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Pay Fees by Instalment

You can pay tuition fees in instalments for all postgraduate courses that are a minimum of 30 weeks duration, including graduate diplomas and research degrees.

This does not apply to sponsor payments, for full terms regarding sponsor payments please see how to pay your tuition fees. You can find out more about instalment dates for the MBA courses at London College of Fashion and Central Saint Martins on their course pages.

The dates and amounts of each instalment depends on when you start your course, and the duration of your course:

Courses starting September or October 2021

Courses lasting 1 year or more (of three terms each year) and research degrees

  • 50% on or at enrolment
  • 30% 27 January 2022
  • 20% 28 April 2022

For students on courses which are longer than 1 year, the instalments above are for the first year of the course.  An instalment plan for the next year's tuition fee must be set up before enrolling onto that year of the course. These instalment dates also apply to those continuing into Year 2 of their postgraduate course in September or October 2021.

Four term courses

  • 40% on or at enrolment
  • 20% 27 January 2022
  • 20% 28 April 2022
  • 20% 25 August 2022

Courses starting January 2022

Courses lasting 1 year or more (of three terms each year) and research degrees

  • 50% at or before enrolment
  • 30% 28 April 2022
  • 20% 25 August 2022

For students on courses which are longer than 1 year, the instalments above are for the first year of the course.  An instalment plan for the next year's tuition fee must be set up before enrolling onto that year of the course. These instalment dates also apply to those continuing into Year 2 of their postgraduate course in January 2022.

Courses which started in September or October 2020

Courses lasting 1 year or more (of three terms each year) and research degrees

  • 50% on or at enrolment
  • 30% 1 February 2021
  • 20% 7 May 2021

For students on courses which are longer than 1 year, the instalments above are for the first year of the course.  An instalment plan for the next year's tuition fee must be set up before enrolling onto that year of the course. These instalment dates also apply to those continuing into Year 2 of their postgraduate course in September or October 2020.

Four term courses

  • 40% on or at enrolment
  • 20% 1 February 2021
  • 20% 7 May 2021
  • 20% 2 September 2021

Courses which started in January 2021

Courses lasting 1 year or more (of three terms each year) and research degrees

  • 50% at or before enrolment
  • 30% 7 May 2021
  • 20% 2 September 2021

For students on courses which are longer than 1 year, the instalments above are for the first year of the course.  An instalment plan for the next year's tuition fee must be set up before enrolling onto that year of the course. These instalment dates also apply to those continuing into Year 2 of their postgraduate course in January 2021.

Please note:

*The first tuition fee instalment must be paid before you can enrol onto your course. If you've made a successful application for the Postgraduate Master's Loan or Doctoral Loan and intend to use this towards payment of your tuition fees, please see further information on funding your studies by SLC loan.

*If you're an international student, UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) require you to have the funds to pay the full tuition fees for the first year. You must have held these funds for at least 28 consecutive days at the point you apply for the visa. See our Immigration & Visas page for more information.

*Remaining up to date with payments is a necessary part of your enrolment. If you enrol and withdraw from the course 14 days after the course start date, or the date you first attended if later, you are liable for the full tuition fee. See the Student Fees Policy for more information.

Help

If you have any queries regarding an instalment plan, completed our Finance Student Enquiry form.

Postgraduate Research students should contact researchdegrees@arts.ac.uk.