Funding from the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man
If you receive funding for your tuition fees from the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man, you must send your award letter to the Fees team.
How to apply for a tuition fee loan
If you live on Jersey, Guernsey or the Isle of Man you should apply directly to your local Student Finance body for undergraduate or postgraduate funding.
You won’t be eligible for funding from the UK Student Loans Company through Student Finance.
If the loan does not cover the full amount of your tuition, you will need to pay the remaining amount yourself.
How to pay your tuition fees
Send the Fees team your award letter
Once your funding has been confirmed, you should send a copy of your award letter to the Fees team.
After we receive your award letter, we will invoice your funding provider, and they will pay your tuition fees directly to the University.
Register how you will pay your tuition fees (if you have not done so)
This form gives you directions on how to pay your tuition fees and lets our team know how you intend to pay your fees. If you have not yet filled it out, you should do this now.
You will need to complete this form once at the start of every academic year, or whenever the way you fund your studies changes.
You do not need to complete this form if you have done so previously in the current academic year. Only complete it again if the way you fund your studies has changed.
Complete student registration online
As part of the matriculation process, you will need to complete online registration for each academic year. We cannot issue an invoice for your remaining tuition fees until you complete student registration.
Pay any remaining tuition fees
pay by instalment by setting up a Recurring Card Payment (RCP) so we can take payments on fixed dates throughout the academic year
make one payment
Check My finance
My finance is now available
My finance is now reopen. You can use it to make payments for fees.
If you can't see a payment applied to your invoice on the system, please allow a couple of days before trying to view it again. Our team is actively working on this.
We are still in the process of charging some fees, so you may not see an invoice when you log in initially. The Fees and Student Support Team are working actively on this and hope to have all fees charged by the end of September.
Deposit payments have still to be recorded on the system. These will be deducted from your tuition fee invoices in the next two weeks.
Please be aware that sponsor invoices may not appear on your account until end of September.
If you have any problems making a payment, you can contact the EdHelp team via their website edin.ac/edhelp or by calling 0131 651 5151 and selecting the option for questions regarding fee payments (phone lines open Monday to Friday, 10am to 4.30pm), but will be closed on Monday 19th of September.
You will be able to see a record of your tuition fees payments by checking My finance (MyEd).
Do you need help?
You may need to pay other fees for your programme (for example, module fees or dissertation fees).
You can find out if you need to pay extra fees for your programme on the University’s degree finder.
The amount you owe will appear in My finance after your invoice has been raised.
Module fees and individual course fees
Any module or individual course fees must be paid as soon as possible and before the start date of your course. You cannot pay these as instalments.
Dissertation fees and postgraduate research costs
Dissertation fees and postgraduate research costs can be paid as part of your instalment plan.
If you have paid a deposit towards your programme, this will be deducted from the total amount of fees you have to pay.
Your deposit will not appear on your invoice.
If you pay your deposit early in the year, there may be a delay before this shows on your student account.
If you pay your tuition fees in one payment, make sure you deduct the deposit from the total amount.
If you pay with RCP (Recurring Card Payment), the deposit will automatically be deducted from your 3 instalments.
If you’re having financial problems, we encourage you to book an appointment to speak to our team. We will offer support and provide options available. We hold these appointments on Microsoft Teams.
Before your appointment, think about a payment plan that might work for you.
We will assess your circumstances and decide on the best plan for you.