Tuition Fees by Direct Debit

You may opt to spread the cost of your tuition and accommodation fees over monthly or quarterly instalments. We offer either a quarterly or monthly plan that commences from the start of the academic year:

Please note that you may not receive your schedule of payments (Advance Notification) until you have registered with the University for the current academic session.

Tuition Fees

  • Quarterly instalments collected on the first working day of November, February, and May
  • Monthly instalments collected on the first working days of October through May

Please note that if you join the university part way through an academic session and choose to pay by Direct Debit you will join the scheme at the next convenient payment date.  All tuition fee instalment plans must end after May’s payment to ensure that the fees are collected prior to the end of the current academic session.

To be eligible to pay by instalments, you must have a UK bank account that accepts Direct Debits. If you are unsure of the type of account you have please check with your bank or building society.

Interest Charge on Tuition Fee Direct Debits

If the total of your tuition fee Direct Debit plan is greater than £9,500 a non-refundable interest charge will be applied that will not exceed 1% above the base rate of the Bank of England at the time of the instalment plan application. Accommodation fee Direct Debit plans are not subject to interest charges. 

Change of Bank Account Details

If you are an existing Direct Debit payer and wish to amend your bank account please contact Accounts Receivable via Service Now.


You have the right to cancel your Direct Debit at any time. To cancel your Direct Debit please contact accounts receivable via Service Now. Please be aware that if you cancel your Direct Debit, the balance of your account will fall due immediately.

Late Payment

The University incurs additional administrative costs when collecting late payments. If we fail to receive payment when requested, a default charge of £50 or 1.5% (whichever is greater) will be charged to cover these costs.

Direct Debits Explained

A Direct Debit is an instruction from you to your bank or building society, that tells them to pay the University agreed amounts from your account. You will receive a list of the collection dates and the amounts when we set up your Direct Debit (this is called an Advance Notice).

As long as you do not cancel your Direct Debit we will continue to automatically collect payments for your fees this way in your future years of study and will send you a new Advance Notice at the start of each academic session. These payments will be taken from your bank account automatically on the collection dates.

When you are paying by Direct Debit instalments, you are protected from errors by the Direct Debit Guarantee.





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