Paying your tuition or accommodation fees
If you are taking out a Tuition Fee Loan – and that’s most undergraduate UK students – then you can ignore this page. This is just for students without a loan (eg. international students) who intend to pay their Tuition Fee upfront.
If you are a postgraduate and/or distance learning student, please see relevant how to pay information for you.
How to pay
You (or a relative) can pay your Tuition Fee by either of these methods. Please note that you will not be able to complete your online registration as a Leicester student until the payment is in our bank account – so don’t leave it too late.
- Online using a debit or credit card (Please allow 48 hours for the payment to complete.)
- Bank transfer (Please allow 7-10 days for the payment to complete.)
We cannot accept cash payments, either on campus or into our bank account. Only the above payment methods are accepted.
There is a different process if a sponsor has agreed to pay all or part of your Tuition Fee.
If you have any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you live outside the UK/Ireland, you will need to pay a £3,000 deposit to secure your place at Leicester.
If you have a sponsor
A sponsor is a company or organisation, such as a government agency or charity, which has agreed to pay all or part of your tuition fee. Relatives and other individuals cannot be sponsors though they can pay your fee.
Before your sponsor can pay your fee, we need to send them an invoice. Before we can do this, you must first send us a completed sponsor form (Word, 28kb) or a financial guarantee letter from your sponsor containing this information. Email the form/financial guarantee letter to email@example.com.
After you have registered on your course, we will send an invoice to your sponsor who must pay the full sponsorship amount within 30 days.
Please note: you are responsible for payment of your fee. If, for whatever reason, your sponsor fails to pay then we will require you to pay in full.
If your sponsor is only paying part of your fee, you will need to pay the rest by one of the two payment methods listed above.