Fees information for continuing students
When you re-enrol on your programme at QM for the 2013-14 academic session, you will be sent an invoice for your new tuition fee charges.
Below are links to the tuition fee schedules which set out the fees which will be charged in 2013-14 for continuing students. By re-enrolling you are agreeing to the terms and condition set out in the Tuition Fee Regulations for 2013-14.
It is important that you read the regulations in the section below as there are a number of changes for the 2013-14 academic session.
More information about how to re-enrol is available on the Re-enrolment web pages: www.arcs.qmul.ac.uk/students/study/enrolment/index.html.
Below are links to information about the tuition fees for 2013-14 for your level of study:
Tuition Fee Regulations 2013-14
The Tuition Fee Regulations for 2013-14 for all students are available below:
This year’s regulations include the following changes:
- The Fees Office will begin sending out invoices to continuing students in August. Fees are due prior to re-enrolling. If you are a self-funding student you are required to pay your fees in full prior to re- enrolling or set up an agreed payment plan with the Finance Department to complete payment by 31 January 2014. There is an additional charge of £50 to set up this payment plan for all students except undergraduate Home/EU students. However, if you decide to pay the tuition fees in full on or before re-enrolment you are entitled to a 1 % discount if your fee is £7,500 or more. Undergraduate Home/EU self-payers are not eligible for this discount, but may be given an extended payment plan in exceptional circumstances. If your fees are being paid in full by the SLC then you will need to provide the Finance Department with a copy of your support notification. If you are being sponsored by a recognised sponsor then your fees will be due seven days from date of invoice.
- If you are an Undergraduate Overseas fee payer who is returning to your studies in 2013/14 after resitting out of attendance or interrupting in 20120-13, you will be charged the rate for the cohort you are joining. This means your fees may increase by more than inflation if the cohort behind you were charged a higher rate when they first joined.
- Fees for taught postgraduate students on a part-time or variable mode of study entering the 2nd year of their programme have increased by inflation except in cases where the new student rate is lower, in which case the new student rate will be charged.
- If payment is not made in full by 31 January 2014, you will be de-registered.
If you have a query
If you have a query about your tuition fee invoice for 2013-14, you may contact:
Income and Credit Control Office
Queens’ Building 1st floor west
Queen Mary, University of London
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS
Monday to Friday, 9.00 am to 4.30 pm
Fee Payments and Payment Plans
Telephone: 020 7882 7676