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Invoices and payments

Queen Mary will send you an invoice in August, which will represent the charge for the full academic year you are enrolled on. If you choose to accept a place at Queen Mary it is your responsibility to ensure that your tuition fees are paid when they are due. You should therefore ensure that you have sufficient financial resources available in the UK to do so throughout your full programme of study. Fees due in any academic year are payable prior to, or at enrolment.

Temporary enrolment

Students who do not pay the required amount of fees or provide proof of sponsorship or a Tuition Fee Loan at enrolment will be given temporary enrolment. Temporary enrolment allows a student to attend lectures but not to borrow books from the library or receive financial support such as a Maintenance Grant or Loan from the Student Loans Company.

Tuition fee payment


Tuition Fee Regulations 2014-15 [PDF 580 KB]

Please note - tuition fees are a student's responsibility. If a student is not paying the fees, it is still their responsibility to inform the Fees Office of their sponsor's details. If tuition fee payments are not made on time, the student will be classed as a Debtor and their registration with Queen Mary may be terminated.  See Failure to pay tuition fees

Any student responsible for the payment of their own fees can make payment in the following ways:

Credit and debit card

Payment of fees and accommodation charges can be made online by credit or debit card.  Please go to our online payment pages: www.qmul.ac.uk/epay.

Please be aware that there is a two per cent (2%) charge for all payments made by credit card, in person at the cashier or via the telephone. There is currently no charge for online payment.

Payments can also be made by phone or by sending a completed credit card payment form by post, which can be downloaded here:

Credit/debit card payment form [PDF 2.34 MB]

Queen Mary University of London does not accept American Express or Diners Club.

Banker's Draft

Banker's draft should be made payable to: Queen Mary University of London.
Please note that all danker's srafts returned as unpaid will incur a £25 fee.

Bank transfer

Our bank details are as follows:

Barclays Bank
240 Whitechapel Road
London
E1 1BS

Account: Queen Mary, University of London Main
Sort code: 205706
Account number: 20218782
Swift number: BARCGB22
IBAN number: GB 48 BARC 2057 0620 2187 82

You can also download:

How to Pay [PDF 3.52 MB]

It is imperative that when instructing your bank, you insist that the invoice number along with your surname and initials are quoted to assist us in identifying the payment and allocating it to the correct account.

Cash

Can be paid directly to Barclays Bank using the Giro credit slip attached to the invoice or by downloading a bank transfer form. Please ensure a Student ID is entered.

All payments must include your name and student number.

How to Pay [PDF 3.52 MB]

Discount for prompt payment

If you are paying international student fees and you pay your tuition fees in full on or before enrolment, you will be eligible for a 1% reduction on the tuition fee payable in 2014-15. If you have been awarded a scholarship by Queen Mary, the 1% reduction will apply only to the remaining balance of your tuition fees after your scholarship has been taken into account.

If you are a Home/EU postgraduate student paying tuition fees of over £7,500 in full on or before enrolment, you will be eligible for a 1% reduction on the tuition fee payable in 2014-15. If you have been awarded a scholarship or any other discount by Queen Mary, the 1% reduction will not apply.

Liability on interruption or withdrawal

If a student interrupts their study or withdraws from their degree programme, they are responsible for payment of part of or the full year's tuition fee. Please see the following document for detailed information:

Tuition Fee Regulations 2014-15 [PDF 580 KB]

Late payment

Students are required to settle their fee account promptly. If a student is unable to pay they must consult the Head of Income and Credit Control at the earliest opportunity. Extensions of the time to pay will normally only be granted in exceptional circumstances. If a student fails to pay without having been granted an extension to the payment due date, the student is liable to have their registration terminated and to be excluded from attending classes and using College facilities.

Students who are unable to pay their tuition fees on time should immediately seek advice from the Advice and Counselling Service.

Ordinance C3: Termination of registration of a student in debt [PDF 8 KB]

Failure to pay tuition fees

Tuition Fee Regulations 2014-15 [PDF 580 KB]

If you fail to pay the required amount of tuition fees by the due dates for payment your registration as a student of QMUL could be terminated in accordance with Ordinance C3. De-registration normally takes place in February. If you are de-registered, you will not be able to take any QMUL examinations in this academic year. If you are de-registered, it may be possible to be reinstated once the debt is cleared, however this is subject to an administrative charge (currently £250) and you will not be reinstated until at least 12 months after you have been de-registered.

If you are a debtor

your record in the Student Information System will be flagged as a debtor record.

Some of the consequences of this include:

  • You will not be able to obtain official confirmation of your assessment results, progression or awards
  • You will not be able to book a place at a graduation ceremony
  • Your details and information regarding your debts may be passed to a debt collection agency employed by QMUL
  • You will be prevented from re-enrolling with QMUL
  • You will not be able to obtain any formal documentation from QMUL
  • You will not be able to borrow books from QMUL libraries

Protocol on fees

Queen Mary University of London, in common with all other UK institutions of higher education, is bound by legislation and regulations which embody the Government's policy on fees both for Home and Overseas students, including the provision that Home and European Union undergraduate students should contribute to the cost of their education through the payment of tuition fees.

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