Information for graduate students
UCL’s annual tuition fees cover the full cost of your tuition and examinations. Fees for subsequent years are subject to increase. Some programmes have compulsory field courses which may incur an additional charge from the academic department.
The fees for graduate programmes can be found at www.ucl.ac.uk/current-students/money
It is a condition of your enrolment that you have sufficient financial resources to pay for your programme of study. Failure to do so will result in your registration being withdrawn.
Self-paying students must pay their tuition fees at or prior to enrolment. Sponsored students must provide evidence of their sponsorship prior to or at enrolment. Students not providing proof of a Research Council or departmental research award or any other sponsorship will be expected to pay at least 50% of their fees at enrolment.
Paying your tuition fees
There are various methods you can use to pay your fees. These are detailed at:
Students enrolling in September 2011 can pay their tuition fees in two equal instalments. The first payment is due at enrolment, the second by 1 February 2012. No more than two instalments are permissible.
Overseas fee paying students who request a review of their fee status classification are required to pay the overseas fees whilst the review is undertaken. A refund can be requested if a student is subsequently re-classified as a result of the review.
Tuition fees are not normally refundable to students who leave during the year.
Failure to pay
If you fail to pay at least 50% of your tuition fees or provide proof of sponsorship or evidence that you have applied for a fee loan within 28 days from the start of term, you will be suspended from UCL.
Full details on tuition fee costs and how to pay as well as the policies on refunds, withdrawals and suspension for non-payment can be found on our website. Once you have enrolled you will also be able to access your UCL tuition fee account via your UCL Portico user account.
Tuition fee arrangements for UK/EU Diploma in Architecture Students
In 2010/11, the tuition fee for UK/EU students pursuing the Diploma in Architecture and classified as continuing students will be £1,310.
Students who currently receive Local Authority (LA) tuition fee support and who applied for five years’ assistance when they submitted their original LA award application, may have part or all of their fees paid for by their LA depending on their circumstances. If you fall into this category, you are advised to contact your LA to ensure the continuity of your award. A copy of your assessment letter must be supplied to UCL’s Student Fees Office or it will be assumed you are a self-financing student, at the higher, ‘new student’ rate.
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