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Paying your fees


Tuition Deposits

International Students accepting an offer to study an undergraduate or postgraduate taught course are required to pay a tuition fee deposit of £2,000. Click here for details of how and when to pay.

The deposit will be allocated against the tuition invoice once it has been created and will be taken as payment towards the full fee payment (or the first instalment).

Early Payment Discount

Students with personal tuition fee liabilities enroling on standard degree programmes are eligible to receive an early payment discount on their personal liability if the College receives payment of the full year's fees (i.e. the full fee less the appropriate discount amount) and if on line sign up has been completed 21 days before the start of the enrolment term (this date can be slightly later in the Autumn term). Both of these criteria must be fulfilled to be eligible for the discount. Click here for more details and confirmation of deadline dates.

Tuition Fee Instalments

International Students beginning a new course in Sept 2018 will have the option to pay their tuition fee in two equal instalments. There is a charge for this which is included in the first payment. The first instalment must be paid in full before or at enrolment - although we encourage payment of this before the visa letter (CAS) is issued.


If a third party (e.g. employer or funding body) is paying part, or all of your fees, Royal Holloway must see the original letter confirming the level of your support, before you start your programme, as we will need to issue an invoice to your sponsor. It is important that this letter is sent to us as soon as possible. Please send to : Student Records and Enrolment Section, Student Administration Centre, Royal Holloway University of London, TW20 0EX.


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