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How to pay for your tuition fees and accommodation
Students can pay any amount between £10 and the full balance.
Applicants who want to make any additional payments can make a payment using the other methods mentioned on this page.
International student fees should be paid using the Oxford Brookes University international payments platform: WU® GlobalPay for Students.
This fast and reliable service allows you to pay in your local currency via bank transfer or by using a wide range of local online payment options including Alipay, UnionPay,India NetBanking and more without incurring any transaction charges. Gain peace of mind that your payment will arrive in full with our preferred payment service today.
Payment can be made directly into the Oxford Brookes bank account - see details below.
Where possible please email a copy of the transfer documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that the account number is fixed and not subject to change.
We do not accept payments from the following countries: Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, and Crimea.
During the vacation period before you start your course, you will be sent an email containing instructions on how to complete your online enrolment and provide your tuition fee payment details online.
Research Student Enrolment is administered by the Research Degrees Team and all Research Students will be sent information about annual enrolment in July.
If you have any queries please contact the Research Degrees Team Tel:01865 484244 or email@example.com
You can pay your tuition fees in full at the start of the academic year or in two equal instalments at the start of each semester - in September and January. There is a 3-payment option for courses which have a 3-term structure.
If you have a sponsor, such as a commercial or charitable organisation who is paying your fees, you will need to provide an official letter of sponsorship from them. This letter should include: the invoice address, name of student, amount of sponsorship and a contact for whom invoice should be sent to. We will then invoice them for the full fee amount giving them 30 days to pay. Please note that if your sponsor fails to pay your fees you will be liable.
Note: Parents, family members or friends who may be paying your tuition fees are not classed as sponsors.
If you withdraw from your program, or take temporary withdrawal
from your program, your tuition fee costs may be adjusted based on your last
date of attendance. See further
Please note that no application for a refund of fees will be
considered unless a withdrawal from studies (temporary or permanent) has been
fully approved by the University. Any
overpayment of tuition fees arising from a temporary withdrawal from studies will
be automatically carried forward as credit into the next Academic Session. The
credit will be used to offset any fee liability upon resumption of studies.
Students can however make a formal application for a refund at the point of
If an Undergraduate Home or EU student is in receipt of a
Tuition Fee Loan from Student Finance England, they will not be entitled to a
refund on any overpayment of tuition fees.
Any overpayment of tuition fees
caused by a withdrawal from studies will be repaid by the University to Student
Finance England, who will credit the student’s loan account . The table below outlines the percentage of tuition fee liability for students who withdraw from studies in 2018-19.
Student Fee Liability
% of full year tuition fees
* The date of withdrawal is that entered on the
student’s account by the University.
Accommodation licence terms and conditions can be found here.
Any queries please contact:
Tel: +44 (0)1865 483088 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
University Debt Policy
The University's Student Debt Policy can be found in the University Regulations.