Our Student Finance Team are available to help you whilst you are studying with us. If you would like a personal appointment then make sure you contact them using the details below. Meetings in Newcastle can be organised by prior arrangement.
Student Finance Team
Tel: +44 (0)203 944 8030
0203 944 3313
We are committed to assisting you in your studies wherever possible. If you are experiencing any unforeseen financial difficulties in paying your Tuition Fees, you must contact the Finance Team for support and advice as soon as possible.
For more information on what to do if managing your finances becomes a challenge, visit this page to see how the University can help.
International students are required to pay a minimum tuition fee deposit of £5,500.
(If you are a sponsored student, please see the relevant section below before making any payments.
Please note, if you are a Student Route visa student and have made an additional payment after you have been issued a CAS, you do not need to contact us to amend your CAS. You should provide any additional payment receipts as evidence of further funds paid with your visa application.
As per the Terms and Conditions of Offer, you are required to fulfil 50% of your tuition fee payment on or before the university enrolment. This includes the minimum deposit payments already made (i.e. your £5,500 deposit) and any other payment. If you haven’t paid the 50% of your tuition fee, you will be required to do so during the university enrolment.
If you’re an undergraduate or postgraduate student from the UK, you may be able to receive financial support from the Government to help fund your studies.
The Government currently offers two types of loans that cover:
Both loans will need to be repaid after your studies, however generally you won’t have to start paying anything back until the April after you have finished your course once you are employed and earning above a specific amount. For more information on when you’ll start repaying, please refer to your student finance repayment plan. Any loan remaining for students from England after 40 years will be written off. Other UK countries such as Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have different thresholds around repayment.
How to apply
If you would like to find out more information about Student Finance loans and how to apply, please refer to the following:
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Please note when making a payment ensure your Student ID is included first followed by your name so that we can allocate your payment to your student account as soon as possible.
Our payment information for self-funding students can be found below:
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|Account Name||NORTHUMBRIA LONDON CAMPUS LTD|
The University accepts payments from the following cards:
If you would prefer to make your payment over the phone then please use one of the phone numbers listed below:
+44(0)20 3944 4565
You can pay by credit/debit card at the Finance office. Please note that we may require you to provide photo identification at the time that you make such payment.
This identification should either be a passport or student ID card which we will copy and attach to your application.
Please note although we do accept cash you will need to provide evidence to the origin of the cash.
If a university approved sponsor is paying your fees, you are exempt from paying a deposit providing:
Unfortunately, Northumbria University is not currently able to accept financial guarantee/sponsor letters from students sponsored by:
Students who have financial guarantee letters should follow the instructions in the “Paying your Tuition Fee Deposit” section of this webpage and pay their deposit and tuition fee as a self-funded student would. Should the sponsor subsequently be in a position to pay then the University can accept payment from the sponsor and in return will refund the student.
In addition to your tuition fees, you should also allow enough funds to cover your living expenses for the duration of your studies. The actual amount that you will need depends on your lifestyle, but the UKVI recommend that the minimum amount required by a single student to cover basic living expenses (e.g. accommodation, heating, food) is approximately £1,334 in London.
If you are applying for a Student Route Visa to enter the UK, please refer to the information on maintenance requirements to support your visa. It is important that you read this information very carefully as it is your responsibility to ensure that you hold the correct funds required for your visa application otherwise your visa may be refused.
Our international students are required to pay a deposit towards their tuition fees. This information will be detailed in your offer letter.
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