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Paying your tuition fees

You can pay your tuition fees with a student loan, through an approved sponsor or by one of the University accepted payment methods detailed below.

Tell us how you plan to pay during registration

When you are due to register, you will receive an e-mail to , you will not be able to register until you have received this e-mail.

During the registration process, you must complete the 'Fees and Payments' section. At this stage, you must arrange the payment of your tuition fees; you will not be able to make payment prior to this stage of registration. See below for University accepted payment methods.

Distant learning students, please see separate section below.

Tuition Fee Fraud Awareness

All students, in particular international students should be aware of tuition fee payment scams which can result in students being defrauded thousands of pounds.

Students may be approached by individuals or organisations offering to pay their fees with a discount or with an exceptional exchange rate. Fraudsters may make illegal payments to the University on behalf of a student, while the student pays the fraudster the discounted fee; the fraudster's payment will later be recalled leaving the student owing the University thousands of pounds.

Students should never take up these offers and should only pay via the accepted methods below. For more information about scams see our scam awareness page.

Student Loans

If your fee status is 'Home' and you are commencing your first undergraduate course, you may be able to from the UK Government. Find out more about tuition fee loans.

If you have applied for a student loan, your loan details should appear when you are registering with the University.

If your loan details do not appear during registration, do not select an alternative payment method as you may be charged twice. You will be asked if you have applied for an undergraduate tuition fee loan which you can select 'Yes' to. You should now contact the Student Finance Office explaining your loan details were not visible when registering. Please ensure you state your applicant/ student ID on all correspondence.

If you have applied but no longer wish to take out your tuition fee loan, you must contact the relevant student finance authority to cancel the loan:

You must then contact the University's Student Finance Office to let us know you have cancelled the loan and request to pay via an alternative payment method. Please ensure you state your applicant/ student ID on all correspondence.

Sponsored Students

A sponsor could be an employer, a commercial organisation or a government body; a sponsor is not a friend or relative who has agreed to pay your tuition fee.

All sponsors must be background checked and approved by the University before they can be registered as a student鈥檚 sponsor.

If a government body have agreed to sponsor a student, the organisation should prepare a letter of sponsorship containing the information below and e-mail the letter to Student Finance Office - stu-fin@bath.ac.uk.

  • the student鈥檚 full name and student number
  • the amount or percentage and period/ duration of their sponsorship funding
  • the sponsor's address, website, e-mail address and contact telephone number
  • the sponsor's company registration number, (VAT number for UK sponsors)

All other qualifying organisations who have agreed to sponsor a student should complete the Sponsor Agreement Letter. The completed form should be submitted to your course contact or Student Finance.

Upon registration, if a sponsor has been approved and their sponsorship agreement linked to the student鈥檚 account, the sponsorship agreement will show and the student will be able to continue with registration.

If the sponsorship details do not show, and the system requests for the student to make payment, students should get in contact with Student Finance to explain their situation. Students will not be able to register until this is resolved. Please ensure you state your applicant/ student ID on all correspondence.

Following the registration period and once your sponsor has been approved, your sponsor will be invoiced for their full contribution which is payable in one instalment.

Direct Debit

You can set up a UK Direct Debit mandate during registration. This will result in Direct Debit payments automatically taken from your bank account in instalments.

Undergraduate's Direct Debits are collected in two instalments, each instalment is 50% of your annual tuition fee, instalments are collected in October and February. Postgraduate's Direct Debits are collected by instalments, the dates of which will be shown during registration.

If you have prepaid a course deposit, your first instalment will be reduced by the value of your deposit.

The University can only accept Direct Debits from UK bank accounts.

UK and International Bank Transfer

You can initiate a 'Domestic Bank Transfer' or make an 'Instant Bank Transfer' via the University's approved payment provider, Flywire. During registration you must access Flywire through the 'Fees and Payments' section of the registration portal. To pay for second instalment or any other invoice, you must access Flywire by logging into Samis\Samis Home\My Student Finance\Make a payment.

To make a 'Domestic Bank Transfer', you must select this payment method when directed to Flywire. Once you have provided your student details and the payer's details, you will be provided with payment instructions.

To make an 'Instant Bank Transfer' (if your UK bank supports this), you must select this payment method when directed to Flywire. You will be directed to log in to your bank and you can authorise a payment instantly.

Bank transfers can be made in instalments; each instalment is 50% of your annual tuition fee, the first instalment is due during registration, the second instalment is due in February.

If you have prepaid a course deposit, your first instalment will be reduced by the value of your deposit.

UK and International Card Payments

You can pay by VISA, Mastercard, Alipay or Unionpay during registration via Flywire.

Card payments can be paid in instalments. Each instalment is 50% of your annual tuition fee, the first instalment is due during registration, the second instalment is due in February.

If you have prepaid a course deposit, your first instalment will be reduced by the value of your deposit.

We do not accept payment from Diners Club Cards or pre-loaded cards.

Cash/ Cheques Not Accepted

We do not accept payment by cash or cheque. Please do not send cash or cheques in the post or carry large amounts of cash with you.

Please email the Income Office at income@bath.ac.uk if you have any queries.

Distance Learning

Our distance learning students have different payment options depending on the programme. Please contact the Student Finance Office for information.

Charges

Failed Direct Debits

If you pay your tuition fees by Direct Debit and the collection fails, you will be charged 拢25.

Late payment charges

An invoice with an outstanding balance 10 days from the invoice due date may be subject to a charge of 1.5% of the outstanding invoice value. This charge will be a minimum of 拢15, and a maximum of 拢180. A reminder will be sent notifying the late charge has been applied.

If the invoice balance remains unpaid after a further 7 days then a second late charge of 1.5% of the outstanding invoice value may be applied. This charge will also be a minimum of 拢15, and a maximum of 拢180. A reminder will be sent notifying the late charge has been applied.

In total a maximum charge which can be applied to one unpaid invoice is 拢360.

Payment Terms

Please refer to our Tuition Fee Terms and Conditions page for full terms.
Please refer to the page for full regulations.

Debt collection

Debts maybe forwarded to an external debt collection agency in the case of non-payment of fees.

Enquiries

If you have any questions, please contact us.


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