Sponsors

The full tuition fees are your responsibility, regardless of any agreements you may have with sponsors to fund your study.

We will make reasonable efforts to obtain payment from your sponsor, but if payment is not received 60 days from the due date of the invoice then the fee liability will be transferred to you.

A formal sponsorship agreement can only be put in place if your sponsor intends to make payments directly to the University.

Campus based students

Before you can register for your course, we must receive either a Financial Guarantee Letter from your government or a completed Student Sponsorship Agreement from the party sponsoring your studies. We cannot accept private individuals, such as relatives, as formal sponsors.

Your documents should be sent to Student Fees and Income Management.

If your original sponsorship is not for the full duration of your course, you will need to provide further documentation throughout your study period if you are still sponsored.

All sponsors are required to pay their proportion of your fees within 30 days of the invoiced date in full in cleared funds. There are no instalment options available for sponsors.

If your sponsor is not covering the full academic year’s fee, you will be liable to pay your element of the fee liability in line with the dates and number of instalments detailed in the 'when and how much to pay' section of this website.

Distance learning students

If you are being sponsored for your studies, please send a completed Student Sponsorship Agreement to the relevant distance learning team by the payment deadline stated on your offer email. Your sponsor will then be invoiced 30 days after the start of your studies.

If your sponsor is not covering the full academic year’s fee, you will be liable to pay your element of the fee liability in line with the dates and number of instalments detailed in the 'when and how much to pay' section of this website.

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