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    Tuition Fees for International Students 2019-20

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    International Tuition Fees for 2019-20

    Faculty of Liberal Arts and Science

    Business School

    Faculty of Education & Health

    Undergraduate £13,000

    Postgraduate £13,500

    International Foundation Diploma £9,000

    MArch Part 2 £14,500

    Postgraduate Diploma £9,000

    Postgraduate Certificate £4,500

    Year 3 Direct Entry £14,500

    Undergraduate £13,000

    Postgraduate £14,500

    MBA programmes £15,500

    Postgraduate Dual Award £15,000

    Postgraduate Diploma £9,700

    Postgraduate Certificate £4,850

    Year 3 Direct Entry £14,500

    Undergraduate £13,000

    Postgraduate £13,500

    Postgraduate Nursing £14,500

    Postgraduate Healthcare £14,500

    Postgraduate Diploma* £9,000

    Postgraduate Certificate* £4,500

    Undergraduate Nursing £14,500

    Undergraduate Paramedic Science £14,500

    Year 3 Direct Entry £14,500

    *Excluding PGDE and PGCE programmes which are charged at the standard undergraduate international rate.

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    Faculty of Engineering & Science

    Undergraduate* £13,000

    Postgraduate* £13,500

    FdA, FdE, FdSc Programmes £9,000

    Postgraduate Diploma £9,000

    Postgraduate Certificate £4,500

    Year 3 Direct Entry £14,500

    Awards and scholarships International Scholarship Award

    The University of Greenwich has a £1 million scholarships fund available each year to help the best and brightest international students. Applications for the scholarship are open to new full time, international students holding an offer to start their course in academic year 2019/20. University of Greenwich International College (UGIC) students progressing to the University, will also be considered. Payment of this award is by way of tuition fee reduction. For full information this scholarship, application deadlines and how to apply, please visit

    Alumni Progression Bursary

    International students registering for a postgraduate programme after completing a degree programme at either a University of Greenwich campus or partner college are eligible for a 10% reduction on the postgraduate tuition fee. The 10% reduction is applied after all the scholarships and bursaries (where applicable) are deducted from the student fees.

    Students who have studied an undergraduate programme at one of our international collaborative partner institutions and are progressing on to a non-government/ research-funded postgraduate programme at the university may also apply for an Alumni Progression Bursary.

    The programme must run a minimum of one academic year, and the reduction is applied upon full payment of the full-time tuition fee. This reduction does not apply to PhDs, MPhils, PGCE/CertEd and Diploma of Architecture programmes and programmes such as the MEng and MPharm which attract undergraduate fees.

    Students are encouraged to join the university’s alumni association, which offers a variety of benefits for past students (alumni) and is free to join (visit for more information). If a student is awarded this discount, his or her details will be passed to the association.

    For further information about these and other awards and scholarships, please visit

    US Federal Student Aid Programme

    The University of Greenwich is a participant in the US Federal Student Aid Programme, which provides financial assistance for American students studying at overseas universities. For further details, visit loans

    *Fees for Medway School of Pharmacy yet to be confirmed.

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    Pre-registration deposit

    Pre-degree, undergraduate and postgraduate programmes based on one of our three campuses require pre-registration deposit of £3,000 at the time of accepting an offer. The deposit acts as part of the tuition fees and reduces the tuition fees payable on registration.

    Deposits CANNOT be paid by cheque, credit/ debit card or cash. The accepted method of payment is:

    Electronic transfer direct to the university bank account (please note that your bank may charge you for this service):

    Please contact the International Office once you believe your funds have arrived (usually five working days after the transfer) so we can check the payment and process your Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies (CAS) if appropriate.

    Bank name and address: Barclays Bank, 7-8 Victory Parade, Plumstead Road, London, SE18 6FL.

    Account Name: University of Greenwich Number One Account

    Sort code: 20-98-73

    Account number: 00904244

    IBAN number: GB28BARC20987300904244

    SWIFT/BIC number: BARCGB22

    Please ensure that your student reference number (example 00*******) in the payment notes while making the transfer of the pre- registration deposit.

    Discount on full payment

    International students can receive a 5% discount on their net tuition fees. These must be paid in full and received by the university by 30th September for courses starting in September, and by 31st January for January starters. The 5% discount will be for net tuition fees only and will not apply to accommodation charges.

    Payment plan

    After your deposit and all other discounts are applied, the remaining balance can be paid in two equal payments. You will be asked to pay the first 50% of the balance at registration. For September starters, the final payment will be due before the last Friday in January; for January starters, the final payment will be due before the last Friday in May.

    2019-20 Fee

    Postgraduate fee £13,500

    Deposit paid £3,000

    Balance £10,500

    Minimum payment £5,250 at registration

    Balance due £5,250

    (last Friday in January for September starters and last Friday in May for January starters)

    You will not be admitted as a registered student of the university if acceptable arrangements for payment of fees are not agreed to. If you are a student sponsored by your government or employer, you must bring your sponsorship letter with you to registration. Failure to do this will result in you not being admitted to your programme. Please note that students are responsible for all fee payments not covered by your sponsor. Letters of sponsorship from an individual (a parent, relative or friend) are not acceptable. Full details on acceptable arrangements for payment of fees can be found at study/finance/undergraduate/payment

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    Payment of fees at registration

    During online registration, you will be given a summary of the tuition fees payable, less any discounts. In order to complete your registration, you will be asked to enter your credit/debit card details; if you do not have a credit/debit card, you can pay your fees by bank transfer. If you are transferring funds to pay for the tuition fees, please see the bank details given on page 4.

    In addition, continuing students may pay via the student portal. Log on to https:// and click on the ‘My Support Lab’ you will require your student ID and password.

    Students studying on a visa

    An international student studying on a student visa must be studying on a full-time programme. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that he or she is in possession of an appropriate and valid visa. Details of fees payable to the UK government for processing extensions to visas are available at uk/government/organisations/uk-visas-and- immigration

    Once you have paid your deposit and met all your offer conditions, please contact the International Office and we will assist you in obtaining a Confirmation Acceptance of Studies. Please ensure that you include your full name, date of birth and student reference number in all communications.

    Policy on deposits

    Deposits paid to the university are usually non-refundable, except in the following circumstances:

    • The student is subject to a refused UK student visa application (see below).

    • The student does not meet the academic conditions of their offer.

    • You have extenuating circumstances which are accepted by the university.

    • The university is unable to issue a CAS to a student who requires a Tier 4 visa.

    A deposit will be held for a maximum of 2 years, during which time the student is expected to register with the university or provide evidence that one of the circumstances listed above applies. In the event that a student defers their study to a later academic session, the deposit may be transferred to the new intake.

    After 2 years, the deposit will be non- transferrable and non-refundable.

    Deposits (and any tuition fees paid in excess of this) will be refunded in the event that an application for a UK student visa is refused and:

    • the student has not yet started their programme of study.

    • the visa application was submitted after the deposit was paid and applies to the same