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Fees and Finance

Find financial information for students who are studying at City, University of London.

We are here to help you with any financial queries throughout your studies.

How to pay and payment methods

City, University of London accepts the following methods of payment.

Debit or Credit card

All major cards including American Express are accepted online at https://epay.city.ac.uk and over the telephone by calling: +44 (0) 3300 889 571. You will need to provide your student registration number, so please have this to hand before telephoning or going online.

Overseas credit cards will be accepted in sterling. You may have to pay commission to your credit card issuer and will have to accept any exchange rate risk on the transaction.

Read the E-payment Terms & Conditions.

Bank Transfers

Bank to bank transfers

If you are arranging a bank transfer to our bank account please allow 5 days for the payment to clear.

Our bank details are;

Account name: City, University of London
Account number: 03028836
Bank sort code: 50-00-00
Branch details: Natwest Bank PLC, PO Box 34, 15 Bishopsgate, London, EC2P 2AP

IBAN GB26NWBK50000003028836 and SWIFT NWBKGB2L

Please quote your student registration number on all bank transfers and email a copy of your remittance advice to remittance@city.ac.uk.

All bank charges and transaction fees associated with the bank to bank transfer must be paid by the remitter.

City does not offer a discount for payment in full at registration and nor does it charge an administrative fee for payment by instalment.

Globalpay for Students bank transfer

This is our preferred method for receiving bank transfers and payments from overseas, but please note that this service is also open to domestic students wishing to pay in British Pounds.

The City, University of London’s bank transfer platform Globalpay for Students is powered by Western Union Business Solutions. This service allows you, your family or your sponsor to securely send transfers from within the UK or from overseas for payment of your tuition fee in your local currency.

The process is quick and easy;

  • Select the country you are paying from, how much you need to pay in GBP
  • Choose your preferred method of payment
  • Enter your payment and payor details
  • Process the payment

If you pay via bank transfer: make the payment using the payment instructions generated through your bank online, at branch or via phone. For bank transfer to China, you will be redirected to the Geoswift website.

If you pay via online options: at the end of the process, you will be redirected to the partner website; Geoswift, Alipay, WeChat Pay, Tenpay, UnionPay, Trustly, Sofort etc.

The benefits for you are:

  • Intuitive, mobile friendly interface for a seamless payment experience
  • Pay international fees by bank transfer or online e-wallet
  • Convenient payment methods including AliPay, WeChat Pay, Geoswift, Ten Pay, UnionPay, Trustly, Sofort, etc.
  • NO transaction charges from City, University of London or Western Union Business Solutions
  • Favourable exchange rates compared to most banks
  • Multi language platform: French, Mandarin, Arabic, Japanese, Cantonese, Korean, Indonesian, English, Spanish and Hindi
  • Customer support service to help you in every step
  • Peace of mind that your full payment will be received by the University
  • Track your payment online step by step and receive a confirmation email once the payment is settled.

Access this service

For further guidance, see the video link.

ALIPAYGeoswiftICICI BankUnionPayHana Bank

Cheque and Bank Draft

The University does not accept personal cheques, business cheques or bankers drafts as a form of payment for any fees. Please make a payment using an alternative method, either a card payment online, over the telephone or by bank transfer.

Cash

The University does not accept cash as form of payment for any fees. This includes cash being paid to the University directly and cash being paid in to the Universities bank account by a student or a third party.

Instead, please make a payment using an alternative payment method, either a card payment online, over the telephone or by bank transfer.

Instalment scheme

All self-paying, new and continuing students can pay their annual tuition fee in two equal instalments.

If you have sufficient funds available to pay your year's fees in full at or before registration, we would strongly advise you do so to avoid possible financial problems later in the year.

Students who are following the normal academic year (registration in August, September or October), must pay the first instalment of their annual tuition fee in order to complete registration or re-registration and your second instalment will be due at the end of January.

If your course does not start in August, September or October, then the first instalment must be paid before your course starts and the second on the last working day of the third completed month after completing your online registration.

If you are part self-funding your tuition fees and also have a scholarship for example, you may wish to read our information on scholarships, studentships, discounts and awards below to help understand how you will be expected to pay your tuition fees.

City does not offer a discount for payment in full at registration and nor does it charge an administrative fee for payment by instalment.

Scholarships, studentships and discounts

Your school will notify us if you are due to receive a scholarship, studentship, discount or an award. The scholarship, studentship, discount or award will be applied against your second instalment of your fees. If the amount does not cover your full fees, you will be required to pay the remainder of your fees.

The following are examples of how your fees would be handled in some of these different situations.

Example 1

If your tuition fees are £10,000.00 per year and you have been awarded a £2,000.00 scholarship from City, your fees will be due as follows:

  • £5,000.00 immediately to register
  • £3,000.00 for your second instalment *

*Your £2,000.00 scholarship has been deducted from your second instalment.

Example 2

If your tuition fees are £10,000.00 per year, you have already paid a £2,000.00 deposit and you have been awarded a £3,000.00 scholarship from City, your fees will be due as follows:

  • £3,000.00 immediately to register *
  • £2,000.00 for your second instalment **

*Your £2,000.00 deposit has been deducted from your first instalment.
**Your £3,000.00 scholarship has been deducted from your second instalment.

Example 3

If your tuition fees are £10,000.00 per year, you have already paid a £2,000.00 deposit and you have been awarded a £6,000.00 scholarship from City, your fees will be due as follows:

  • £2,000.00 immediately to register *
  • £0.00 for your second instalment **

*Your £2,000.00 deposit has been deducted from your first instalment.
**£5,000.00 of your scholarship has been deducted from your second instalment and the remaining £1,000.00 has been deducted from your first instalment.

Please contact us for information on any other combinations of funding.

Undergraduate Student Finance tuition fee loan

All first degree UK and EU students, including part-time students (from September 2012) can take out a tuition fee loan through the Student Loans Company to cover the full cost of university tuition fees. You are required to apply each year and we recommend you make your application at the earliest opportunity to ensure your funding is in place before your course starts.

Further information on how to apply online, Maintenance loans, loan re-payments and more links to the Student Loan Company is available on the City website.

If your tuition fee loan is for the full amount of your course, you will not be required to make any payments to register. The Student Loans Company will pay your tuition fees directly to the University.

If your loan is less than your tuition fees, you will need to pay the remaining fees in line with the dates of the University instalment scheme.

Example

If your tuition fees are £9,250.00 per year and your Tuition Fee Loan is for £5,250.00, you are required to pay fees as follows

  • £2,000.00 immediately to register
  • £2,000.00 for your second instalment (for students starting in Sept/Oct, this will be 31.01.18)

(£5,250.00 will be paid directly to the University by the Student Loan Company)

Postgraduate and Doctoral Loans

If all or part of your tuition fees will be covered by a Postgraduate or Doctoral loan from Student Finance, you will need to email a copy of your loan summary to income@city.ac.uk.

We will accept your loan payments on the loan disbursement dates once you have set up a formal agreement with us. If your loan is less than your tuition fees, you will need to pay the remaining fees in line with the dates of our instalment scheme.

The following are examples of how your payments would be processed in different situations with these loans.

Example 1

If your tuition fees are £10,000.00 per year and your PGL is for £10,000.00, you will not be required to make any payments to register. You are required to forward a copy of your PGL payment summary to income@city.ac.uk and you can then pay your fees in accordance with your loan disbursement dates.

For example:

Expected date of loan payment to youAmount Payment date and amount to be paid by you to City
26th September 2017 £3,300.00 30th September 2017 - £3,300.00
25th January 2018 £3,300.00 31st January 2018 - £3,300.00
26th April 2018 £3,400.00 30th April 2018 - £3,400.00

Example 2

If your tuition fees are £18,000.00 per year and your PGL is for £10,000.00, you are required to forward a copy of your PGL payment summary to income@city.ac.uk and you can then pay your fees as follows:

  • £4,000.00 immediately to register
  • £4,000.00 for your second instalment (for students starting in Sept/Oct, this will be 31.01.18)

The remaining £10,000.00 can then be paid by you in accordance with your loan disbursement dates. For example:

Expected date of loan payment to youAmount Payment date and amount to be paid by you to City
26th September 2017 £3,300.00 30th September 2017 - £3,300.00
25th January 2018 £3,300.00 31st January 2018 - £3,300.00
26th April 2018 £3,400.00 30th April 2018 - £3,400.00

Example 3

If your tuition fees are £18,000.00 per year, your PGL is for £10,000.00 and you have paid a £2,000.00 deposit, you are required to forward a copy of your PGL payment summary to income@city.ac.uk and you can then pay your fees as follows:

  • £2,000.00 immediately to register *
  • £4,000.00 for your second instalment (for students starting in Sept/Oct, this will be 31.01.18)

*Your £2,000.00 deposit has been deducted from your first instalment

The remaining £10,000.00 can then be paid by you in accordance with your loan disbursement dates. For example:

Expected date of loan payment to youAmount Payment date and amount to be paid by you to City
26th September 2017 £3,300.00 30th September 2017 - £3,300.00
25th January 2018 £3,300.00 31st January 2018 - £3,300.00
26th April 2018 £3,400.00 30th April 2018 - £3,400.00

Example 4

If your tuition fees are £18,000.00 per year, your PGL is for £10,000.00, you have paid a £2,000.00 deposit and you have a £2,500.00 Scholarship, you are required to forward a copy of your PGL payment summary to income@city.ac.uk and you can then pay your fees as follows:

  • £2,000.00 immediately to register *
  • £1,500.00 for your second instalment ** (for students starting in Sept/Oct, this will be 31.01.18)

*Your £2,000.00 deposit has been deducted from your first instalment
**Your £2500.00 Scholarship has been deducted from your second instalment

The remaining £10,000.00 can then be paid by you in accordance with your loan disbursement dates. For example:

Expected date of loan payment to youAmount Payment date and amount to be paid by you to City
26th September 2017 £3,300.00 30th September 2017 - £3,300.00
25th January 2018 £3,300.00 31st January 2018 - £3,300.00
26th April 2018 £3,400.00 30th April 2018 - £3,400.00

For further information on applying for a loan and eligibility please visit the following:

Postgraduate Loan - You can find out more about eligibility requirements, application deadlines and the process at the GOV.UK website You can also contact Student Finance England on 0300 100 0031 if you have any further questions.

Postgraduate Doctoral Loan - You can find out more about eligibility requirements, application deadlines and the process at the GOV.UK website. You can also contact Student Finance England on 0300 100 0031 if you have any further questions.

Please contact us for information on any other combinations of loan funding.

Other loans

For other loans such as those from Future Finance, Prodigy Finance, Sallie Mae or US/Canadian Federal Loans, your loan will need to be approved by your provider in order to complete your online registration. These providers will notify City once your loan has been approved.

The following are examples of how your payments would be processed in different situations with these loans.

Example 1

If your tuition fees are £10,000.00 per year and your loan is for 100% of your tuition fees, you will not be required to make any payments to register, unless your loan is not going to be fully paid within the current academic year. Your loan provider will then pay City in accordance to their terms once you have completed your online registration.

Example 2

If your tuition fees are £10,000.00 per year and your loan is for 100% of your tuition fees but only £8,000.00 is due to be paid to City this academic year, you will be required to pay £2,000.00*. Your loan provider will then pay City £8,000.00 in accordance to their terms and you will need to pay fees as follows:

  • £1,000.00 immediately to register
  • £1,000.00 for your second instalment (for students starting in Sept/Oct, this will be 31.01.18)

*You will be able to request a refund of your payment once the final loan disbursement has been received by City.

Example 3

If your tuition fees are £10,000.00 per year, you have paid a £2,000.00 deposit and your loan provider is paying 50% of your tuition fees within the academic year, you will need to pay fees as follows:

  • £500.00 immediately to register *
  • £2,500.00 for your second instalment

£5,000.00 will be paid by your loan provider after you have completed registration

*Your £2,000.00 deposit has been deducted from your first instalment

Example 4

If your tuition fees are £10,000.00 per year, you have paid a £2,000.00 deposit, you have received a £1,000.00 Scholarship from City and your loan provider is paying 25% of your tuition fees per year, you will need to pay fees as follows:

  • £1,750.00 immediately to register *
  • £2,750.00 for your second instalment **

£2,500.00 will be paid by your loan provider after you have completed registration

*Your £2,000.00 deposit has been deducted from your first instalment
**Your £1,000.00 Scholarship has been deducted from your second instalment

Please contact us for information on any other combinations of loan funding.

Sponsorship by your employer

If all or part of your tuition fees will be paid by a sponsor, please ask your sponsor to provide a completed Sponsorship form (SP1), so that after you have completed online registration, we can send them an invoice for your fees. You or your employer will need to send the SP1 form to income@city.ac.uk before you can complete your online registration. Sponsorship confirmation is required for each year of study, not just in year one.

If your sponsor is only paying a portion of your tuition fees, you will need to pay the balance. The following are examples of how your contributions would be paid. Please contact us for information on any other combinations of loan funding.

Example 1

If your tuition fees are £10,000.00 per year and your employer is paying 100% of your tuition fees, you will not be required to make any payments to register and your employer will be invoiced after you have completed registration

Example 2

If your tuition fees are £10,000.00 per year, you have paid a £2,000.00 deposit and your employer is paying 50% of your tuition fees, you will need to pay fees as follows:

  • £500.00 immediately to register *
  • £2,500.00 for your second instalment

£5,000.00 will be invoiced to your employer after you have completed registration.

*Your £2,000.00 deposit has been deducted from your first instalment.

Example 3

If your tuition fees are £10,000.00 per year, you have paid a £2,000.00 deposit and your employer is paying 25% of your tuition fees per year, you will need to pay fees as follows:

  • £1,750.00 immediately to register *
  • £3,750.00 for your second instalment

£2,500.00 will be invoiced to your employer after you have completed registration.

*Your £2,000.00 deposit has been deducted from your first instalment

Example 4

If your tuition fees are £10,000.00 per year, you have paid a £2,000.00 deposit, you have received a £1,000.00 Scholarship from the university and your employer is paying 25% of your tuition fees per year, you will need to pay fees as follows:

  • £1,750.00 immediately to register *
  • £2,750.00 for your second instalment **

£2,500.00 will be invoiced to your employer after you have completed registration.

*Your £2,000.00 deposit has been deducted from your first instalment
**Your £1,000.00 Scholarship has been deducted from your second instalment

Sponsors cannot pay by instalments, they must pay within 30 days of our invoice date.

City will contact you if we encounter problems in receiving payment from your sponsor. If your sponsor does not pay your fees, you will become responsible for the full fee. Please note that only registered companies will be accepted as sponsors. If your sponsorship arrangements change and you have a new employer, you should complete a new SP1 form and send it to the Finance Office as soon as possible.

Hardship fund

The City, University of London Hardship Fund is funded by City, University of London and the City Alumni which provides discretionary financial support for students who are in financial hardship or who face an unexpected financial emergency during their course.

Eligibility criteria

Students must meet all of the eligibility criteria below:

  • Students must be enrolled full-time or part-time students (at least 25% of a full-time equivalent course) at City, University of London
  • Students must apply for all eligible sources of funding before applying to the City Hardship Fund, this would include the full entitlement for means tested maintenance loans and grants, NHS Learning Support Fund, Child Tax Credits, Housing Benefit, Parents Learning Allowance, Childcare Grant, Council Tax Reduction, Universal Credit.
  • Students must provide evidence that they have made realistic provision to cover their tuition fees and living expenses.
  • Students must have received their first instalment student funding.
  • Students must be up to date with their tuition fee payments. No financial support can be provided towards payment of tuition fees under any circumstances.
  • Students can apply only once during each academic year.

Assessment and notification

  • Applications can only be assessed once the online application form and all required supporting evidence has been submitted.
  • Please allow up to six weeks for assessment.
  • Applications are assessed in the order of receipt.
  • Both a financial assessment based on your income and outgoings will be conducted also taking into consideration your personal circumstances.
  • Priority is given to students with a disability, dependent children, carers, care leavers, estranged students, carers and undergraduate students in their final year.
  • The maximum grant for full-time students is £1,000 and £1,500 for priority students.
  • The maximum grant for part-time students is £500 and £750.
  • We will contact you via your City email address to notify you of the outcome of your application.

Supporting evidence

A) Evidence of income – submit all that apply to you

  • Student Finance entitlement statement or letter for 2020/21
  • NHS Bursary entitlement letter 2020/21
  • Studentship or scholarship letter for 2020/21
  • Three months payslips (modular, part-time, placement or secondment students only)
  • Three months bank statements for all your bank accounts (online statements are acceptable but not excel spreadsheets) please explain all transactions (credits and debits) over £100;
  • Partner/spouse income for three months e.g. payslips or bank statements;

B) Evidence of expenses – submit all that apply to you

  • Rent/tenancy contract, mortgage statement, parental confirmation of contribution to rent/mortgage;
  • Council tax bill
  • Priority bills e.g. rent arrears, council tax arrears, overdue utility bills
  • Recent Housing Benefit entitlement letter
  • Council Tax Benefit entitlement letter
  • Child Tax Credit and Working Tax Credits entitlement letters
  • Universal Credit entitlement letter
  • Childcare invoices
  • If your term-time address is outside London please highlight your weekly/monthly travel expenses on your bank statements
  • Additional course related costs e.g. equipment, books
  • Health related costs e.g. optical, dental, prescription

Payments

  • Payments are made by bank transfer. Please ensure you carefully check the bank details you submit – incorrect details will cause payment loss or delay.
  • Payments are made once per week.
  • Grants to not need to be repaid.

Student guidance for making an application to the City Hardship Fund

How to apply

Apply now using this form

If you have any queries, please contact the Student Funding Team via email funding@city.ac.uk.

The Hardship Fund will close once all the funding has been allocated to students or at the end of July 2021.

Supporting documents

You are required to submit the following documents after you have completed this online application form according to your level of study below, in one of the following ways:

  • Attach electronic copies in Part 14 of this application form, or
  • Email to funding@city.ac.uk, or
  • Deliver to Student Centre, Level 2, University Building, Northampton Square (please bring photocopies as originals cannot be returned).


If all your documents have not been submitted six weeks after your initial application date, then your application will not be considered.

A) Undergraduates required supporting documents:

  • Student Finance entitlement statement/letter 2017/18;
  • NHS Bursary entitlement letter 2017/18 (NHS funded courses only);
  • Three months bank statements for all your bank accounts (online statements are acceptable but not excel spreadsheets) please explain all transactions over £100;
  • Rent/tenancy contract, mortgage statement, parental confirmation of contribution to rent/mortgage;
  • Council tax bill (if applicable);
  • Priority bills (if applicable);
  • Partner/spouse income for three months e.g. payslips or bank statements;
  • Recent Housing Benefit Letter (if applicable);
  • Council Tax Benefit Letter (if applicable);
  • Child Tax Credit and Working Tax Credits Letters (if applicable);
  • Childcare receipts (students with children only);
  • If your term-time address is outside London, please give evidence of the costs involved in travelling to City e.g. weekly or monthly travel tickets.

B) Postgraduates required supporting documents:

  • Postgraduate Loan entitlement letter and/or Professional and Career Development Loan agreement;
  • Studentship/Scholarship letter;
  • Three months' payslips;
  • NHS bursary entitlement letter 2017/18 (NHS funded courses only);
  • Three months bank statements for all your bank accounts (online statements are acceptable but not excel spreadsheets) please explain all transactions over £100;
  • Rent/tenancy contract or mortgage statement;
  • Council tax bill (if applicable);
  • Priority bills (if applicable);
  • Partner/spouse income for three months e.g. payslips, bank statements  (if applicable);
  • Recent Housing Benefit Letter (if applicable);
  • Council Tax Benefit Letter (if applicable);
  • Child Tax Credit and Working Tax Credits Letter (if applicable);
  • Childcare receipts (students with children only);
  • If your term-time address is outside London, please give evidence of the costs involved in travelling to City e.g. weekly or monthly travel tickets.

If you have any queries on completing this form please contact funding@city.ac.uk or 020 7040 7040.

Refund requests

Tuition fee and deposit refunds

City must make refunds back to the same bank account or debit/credit card that was used to pay us, unless your refund request relates to a School Scholarship, in which case we can refund the account of your choice.

  • If you originally paid by debit/credit card, when sending your refund request we do not require your card details again, as we securely stored them when you made payment.
  • If you originally paid by a bank transfer from a UK bank account, please provide the original bank account details (full bank name and address, sort code, bank account number and account holder name).
  • If you originally paid by a bank transfer from overseas, please provide the following information: (full bank name, full bank address, payee name, swift code or routing number, bank account number / IBAN number) and attach a copy of the original bank transfer.
  • If you originally paid by Cheque or cash, please provide the original bank details (full bank name and address, sort code, bank account number and account holder name).

Before the University can process your refund to a bank account you must supply a copy of the bank statement or receipt which clearly shows when the fees were originally paid to us. The bank details on the bank statement/receipt must match the bank account details that you are asking us to refund to. This way we can be certain that we are paying the money back to the same account that was used to pay us.

Deposit refunds

(Please read our Terms and Conditions)

Deposits are non-refundable unless:

  1. You fail to meet the entry conditions
  2. You fail to secure your Tier 4 visa for any reason other than the provision of fraudulent information and are able to evidence this to the reasonable satisfaction of the institution.
  3. You cancel the Contract within 14 days of the date that you formally accepted your Offer.
  4. The institution terminates the Contract in accordance with Clause 10 of the terms and conditions and is unable to find a replacement programme for which you are qualified and which you are happy with.

To request a refund of your deposit, please complete a refund request.

Tuition Fee refunds

If you have made an overpayment or subsequently obtained funding from an alternative source, you can request a refund.

If you decide to leave your course you must notify your School before making a refund request.

If you withdraw or interrupt your studies, the amount of your tuition fee refund will be determined by the fees charged based upon your Interruption of studies or withdrawal date. The fees will be charged in accordance with the following:

Students following standard academic year

Postgraduates and all non-Student Loan funded undergraduates

  • Nil will be charged if you withdraw/interrupt your studies on or before 31st October 2020, but any deposit paid, if you are a postgraduate student, will not be refunded.
  • 50% of the annual fee if you withdraw/interrupt your studies between 1st November 2020 and 31st January 2021.
  • 100% of the annual fee if you withdraw/interrupt your studies on or after 1st February 2021.

Student Loan Company funded undergraduates

  • Nil will be charged if you withdraw/suspend before 21st September 2020.
  • 25% of the annual fee will be charged if you withdraw/interrupt your studies on or after 21st September 2020 and before 4th January 2021.
  • 50% of the annual fee will be charged if you withdraw/interrupt your studies on or after 4th January 2021 and before 3rd May 2021.
  • 100% of the annual fee will be charged if you withdraw/interrupt your studies on or after 3rd May 2021.

Research students will be charged pro-rata depending on the number of months they have attended.

Students following non-standard academic year

Where courses start at different times of the year:

  • Only the deposit amount will be charged if you withdraw/interrupt your studies within a month of your course start date.
  • 50% of the annual fee will be charged from 1 month following your course start date to 3 months following your course start date.
  • 100% of the annual fee will be charged after 3 months following the start date of your course.

To request a refund, complete a refund request form.

If you need to contact us about a refund, please email Refunds@city.ac.uk and a member of the team will get back to you.

Refund of a Print Credit Balance

At the end of your course if you have a balance on your Print Credit account that you would like refunded, please complete a refund request form.

If you paid by debit/credit card, the University must make the refund back to the same debit/credit card that you used to pay us. When sending your refund request we do not require your card details again, as they were securely stored when you made your payment.

Alternatively, you may choose to donate your full Print Credit balance to the City, University of London Student Hardship Fund.

Learn how to donate your print balance.

Your refund/donation request will be dealt with by the Income Team in the Finance Office.

Request a print credit refund

Interruption of studies and withdrawal

If you decide to leave your course you must notify your School in writing. You will be charged tuition fees in line with the interruption of studies and withdrawal fee calculation; the amount charged for your tuition will be determined by the date you inform your school in writing of your interruption of studies or withdrawal.

The fees will be charged in accordance with the following.

Students following standard academic year

Postgraduates and all non-Student Loan funded undergraduates

  • Nil will be charged if you withdraw/interrupt your studies on or before 31st October 2020, but any deposit paid, if you are a postgraduate student, will not be refunded.
  • 50% of the annual fee if you withdraw/interrupt your studies between 1st November 2020 and 31st January 2021.
  • 100% of the annual fee if you withdraw/interrupt your studies on or after 1st February 2021.

Student Loan Company funded undergraduates

  • Nil will be charged if you withdraw/suspend before 21st September 2020.
  • 25% of the annual fee will be charged if you withdraw/interrupt your studies on or after 21st September 2020 and before 4th January 2021.
  • 50% of the annual fee will be charged if you withdraw/interrupt your studies on or after 4th January 2021 and before 3rd May 2021.
  • 100% of the annual fee will be charged if you withdraw/interrupt your studies on or after 3rd May 2021.

Research students will be charged pro-rata depending on the number of months they have attended.

Students following non-standard academic year

This applies where courses start at different times of the year.

  • Only the deposit amount will be charged if you withdraw/interrupt your studies within a month of your course start date.
  • 50% of the annual fee will be charged from 1 month following your course start date to 3 months following your course start date.
  • 100% of annual fee will be charged after 3 months following the start date of your course.

The Student Funding team are based in the Student Centre and are available to help you with any matter relating to student funding.

If you require help or advice please email the team funding@city.ac.uk and you will receive a response to your query within 2 working days.