This page contains information about paying tuition fees for UK, EU and international students.
This information applies to:
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
This information applies to:
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.
As an international student you’ll be required to pay a deposit of £4,000 towards your tuition fees before you receive an unconditional offer or Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS). This will be listed as a condition on your offer letter.
Alternatively, if you’re a government sponsored student, you’ll be required to provide a copy of your official letter of sponsorship/financial guarantee to our International Admissions team.
Details of how to pay your deposit will be included with your offer letter. We recommend that you pay online using our University's online payment system.
Alternatively, you can pay via International Bank Transfer with GlobalPay, a specialist international payment platform provided by Western Union Business Solutions. You can also pay by bank-to-bank transfer. This method takes 7-10 days to process. Further information on this payment method will be included in your offer letter.
Requests for refunds of any deposit paid will be administered in accordance with our fees policy – which can be located in the Rules, Regulations and Procedures for Students and a refund of a deposit where applicable may not be given in the event of a refusal of a visa application should Anglia Ruskin University not be at fault, including if the refund arises from you giving false or incomplete information to the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI).
Yes, we will refund your deposit if you cannot join us due to issues relating to COVID-19. The refund will be paid in full, subject to any exchange rate fluctuations and bank charges.
Alternatively, we can defer you to the next intake in January and your deposit can be held for that intake.
Please note that a refund may not be given in the event of a visa refusal arising from the submission of false or incomplete information to the United Kingdom Visas and Immigration service (UKVI).
After you have paid your deposit, you can decide to pay the rest of your annual tuition fee in full, or you can pay in instalments. You may be eligible for an early payment discount if you choose to pay your full annual tuition fee.
If you choose to pay your tuition fees in instalments, you’ll pay a £4,000 deposit, then instalments as follows.
If you choose to pay your tuition fees in instalments, the payment will be taken from your account automatically on the 15th of the appropriate month.
Note that if you don't pay your fees by the agreed dates, you may not be able to continue your studies or graduate.
We recommend that all students use our University’s online payments system online payments system to make a payment to us with a debit or credit card.
Alternatively, you can pay via International Bank Transfer with GlobalPay, a specialist international payment platform provided by Western Union Business Solutions.
If you’re not able to pay online, details of how to pay by bank-to-bank transfer will be included in your offer letter.
We do not accept cash as payment for tuition fees or accommodation.
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.