Finance

Direct Debit instalments

The University is able to agree in most cases that tuition fees can be paid in three instalments. You must have a UK bank account to pay by Direct Debit instalments.

A Direct Debit involves you providing your UK bank account details to the University and then the University taking the instalment amount from your account on the scheduled dates.

Paying by Direct Debit instalment is easy and there are no extra charges for paying this way so long as payment is made as agreed.

Direct Debit explained

Direct Debit Guarantee - your rights

Dissertation fees

You can pay by instalment for dissertation fees (60 credits) charged for courses provided on a modular basis. However you must pay for all other modular fees charged at individual course level within 30 days of the invoice date.

Setting up your instalment plan

The amount of your first Direct Debit instalment is 50% of your student fees, the remaining two instalments are 25% each of the student fees.

Instalment amounts and dates 2020/21

To pay by Direct Debit you must complete a Direct Debit mandate form before the mandate due date. You must also ensure you have enough money in your account before each instalment due date.

Instalment amounts and dates 2021/22

To pay by Direct Debit you must complete a Direct Debit mandate form before the mandate due date. You must also ensure you have enough money in your account before each instalment due date.

Completing the Direct Debit mandate form

You must complete the Direct Debit mandate form as part of setting up your Direct Debit instalments. You can complete an online or paper version of the form.

Changing or cancelling a Direct Debit

You should notify us if there is a change of bank account, payment method or payer at least 20 days before your next Direct Debit instalment due date. You can cancel a Direct Debit at any time.