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You will be expected to pay at least 50% of your programme fees for the 2016/17 session as part of the enrolment process. The quickest and easiest way to pay
your tuition fees is via Payonline, the UCL Online Payment Service or for alternative ways of making a payment you can view the UCL Payments Methods page. You
(or someone paying on your behalf) can do this at any time after you have been invited to pre-enrol. If your fees payment is successful, you will receive a receipt via email with a unique order number.
If you are an undergraduate student who has applied for funding from your Student Finance England/Wales (see the GOV.UK site for more information), Northern Ireland Library Boards or Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS), you do not have to pay your fees as these will be automatically paid to UCL. However, we recommend you make sure that you have applied for the full amount. Other students will need to either pay the fees directly to UCL or give us details of their sponsorship arrangement.
All tuition fee and student funding related enquiries should be directed to the UCL Student Fees and Student Funding teams, located in Student Centre 2 (room G.01), in the Chadwick Building (map reference C3).
How much should I be paying?
Details of current tuition fee rates for undergraduates can be found on the current students website. Graduate students should have the details about their fees quoted on their offer letter. Further information about the cost of your programme and paying your fees can be found in the Money section of the current students site. If you have any queries about fees, please contact the Student Fees Team.
In addition to your tuition fees you will also need to cover the basic
costs such as accommodation, food and books. The UCL Financial Support and Advice website offers lots of advice about managing your money and if you find you need additional financial guidance for more complex or sensitive matters you can make an appointment to speak with the Student Funding Welfare Adviser. For more information concerning
financial support and sources of funding please refer to our page on University Living.
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