Details of how to pay your tuition fees are provided on the Finance website.
Your regular statements will include details of when your fees must be paid. If you do not pay your fees on time you should expect to be contacted by the University’s Finance Department and asked to make arrangements to pay your overdue fees.
If you have an approved Student Loan to pay your tuition fees, your statement will show the value of the loan approved by Student Finance, and also when each payment is received. If we are unable to confirm your attendance because we are waiting for a change to the details Student Finance holds about your registration, then there will be a delay before the payment is received by the University. As long as your statement shows that the loan is expected you will not usually need to take any action.
Under Regulation XVI, if your tuition fees are not paid then your results will not be published, and you will not be permitted to progress in your studies, or graduate, until the outstanding fees are settled. Part time students will not be permitted to register for any further modules if tuition fees are outstanding from a previous academic year. If your registration is suspended because of unpaid tuition fees for more than 12 months you will usually have your registration on your programme terminated.