For courses starting in either September, January or May, you’ll be able to pay your tuition fees in three instalments. 40 per cent of your first year’s course fees are due by the point you register for your course, and then a further two instalments of 30% are due in time for the second and third terms of the course. A fee payment schedule is provided below.
Starters fee information
| September starters
|| January starters
|1st instalment of 40% due on or before registration/enrolment,
||1st instalment of 40% due on or before registration/enrolment
|| 1st instalment of 40% due on or before registration/enrolment
|2nd instalment of 30% due in January and 3rd instalment of 30% due in March
||2nd instalment of 30% due in March and 3rd instalment of 30% due in May
||2nd instalment of 30% due in August and 3rd instalment of 30% due in October
For help understanding what your 40% payment would be, if you are an Undergraduate, Postgraduate Taught and Research applicant, please click here
Once you have been offered a place at Brunel, you'll receive an offer email which will list all the conditions of your offer, including details of any deposits you'll need to pay. If you haven't paid your deposit by the time you have met the conditions of your offer, our admissions team will send you a reminder to do so. This deposit forms part of the initial 40 per cent of fees that are required to be paid by enrolment. It’s important you pay this deposit as soon as possible as we need to see that you’re financially committed to studying at Brunel before we’re able to issue you with a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) letter. You’ll need this when applying for a visa to travel to the UK. In the UK, a CAS can only be issued a maximum of three months before enrolment. By law, we’re not allowed to issue you with anything before this time. More information about CAS/VISA applications can be found here.
In addition, if you’re doing a Pre-sessional English course (PSE) with the Brunel Language Centre you’ll need to pay a £1,000 deposit for this before you can be issued with a CAS.
If at any point you’d like to pay more towards your tuition fees, you can. In fact, if you're a fully self-funded student and pay all of your tuition fees by enrolment in September, you can get a 2 per cent discount on the overall fee. The discount won’t be applied automatically, so simply remove 2 per cent from the total fee you’re paying (after deducting any other discounts to which you may be entitled).