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Course fees

Updated course fees for the 2022/23 academic year

Course Scottish Rest of UK & NI International & EU
International Foundation Programme (Business) £9,250 £9,250 £9,250
BA (Hons) International Business £9,250 £9,250 * £14,500 *
BSc (Hons) Professional Health Studies £9,250 * £9,250 * £14,500*
MEd Education Studies (specialism) £7,000 £11,250 £14,500
MSc Accounting and Finance £14,500 £14,500 £14,500
MSc Information Technology £11,250 £11,250 £14,500
MSc Project Management £11,250 £11,250 £14,500
Master of Public Administration £7,000 £11,250 £14,500
MBA with Banking and Finance £14,500 £14,500 £14,500
MBA with Digital Marketing £14,500 £14,500 £14,500
MBA with Leadership £14,500 £14,500 £14,500
MBA with Logistics and Supply Chain Management £14,500 £14,500 £14,500
Pre-sessional English N/A ⁑​ N/A ⁑​ £3,370
Courses Home students course fees * International students course fees *
International Foundation Programme (Business) £9,250 £9,250
BA (Hons) International Business £9,250 * £13,325 *
BSc (Hons) Professional Health Studies £9,250 * £13,325*
MEd Education Studies (specialism) £13,325 £13,325
MSc Accounting and Finance £13,325 £13,325
MSc Information Technology £13,325 £13,325
MSc Project Management £13,325 £13,325
Master of Public Administration £13,325 £13,325
MBA with Banking and Finance £13,325 £13,325
MBA with Digital Marketing £13,325 £13,325
MBA with Leadership £13,325 £13,325
MBA with Logistics and Supply Chain Management £13,325 £13,325
Joint Pre-sessional English/MBA N/A ⁑​ £16,400
Pre-sessional English N/A ⁑​ £3,200

* Course fees – Fees mentioned above are per year fees

⁑​ N/A – Not available

Scholarships – We regret, the London campus does not offer full scholarships at this moment in time. However, there are limited number of bursaries offered to international applicants on a per course basis. Contact email: enquires@teg.london for more details.

Payment plans

These are available for self-funded students to help spread the cost of your tuition fees. There are different arrangements available depending upon your tuition fee status:

Please note that when you are setting up a payment plan, you own bank may apply charges for this and for each transaction. It is your responsibility to cover these local charges yourself as they are not part of your tuition fees.

International (including EU)

As a self-funded international student (either Non-EU or EU (without pre-settled status in the UK)), you can also pay your tuition fees in advance or set-up a payment plan for the remaining balance of your tuition fees, minus the initial deposit, on receipt of invoice.

If you are an International and EU student (without pre-settled status), you may be able to meet the cost of your tuition fees through the following payment plan:

  • 1st payment of £5000 as a tuition fee deposit to enable a CAS to be issued
  • 2nd payment of 50% of balance to be paid on 01st August 2022
  • 3rd payment of 50% of your remaining balance to be paid by 1st November 2022.
  • 1st payment – 50% of the tuition fee payable to enable a CAS to be issued – due in September & prior to enrolment
  • 2nd payment – 25% to be paid on enrolment – due by 30 September
  • 3rd payment – 25% of your remaining balance – due by 10 December

In order to set up your payments in line with the plan above, you will need to set up a recurring payment, using your debit or credit card, through our online payment facility.

  • 1st payment – 50% of the tuition fee payable to enable a CAS to be issued – due in January & prior to enrolment
  • 2nd payment – 25% to be paid on enrolment – due by 30 January
  • 3rd payment – 25% of your remaining balance – due by 30 April

In order to set up your payments in line with the plan above, you will need to set up a recurring payment, using your debit or credit card, through our online payment facility.

  • 1st payment – 50% of the tuition fee payable to enable a CAS to be issued – due in May & prior to enrolment
  • 2nd payment – 25% to be paid on enrolment – due by 30 May
  • 3rd payment – 25% of your remaining balance – due by 30 July

In order to set up your payments in line with the plan above, you will need to set up a recurring payment, using your debit or credit card, through our online payment facility.

UK (Scotland, England, Wales & Northern Ireland) & Republic of Ireland

As a self-funded student from within the UK or from the Republic of Ireland, you can pay your tuition fees in advance or set up the payment plan on receipt of invoice.

Before you start your course, a deposit should be paid at the point of enrolment, which is the equivalent of the fee for one module. You can find out what this module fee is for you and your course by visiting the Undergraduate Tuition Fees page or Postgraduate Tuition Fees page.

The balance of your Tuition Fees is then paid in 7 monthly instalments on the following dates:

  • 1st payment instalment is due on 10 October
  • 2nd payment instalment is due on 10 November
  • 3rd payment instalment is due on 10 December
  • 4th payment instalment is due on 10 January
  • 5th payment instalment is due on 10 February
  • 6th payment instalment is due on 10 March
  • 7th and final instalment is due on 10 April

In order to set up your payments in line with the plan above, you will need to set up a recurring payment, using your debit or credit card, through our online payment facility.

The balance of your Tuition Fees is then paid in 7 monthly instalments on the following dates:

  • 1st payment instalment is due on 10 February
  • 2nd payment instalment is due on 10 March
  • 3rd and final instalment is due on 10 April
  • 4th payment instalment is due on 10 May
  • 5th payment instalment is due on 10 June
  • 6th payment instalment is due on 10 July
  • 7th payment instalment is due on 10 August

The balance of your Tuition Fees is then paid in 3 monthly instalments on the following dates:

  • 1st payment instalment is due on 10 June
  • 2nd payment instalment is due on 10 July
  • 3rd payment instalment is due on 10 August

Sponsored students

If you are a self-funding student but your tuition fees are being paid by someone other than yourself (or your family), then you are classed as a sponsored student.

The payment plans detailed above are not applicable where a sponsor is paying your tuition fees, and separate terms and conditions will apply to your sponsor.

It is important to note though, that even though you are not paying for your tuition yourself, you are still responsible for ensuring that these are paid to the University in full and on time.

Sponsorship

If your tuition fees are being paid by someone other than yourself (or your family), then you are classed as a sponsored student.

Your sponsor may be a:

  • Private sector employer
  • Public sector organisation
  • Government agency
  • Charitable trust
  • International government or agency
  • Foundation
  • Not-for-profit organisation
  • Overseas institution

Sponsors can pay all or part of your tuition fees and any additional costs on your behalf.

However, it is important to remember that the University’s relationship is always with you (the student) as the recipient of tuition.

If a sponsor fails to pay all or part of the fee, regardless of any agreement they have with a student, the student will remain liable for any outstanding costs

If your tuition fees are being paid on your behalf by a sponsor, you need to submit a Sponsorship Form confirming the details for your arrangement, and ensuring the University has the information needed to invoice your sponsor.

Completed forms should be returned by email to: ar@uws.ac.uk

Where the University does not have your sponsor information you will be invoiced for your tuition fees.

Online tuition fee payment

Our online payment facility is the quickest and easiest way to pay your deposit, advanced payments, and tuition fees. If you choose to pay online, you will receive a receipt instantly to inform you that payment has been made. For all other methods of payments, please check with your bank to see when the funds are transferred.

Whether you are paying online or by bank transfer please ensure that you quote your Banner ID and full name when making a payment.

In order to set up your payments in line with the plan above, you will need to set up a recurring payment, using your debit or credit card, through our online payment facility.

Refund policy

Non‐refundable deposits – International Students
If a student has received a CAS (Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies) from UWS and thereafter decides not to take up their place a non-refundable fee of £500 will be retained by UWS.

A student will be eligible for a refund (less £500 fee) in the event that they have applied for a visa to study at UWS and this has been refused by the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI). A copy of the visa refusal letter must be provided to UWS.

The University will review each visa refusal on a case by case basis examining all of the facts before making an informed decision.

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