Tuition Deposit Payment (For US Undergraduate Students only)
You may wish to pay your tuition deposit by completing the Undergraduate Admission Confirmation Deposit Form, which can be submitted by post to our Office of Admissions for North America located in Boston, MA. Deposit payments can also be submitted via one of the payment methods below. Please note that deposits are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
Please be sure to quote your Student ID number in the reference on cheques, card, or bank transfer payments
Priority Deadlines for depositing:
- Fall semester – May 1
- Spring semester – Nov 1
- Note: Late deposits will be accepted on a space available basis.
If you have questions on how to pay your tuition deposit, please contact our Office of Admissions for North America at +1 617 450 5617.
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).
Payment may be made as follows:
Debit or Credit Card
Payments may also be made by debit/credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) over the telephone. Please contact the Finance Office +44 20 8332 8223.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
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.
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.