How to pay
The tuition fees for postgraduate programmes can vary, so we recommend you check the costs before applying. Tuition fees bands are listed on each taught degree and research degree page. Fees are charged based on the number of credits you are studying for, so fees will be lower for a postgraduate Certificate or Diploma.
How to make a payment
There are a number of ways to pay your tuition fees. The simplest method is via our secure online facility. There is no charge to pay by debit or debit card. Alternatively, you can set up a direct debit. For more information about paying your tuition fees, please visit our finance pages.
You may be asked to pay a deposit to confirm a scholarship or bursary that has been offered to you by Loughborough University London. Details on how to pay your deposit are available on our Scholarship Tuition Fee Deposit page.
If you are not receiving a scholarship or bursary you are still able to make a deposit against your tuition fees of a minimum of £2,500. If you are an international student the payment of a deposit can aid with your visa application. Details on how to pay your deposit are available on our "Commitment Deposit" page.
If you are having trouble working out when or how to pay for your fees, you can take a look at our frequently asked questions or get in touch with our friendly Finance team who will be happy to chat through your options. Remember to have your application ID to hand, so that they can help answer your query as quickly as possible.
Tel: 01509 223538
Paying for University accommodation
If you decide to live in University owned accommodation during your studies, the easiest way to pay your accommodation fees is via our secure online facility. You can choose to set up a direct debit or make three separate installments throughout the year. For more information, please see our accommodation website.
Loughborough University London students can choose from a range of privately owned accommodation options that have been approved by the university.
Please note: Students living in private rented accommodation should not make payments for accommodation to the University. To find out how to pay for your accommodation fees, please contact your accommodation provider directly.