Paying Your Tuition Fees
Paying in full - Tuition fees can be paid in full before or at enrolment and you may be eligible to our early payment discount.
Payment Plans - Once your enrolment has been completed, if you have been unable to pay in full, an invoice and payment plan will be sent to your University of Bradford email. The payment plan will include the dates and the instalment amounts for payment based on the University's standard payment plans for invoices £500.00 or over (apart from IILM courses and short courses under 20 weeks).
Tuition Fee Loans from Student Finance Services* - Eligible Home and EU students can apply for a non-income assessed tuition fee loan to cover the cost of their fees and this is paid to the University on your behalf. Student Finance will notify the University if your tuition fee loan (and the amount) is approved.
If you are in receipt of a Student Finance Postgraduate Loan, as these payments are paid directly to you (excluding Student Finance Northern Ireland), the University will consider you to be a self-funding student and you can either pay in full or by payment plan.
Sponsorship* - If your employer or Government agency is covering the cost of your course, please forward your Financial Guarantee (Sponsorship) letter or Purchase Order form to the Credit Control team so we can approve and update this on your account for you. Standard payment terms for sponsors is payment in full within 30 days from the date the invoice is raised (payment plans are not available).
*If confirmation of sponsor funding is not received, payments are not made or funding is withdrawn by your sponsor, you will be reponsible for the payment of any outstanding tuition fees.
If you have difficulties paying - You must contact the Student Credit Control team before your payment date. Help and advice is also available if you are experiencing financial difficulties.
Student Credit Control Team
For any questions about payment of tuition fees, please contact the team:
+ 44 (0) 1274 233006
C Floor (next to Payzone), Richmond Building, City Campus