How to pay
Confirming your place
It is a good idea to secure your place as soon as possible so you can start planning – thinking about accommodation, visa and travel plans. In order to join us, you’ll need to follow a few simple steps to confirm your place:
- Read your offer letter: This will outline any conditions you need to meet and explain your fees and payment plan. Make sure you are aware of any deadlines and any additional requirements to confirm. Some courses may have limited places available, so we highly recommend confirming your place as soon as possible.
- Provide the relevant documents: Once you meet all the conditions and provide all relevant documents (including a copy of your valid passport, your English proficiency test, and all your qualified academic documents), you can fully confirm your place.
- Pay your confirmation fee: Send us your acceptance form and pay your confirmation payment of £1,000 and a non-refundable administration fee of £260.
Top tip: Save time by paying your Pre-CAS instalment alongside your confirmation deposit. You can receive your CAS up to 6 months before you arrive.
Paying your fees
You can pay your tuition and deposit fees using the Study Group payment platform by following these easy steps. (Please note that you should not send payment directly to the University):
- Access your account*.
- Browse and select the fees you need to pay.
- Select the best payment method for you.
*All you need is your Study Group ID and secure access code from your Offer Letter or Statement of Account.
Remember to always keep your card details safe. When making a bank transfer use only bank details displayed on screen when you log on to your account in our payment platform.
Read our FAQs about viewing and paying your fees online here.
Keeping you safe from fraud
We want all our students to have the best student experience possible and keeping you safe is our number one priority.
There are several types of fraud that students should be aware of including money mules, fee payment scams and cyber security. Here is a list of things that you should look out for which could indicate a fraud scheme:
- Strange or incorrect grammar and spelling
- Inconsistent brand fonts
- An unfamiliar sender or website link
- If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
If you spot any of these things, or urgent requests for personal information, please be cautious.
How to protect against fraud
- Never share your bank details or transfer money to an account you do not recognise. Scammers can often target international students by pretending to be the Police or Visa issuing authority officials.
- Protect your passwords by never sharing them and changing them regularly.
- Update your mobile device regularly to ensure it has the most up-to-date security software.
If you come across a fraud scheme, it is important to make other people aware in case they are targeted in the same way. If you are in doubt or have any questions, please notify a member of staff, or contact us via email@example.com.