Fee payments

Student finance

This page contains information about paying tuition fees for UK, EU and international students.

UK and EU students

This information applies to:

  • UK and EU students who are already studying at ARU
  • EU students starting a course in the 2020-21 academic year.

If you're a UK or EU student you can defer your tuition fee payments by taking out a loan. Many part-time students can also apply for a loan.

If you choose not to defer all or part of your fee payments, you can pay your fees in full or by instalments using our online payments service.

If you decide to pay by instalments you can set up a recurring card payment with your credit or debit card. You have the option to pay in three or six instalments.

Pay your fees

For full details about student loans and other financial help which may be available, see our finance pages for undergraduate or postgraduate students.

International students

This information applies to:

  • international students who are already studying at ARU
  • EU students starting a course from September 2021 onwards.

You can pay your tuition fees and University accommodation costs easily and securely online.

Open the sections below to get a full description of how to follow each step of the process.

Do I have to pay a deposit?
How do I pay my deposit?
If I pay my tuition fee deposit of £4,000 and am not able to join, will I be able to request a refund?
When do I need to pay my fees?
How do I pay my fees?
Can I pay fees in my own currency?

Pay by credit or debit card
Pay by international bank transfer

Fee assessments

We may need you to complete a fee assessment process to establish whether you should pay UK/EU or international fees. If so, our Admissions Office will contact you for more information.