Finance

Online Learning Students

Payment of fees can be made by a variety of methods.

Payment Methods

All students can pay tuition fees and related charges before or during the matriculation process. 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 February.

Fees charged for courses provided on a modular basis are invoiced at course level (ICL) and must be paid within 30 days of the invoice date.

 

Online Learning payment mandate form

You should consider the options and methods for payment as outlined and once you have decided how to pay your fees, use the online learning (OL) mandate form to arrange payment for online learning fees.

The online OL mandate form should be completed no later than one month after the start of your programme of study.

Online Distance Learning Programme mandate Form

 

Two of the payment methods allow payment in local currency for onward transmission to the University in sterling

Bank-to-bank transfer

Debit or credit card payment

 

You can keep check on your full account details through the Student Finance Channel in MyEd, under MyStuff.

Communication

Most of the contact from the Income Section, Finance will be to your University SMS email account but from time to time we may also communicate using any other contact details you have given the University. It is important to check emails regularly.

Fee rates

You will have been notified of your tuition fee status and the amount of your fees when you applied to the University and in your offer of admission from the College in which you will be studying.

The complete table of fees is provided by Academic Registry.

Postgraduate Tuition Fees

Information about online distance learning scholarships is also provided by Scholarships and Student Funding Services, Student Administration.

Online Distance Learning Scholarships