Making Payments

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An International Education,
A London Location,
A Global Future

Flexible Curriculum at Richmond University

Flexible Start Dates

With the opportunity to start your
course in the Autumn (Fall) or the Spring

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British and international internships

Richmond offers all students the opportunity to take an internship

Richmond The American University in London

Academic Requirements

We accept qualifications from around the world

Making Payments


Tuition Deposit Payment (for new Undergraduate Degree students from the US only)

Students from the USA who have applied and been admitted (given an Offer) to our Undergraduate Degree programmes from the USA are required to submit an Admissions Confirmation Deposit to confirm their place and accept their Offer of Admission. This Admissions Confirmation Deposit is deducted from the tuition fees once an applicant enrols at the University.
Important: Please note that the Admissions Confirmation Deposit is non-refundable and non-transferrable should the applicant fail to enrol at Richmond, except in the case of student-visa refusal (please contact the Admissions Office for procedures in this situation).

Priority Deadlines for submitting your Tuition Deposit:

  • Fall semester:   May 1
  • Spring semester:    Nov 1
  • Late deposits will be accepted on a space-available basis.

Making payment for your Admissions Confirmation Deposit*:

  • *Please be sure that you include your Student ID Number in the reference section on payments made by cheques, card, or bank transfers. 
    • You may wish to pay your Admissions Confirmation Deposit by completing the Undergraduate Admission Confirmation Deposit Form, which should be returned by post to our Office of Admissions for North America located in Boston, MA.

    • Additional payment methods: Deposit payments may also be submitted via one of the payment methods below under Payment of Tuition & Accommodation Fees

    If you have questions on how to pay your Admissions Confirmation Deposit, please contact our Office of Admissions for North America at +1 617 450 5617 or email our office at admissions@richmond.ac.uk.

    Housing Deposit

    Please note that the Housing Deposit will be a separate payment to the above Tuition Deposit (if required).

    To secure your housing allocation, payment for the Housing Deposit will be required once you have applied for housing and have been allocated a room. Our Residental Life staff will be in touch once your housing application has been received and processed. If you have any questions please contact the Admissions Office at admissions@richmond.ac.uk.


    Payment of Tuition & Accommodation Fees (All students): 

    For questions regarding fees or payment of fees, please email the Finance Office or call +44 (0)20 8332 8223. All fees are payable in advance however some payment plan options are available dependent on status for certain students.
    – Please be sure to quote your Student ID Number in the reference on cheques, card, or bank transfer payments. 

    Accepted methods of payment:

    Debit or Credit Card

    Payments may be made by debit/credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) over the telephone. To make payment by debit or credit card, please contact the Finance Office +44 20 8332 8223.

    Bank Transfer

    UK / EU / INTERNATIONAL (Non-US) Undergraduate Students plus ALL Postgraduate Students
    To make a bank transfer in pounds sterling, please send to:

    Bank name: HSBC
    Bank address: 67 George Street, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1HG
    Account number: 01666088
    Sort Code: 40-38-18
    Swift Code: HBUKGB4B
    IBAN No: GB18HBUK40381801666088

    Please ensure the student’s name and student ID number are on the bank transfer so that we can allocate the funds correctly.

    Please note that the fee payer is liable for any bank charges that arise.

    If possible, send a copy of the completed transfer by email or fax +44 (0) 20 8940 7717.

    US Undergraduate Students Only
    Transfers may be made in US Dollars to:

    JP Morgan Chase Bank NA
    New York, NY, 10017, USA
    Account number 301177808065
    ABA: 021000021
    SWIFT: CHASEUS33XXX

    Please ensure the student’s name and student ID number are on the bank transfer so that we can allocate the funds correctly. Please quote Student ID Number in payment reference.

    Please note that the fee payer is liable for any bank charges that arise.

    A copy of the bank transfer is required by fax (011 44 20 8940 7717) or scan (finance@richmond.ac.uk) once completed.

    Post

    UK / EU / INTERNATIONAL (Non-US) Undergraduate Students plus ALL Postgraduate Students
    Please send your cheque directly to:

    Finance Office
    Richmond University
    Queens Road
    Richmond
    Surrey TW10 6JP

    Post dated cheques will not be accepted unless prior arrangement is made with the Student Account Manager.

    Please ensure the student’s name and student ID number are on the bank transfer so that we can allocate the funds correctly. Please quote Student ID Number in payment reference.

    Please note that the fee payer is liable for any bank charges that arise.

    US Undergraduate Students Only
    Please send US Dollar checks directly to:

    Richmond the American International University in London
    National bank by Mail
    416 West Jefferson
    Floor L1, Louisville
    KY 40202 – 3202
    USA

    Post dated checks will not be accepted.

    Please ensure the student’s name and student ID number are on the bank transfer so that we can allocate the funds correctly.
    Please quote Student ID Number in payment reference.

    Please note that the fee payer is liable for any bank charges that arise.

    US Aid and Student Finance England eligible students only
    Students may be considered to have a valid payment plan if they are eligible participants of the US Federal Loan programs or eligible for Student Finance England funding. This must be certified and approved by the Financial Aid Office at finaid@richmond.ac.uk or +44 (0) 20 8332 8244 by the due date for payment. Any shortfall in the funding of fees will need to be met by the student.

    Tuition
    The tuition fee does not include the cost of a student’s personal text books, course books or any other additional costs such as museum or theatre visits.

    Room & Board
    The payment for Room & Board entitles the student to full board from Monday to Friday, one meal on Saturday and two meals on Sunday. Clean bed linen is provided weekly, but no towels. The University reserves the right to make room changes at any time during the semester.

    Part-time Students
    Students taking one or two courses (3 to 8 credits) in a given semester are classified as part-time students. Scholarships, financial assistance awards and housing are not available for part-time students.