Online learning students

You can pay in full online with a debit or credit card or the GlobalPay platform which allows bank transfers and payments in other currencies. We can also agree in most cases for fees to be paid by instalment on completion of the recurring card payment instruction.

How to pay your fees

If the programme you’ve applied for has “Part-time Intermittent Study” in the name, you will pay for each individual course as you study it. You are classed as an “Invoiced at Course Level (ICL)” student for fee purposes. Your invoice(s) must be paid within 30 days of the invoice date and can be paid by these payment methods:

Debit or credit card payment

Bank transfer and online payments platform

If the programme doesn't have "Part-time Intermittent Study" in the name, then your student fees must be paid in full on or before matriculation at the start of each new academic year, unless you have arranged to pay by instalment.  As an indication of when payment is expected, students registering in the autumn should pay by 3 October and students registering in January should pay by 3 January.

Payments can be made either by:

Debit or credit card payment

Bank transfer and online payments platform

If you are looking to pay by instalment and fall in this category, you must complete both of the following and our finance team will use this information to set up your instalment as soon as your invoice is raised by the Fees Team:

Register how you will pay your tuition fees (secured)

Recurring card payment instalments


We will usually communicate with you via your University SMS email account but we may also communicate with you using any other contact details you have given the University. It is important to check your emails regularly.

Fee rates

You will be notified of your tuition fee status and the amount of your fees when you apply to study with us. You will also receive this information in your offer of admission from the College in which you will be studying.

Postgraduate tuition fees