If you are receiving funds for your students fees direct from your sponsor then you are not considered to be an externally-funded student.
Payment of fees is your responsibility
If your sponsor does not pay the fees invoice within 30 days of the invoice date then you will be liable for payment in full.
If you have applied for external funding but it is not confirmed when you start your programme of study, you will need to make alternative arrangements for payment. This would require you to pay your student fees like a self-funded student.
Payment processes for externally-funded students
UK Government Funded
Sponsorship or scholarship funded
Your student fees account
You can view see if any payments have been made for your student fees in My finance on MyEd.
Sponsors, loan providers and students must not intentionally overpay any fees, charges and costs due or send funds to us in order to obtain student living costs or circumvent any government regulation or restriction.
We must abide by UK money laundering laws. We are not able to act as a clearance account facilitating the disbursement of maintenance funds from an award or loan, except where there is an existing agreement such as disbursements through the US Federal Student Aid program.