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Payment Options

These payment methods are for 2012/13 and are categorised based on your residency, career status, academic load and enrolment dates. Please select the most appropriate option and click on the See Payment Methods for further information.

The payment options available for 2012/13 are categorised by student career. To review the options available to you, please select the career that applies to you.

 

Undergraduate NI/GB/EU Students

 

Payment Methods for 2012/13

Further Information

Defer Fees

Defer fees by applying for a tuition fee loan with the Student Loan Company (SLC)

 

Please ensure you have completed your application for a tuition fee loan with the SLC as soon as possible.

 

Direct Debit (DD)

Sign up to a Direct Debit (DD)

 

Make a minimum payment of 25% at enrolment, followed by 3 monthly payments from November to January inclusive.

 

The person whose bank account the direct debits are to be paid from must complete a direct debit mandate form and return this to the Income & Student Finance Office for receipt no later than 12th October 2012.

 

A new direct debit mandate form needs to be completed for each academic year.

 

If the bank account holder is NOT A STUDENT at the University, then a  copy of their driver license or recent utility bill, with the account holder address, must be provided with the direct debit mandate form, to verify the identification of the account holder.  Mandates submitted without this identification will be deemed ineligible.

 

 

DD mandate to be completed and deposit paid by 12 October 2012
 

DD Form

 

If you have signed up to pay by DD and the mandate and minimum payment are not submitted by 12 October 2012, a reminder letter will be issued by 1 November 2012 for full tuition fees outstanding.

 

Suspensions will be applied in November 2012 if fees remain outstanding.

 

Exam charges cannot be paid by Direct Debit.

 

The Direct Debt facility is only available to those students who have a UK Current Bank Account (Not a Savings account) which is recognised by the Direct Debt Scheme.

Pay in Full

Pay the full tuition fee on enrolment by credit/debit card

 

Payment can be made, at enrolment, either online, in person or by phone, using a credit or debit card.  Payment can also be made by cheque or bank transfer.  Cash payments are restricted to a maximum of £300 and can ONLY be made at the Income and Student Finance Office.

 

If this option is selected and payment is not made, a reminder letter will be issued by 1 November 2012.

 

Suspensions will be applied by 30 November 2012 if fees remain outstanding.

 

Fee Loan and Payment

A combination of fee loan and payment, with payment due on enrolment

 

If this option is selected and payment is not made, a reminder letter will be issued by 1 November 2012.

 

Suspensions will be applied should these fees continue to remain outstanding.

 

Sponsor

Sponsor to pay fees

 

All sponsor letters need to be submitted by 12 October 2012.

The Letter must be on official letter-headed paper and provide the following details:

 

  • Student name for which sponsoring
  • Contact name
  • Address to which invoices should be sent by the University
  • Contact Telephone Number
  • Contact Email Address
  • Amount of Sponsorship
  • Duration of Sponsorship

 

Sponsor payment is due is due 30 days from date of invoice.

Tuition fee liability will revert to the student if it remains outstanding after the due date.  Sponsors should be aware that any unpaid fees may lead to the student(s) being suspended.


Suspensions will be applied should these fees continue to remain outstanding.

 

A sponsor letter will need to be provided at the begining of each academic year during enrolment and registration for the duration of your sponsorship.

 

 

Postgraduate NI/GB/EU Students

 

Payment Methods for 2012/13

Further Information

Defer Fees

Defer fees by applying for a tuition fee loan with the Student Loan Company (SLC)

 

Students can apply to the SLC for a tuition fee loan for specific courses designated for funding. These include PGCE, MSc Spatial Regeneration*, MArch*, MSc Urban and Rural Design*.

Please ensure you have completed your application for a tuition fee loan with the SLC as soon as
possible.


* Eligible students only - please refer to your Education and Library Board for further information on eligibility

Direct Debit (DD)

Sign up to a Direct Debit (DD)

Make a minimum payment of 25 % at enrolment, followed by 3 monthly payments from November to January inclusive.


The person whose bank account the direct debits are to be paid from must complete a direct debit mandate form and return this to the Income & Student Finance Office for receipt no later than 12th October 2012.

 

A new direct debit mandate form needs to be completed for each academic year.


If the bank account holder is NOT A STUDENT at the University, then a  copy of their driver license or recent utility bill, with the account holder address, must be provided with the direct debit mandate form, to verify the identification of the account holder.  Mandates submitted without this identification will be deemed ineligible.


 

DD mandate to be completed and deposit paid by 12 October 2012
 

DD Form

 

If you have signed up to pay by DD and the mandate and minimum payment are not submitted by 12 October 2012, a reminder letter will be issued by 1 November 2012 for full tuition fees outstanding.

 

Suspensions will be applied in November 2012 if fees remain outstanding.

 

Thesis only charges cannot be paid by Direct Debit

 

The Direct Debt facility is only available to those students who have a UK Current Bank Account (Not a Savings account) which is recognised by the Direct Debt Scheme.

Pay in Full

Pay the full tuition fee on enrolment by credit/debit card

 

Payment can be made, at enrolment, either online, in person or by phone, using a credit or debit card.  Payment can also be made by cheque or bank transfer.  Cash payments are restricted to a maximum of £300 and can ONLY be made at the Income and Student Finance Office.

 

If this option is selected and payment is not made, a reminder letter will be issued by 1 November 2012.

 

Suspensions will be applied by 30 November 2012 if fees remain outstanding.

 

Fee Loan and Payment

A combination of fee loan and payment, with payment due on enrolment

 

If this option is selected and payment is not made, a reminder letter will be issued by 1 November 2012.

 

Suspensions will be applied should these fees continue to remain outstanding.

 

Sponsor

Sponsor to pay fees

 

All sponsor letters need to be submitted by 12 October 2012.

The Letter must be on official letter-headed paper and provide the following details:

 

  • Student name for which sponsoring
  • Contact name
  • Address to which invoices should be sent by the University
  • Contact Telephone Number
  • Contact Email Address
  • Amount of Sponsorship
  • Duration of Sponsorship

 

Sponsor payment is due is due 30 days from date of invoice.
Tuition fee liability will revert to the student if it remains outstanding after the due date.  Sponsors should be aware that any unpaid fees may lead to the student(s) being suspended.


Suspensions will be applied should these fees continue to remain outstanding.

 

A sponsor letter will need to be provided at the begining of each academic year during enrolment and registration for the duration of your sponsorship.

 

 

International UG/PG Students

 

Payment Methods for 2012/13

Further Information

Direct Debit (DD)

Sign up to a Direct Debit (DD)

Make a minimum payment of 25 % at enrolment, followed by 3 monthly payments from November to January inclusive.

 

The Person whose bank account the direct debits are to be paid from must complete a direct debit mandate form and return this to the Income & Student Finance Office for receipt no later than 12th October 2012. 

 

A new direct debit mandate form needs to be completed for each academic year.

 

If the bank account holder is NOT A STUDENT at the University, then a copy of their driver license of recent utility bill, with the account holder address, must be provided with the direct debit mandate form, to verify the identification of hte account holder.  Mandates submitted without this identification will be deemed ineligible.


 

DD mandate to be completed and deposit paid by 12 October 2012
 

DD Form

 

If you have signed up to pay by DD and the mandate and minimum payment are not submitted by 12 October 2012, a reminder letter will be issued by 1 November 2012 for full tuition fees outstanding.

 

Suspensions will be applied in November 2012 if fees remain outstanding.

 

The Direct Debt facility is only available to those students who have a UK Current Bank Account (Not a Savings account) which is recognised by the Direct Debt Scheme.

Pay in Full

Pay the full tuition fee on enrolment by credit/debit card


 

Payment can be made, at enrolment, either online, in person or by phone, using a credit or debit card.  Payment can also be made by cheque or bank transfer.  Cash payments are restricted to a maximum of £300 and can ONLY be made at the Income and Student Finance Office.

 

If this option is selected and payment is not made, a reminder letter will be issued by 1 November 2012.

 

Suspensions will be applied by 30 November 20112 if fees remain outstanding.

 

Combination

A combination of Sponsor/Balance payable at enrolment

 

If this option is selected and payment is not made, a reminder letter will be issued by 1 November 2012.

 

Suspensions will be applied should these fees continue to remain outstanding.

Sponsor payment is due by 31 January 2013. Tuition fee liability will revert to the student if it remains outstanding after 31 January 2013.

Suspensions will be applied should these fees continue to remain outstanding.

 

Sponsor

Sponsor to pay fees

 

All sponsor letters need to be submitted by 12 October 2012.

The Letter must be on official letter-headed paper and provide the following details:

 

  • Student name for which sponsoring
  • Contact name
  • Address to which invoices should be sent by the University
  • Contact Telephone Number
  • Contact Email Address
  • Amount of Sponsorship
  • Duration of Sponsorship

 

Sponsor payment is due is due 30 days from date of invoice.
Tuition fee liability will revert to the student if it remains outstanding after the due date.  Sponsors should be aware that any unpaid fees may lead to the student(s) being suspended.


Suspensions will be applied should these fees continue to remain outstanding.

 

A sponsor letter will need to be provided at the begining of each academic year during enrolment and registration for the duration of your sponsorship.