Welcome to the latest edition of the offer-holder newsletter for EU and International students.
Please remember that if you have Firmly accepted your offer of study and have not yet applied for accommodation, the deadline is midnight tonight (31 May 2016). However, International Foundation Programme offer-holders have until 31 July 2016.
If you have already paid your deposit by the time you receive this communication, there is no need for you to take any further action.
There are slightly different rules regarding the deposits for EU and International students, so please choose between the following two subsections:
1. EU Students
Some postgraduate taught courses offered by our School of Biological and Chemical Sciences and our Institute of Dentistry, require a deposit of either £500 or £2,000 in order to secure your place at QMUL. Details regarding the courses that require deposits, the value of the required deposit, and how to make payment are included here.
You are only required to pay a deposit once your place has been confirmed, i.e.., once your offer is unconditional (you have met all academic and English language conditions necessary for admission to the course) and you have firmly accepted it. Our admissions office will send you an email requesting payment when a deposit is required.
2. International Students (non-EU)
All postgraduate taught courses require overseas fee-payers to pay a deposit of £2,000 in order to secure their place at QMUL. The International foundation courses and pre-masters courses also require overseas fee-payers to pay a deposit of £2,000 in order to secure their place at QMUL.
You are only required to pay a deposit once your place has been confirmed, i.e., once your offer is unconditional (you have met all academic and English language conditions necessary for admission to the course) and you have firmly accepted it. Our admissions office will send you an email requesting payment when a deposit is required.
If you are in receipt of a scholarship, or your fees will be paid by a sponsor, you may be exempt from the tuition fee deposit. We do however require a formal letter from your sponsor confirming that your tuition fees will be paid by them.
Further information on how to pay your deposit can be found on your MySIS applicant portal. Your tuition fee deposit will be deducted from your overall tuition fee cost (for the first year of study) and you will only be required to make arrangements to pay the balance when you enrol.
Tuition fee invoices are sent by our Fees office approximately one month before each enrolment date. However, you do not need to wait for an invoice in order to make a payment if your offer is unconditional and you have firmly accepted it.
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