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We now accept online payments. When your place is reserved, you will be sent a link to the online payment store. Alternatively, credit or debit card payments can be made over the phone or in person at the Evening Courses Office (Contact Us). If paying by credit/debit card, once we have received your enrolment form, we will email to request payment within 7 days. Cheques should be made payable to UCL. We cannot accept cash or Amex cards. Please note: the cost of textbooks are not included in any course fees.
1. External Students
All external students are welcome to book on a termly basis (i.e. paying for 10 lessons at a time), or they can take advantage of our discounts by booking 2 terms (20 lessons) or 3 terms (30 lessons) in advance.
2. UCL/ University of London (UoL) Associates
UCL and UoL students, staff and alumni are eligible for a discount on fees. To qualify, you will need to enclose proof of entitlement at the time of enrolment. (This should be a copy of a valid student, staff or alumni card, or a degree certificate). UCL students must enrol for a minimum of two terms.
|UCL Alumni and Staff Relatives||£280||£385||£560|
|UCL Staff and Academic Visitors||£280||£365||£530|
|UoL Staff and Alumni||£280||£425||£635|
*Summer Term only. UCL Students enrolling in either the Autumn or the Winter Terms must enrol for a minimum of 2 terms (20 lessons).
Payment for each term is due at the time of enrolment, i.e. within the enrolment period and before the term starts. We cannot reserve any places before full payment has been received.
3. Employer/ Organisation Sponsorship
If your course fees are being paid by your employer, or by another institute or organisation, you need to submit a signed sponsorship form, together with your enrolment (and if appropriate) assessment form. We will not be able to register you without proof of sponsorship. The document should be printed on your company's headed notepaper, and authorised by the relevant manager.
3. UCL Graduate Research Students
UCL Graduate Research Students may apply to the UCL Doctorate Skills Development Programme for funding to cover the course fees. Please note that the Programme will only consider funding students who, after they have registered for their degree, unexpectedly find acquiring an additional foreign language is essential to carrying out their research. (Most students requiring languages will possess these language skills on entry to their degree programme). The form below should be submitted to the Doctorate Skills Development Programme for consideration.