Struggling to pay your fees
I can’t pay my fees. What can I do?
We would always encourage prospective students to ensure that they have a viable plan in place to cover their living costs and their tuition fees for the duration of their degree, before they start their studies. However, we are here to support you if you ever find yourself in financial difficulty.
If you encounter or anticipate any difficulties with payment of your tuition fees, the most important thing that you can do is to address the issue as soon as possible.
We can help you to look into your funding options and can support you to put forward an alternative payment proposal to the University. You can find our contact details here. Alternatively, you can get in touch with the University’s fee payment team directly here.
What will happen if I don’t pay?
You will be charged a late fee in addition to your debt. The amount that you will be charged can vary according to the size of your debt and how late the payment is.
If your debt remains unpaid, you will receive an email stating you that you need to pay or your access to University services will be cut off within 5 days. This will mean that you will not be able to access the library, MyEd or your University email account.
If, after this, you still have outstanding fees and have not reached an agreement with the University, you will be at risk of dematriculation. Further information on the University’s collection policy can be found here. If you are experiencing difficulties paying your fees please don't hesitate to contact us.
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