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Fee Liability on Interruption or Withdrawal
All Full-Time and Part-Time Academic Year Students
Students will have a two week grace period within which, if they were to interrupt or withdraw, they would not incur a fee. Any student with an official withdrawal or interruption date of 9th October 2012 or later within the first term will be charged 25% of the full fee due. Students withdrawing or interrupting after the start of the second term (7th January 2013) will be charged 50% of the fee due and those students withdrawing or interrupting after the start of the third term (22nd April 2013) will be charged 100% of the fee due.
Those students in receipt of fees loans through the Student
Loan Company who withdraw or interrupt should be aware of their loan liability
once they have formally enrolled with the University. Information can be found
here or through Student Funding.
All Research and Calendar Year Students
Students are charged on a daily basis, based on a calendar year of 365 days, for the period of their enrolment.
- An Academic Year student is one whose programme of study begins in September and is studied on a three-term basis, completing their enrolment for the year in June.
- A Calendar Year student is one whose programme of study, and therefore their enrolment, runs from September to September.
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