Withdrawing - UG and PGCE

The fee liability for a student is determined by the term in which the student withdraws:

  • Term One - 25% of the annual tuition fee is charged
  • Term Two - 50% of the annual tuition fee is charged
  • Term Three - 100% of the annual tuition fee is charged
Example – a student permanently withdraws from their studies in term two

A UK/EU or International Undergraduate Student pays their entire £9000 tuition fee in June 20X5 for a course starting in October 20X5.

In term two they inform the University they wish to withdraw and they follow the withdrawal process. In this case the fee liability would be £4500 and the refund would be £4500 as they had paid in full.

TermFee Liability DueRefund Due*
Within 14 Days (1st Year of Study Only) Nil 100%
Term One 25% of Annual Tuition Fee 75% of annual tuition fee
Term Two 50% of Annual Tuition Fee 50% of Annual Tuition Fee
Term Three 100% of Annual Tuition Fee Nil

*Based on student having paid all of their annual tuition fee prior to withdrawing

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