Paying tuition fees
Process for paying your tuition fees.
The Finance office is open Monday to Friday from 10.00am to 3.00pm. It is located on the first floor in Ripon Wing.
All students are presented with a list of payment options during the enrolment process at the start of each academic year. You should expect to pay fees for every year you are in attendance.
This information applies to UK and EU-Settled students only. View our information on how to pay tuition fees for EU and International students.
Tuition Fee Loan
If you have applied for a tuition fee loan, Student Finance England (or other relevant Student Loan Company Agency) they will inform the University of the amount of the loan you have applied for and you will be shown at enrolment the outstanding balance you have to pay.
If the University has not yet been informed of your loan from SFE at the time of your enrolment, do not worry. Select the option 'I have applied for a tuition fee loan from SFE/SAAS', this will enable you to complete your enrolment process.
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Payment by credit / debit card
You can make an immediate payment by card via your statement on your e:Vision account or through the University Online Payment System. You will need your student ID number and date of birth to login to the system.
Please note that we are not able to process credit/debit card payments made over the phone.
Updating card details
If the card details you have previously provided on enrolment or directly to the finance office have changed or the card has expired you can update them by using the University Customer Card Update system.
This will allow any future payments to be made automatically from your new card.
Payment by sponsor
If an organisation is paying some or all of your tuition fees you are required to provide the details of the organisation before your enrolment can be completed.