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International Fee FAQs

Please find all the information you need on the How to pay your fees page.

You must pay your tuition fees before full enrolment each academic year. Enrolment dates can be found on the Enrolment & Temporary Enrolment Deadlines page

You will not be fully enrolled until you have paid or made arrangements to pay your fees. 

In 2024/25 the final enrolment dates are: 

New Student:  4th October 2024*

Continuing Students: 6th October 2024 

Your fee amount is shown on your offer letter, your invoice, MySIS (My Finances) and our website

New Student Fees: 

Continuing fees: 

*New students who do not pay by this date will be given temporary enrolment with a payment deadline of 11th October 2024.

If your tuition fee is more than £1000, you can arrange an instalment plan with the Fees office to pay by instalments. There is a non-refundable administration fee of £50 to pay by instalments. 

International students must pay at least 50% upfront before enrolment. The remaining 50% can be paid by 31st January or in four instalments up to 31st January. The £2000 deposit can go towards the first 50%. The £50 admin charge is payable with the first instalment only. This fee can be paid online.

Full details can be found on the tuition fee instalment page and the link to the online instalment plan portal


Total Fee:           £20,000

Deposit Paid:     £2,000

Amount due before enrolment:                £8,000 or £10,000 if no deposit paid + £50 admin charge

Amount due before 31st January:             £10,000


£2500 28th October

£2500 28th November

£2500 28th December

£2500 31st January


You will only receive your invoice after you have successfully completed the Online Enrolment task on MySIS, depending on how you have told us you will be paying your fees. Please be advised it will be sent to you via email within a few working days of completing the task.

You will, however, receive an email shortly after completing your Online Enrolment with guidance on how to pay your fees and who to contact if you need support. Contact details will differ depending on the method you will be using to pay your fees so please refer to this email in the first instance. The subject line is 'Tuition Fees - Funding Option'.

If you would like to make a fee payment before mid-late August and your Admissions status is Unconditional Firm (UF) please visit MySis where the amount payable can be found in the My Finance section. 

If you have not received your invoice, please check your email junk folder. If you would like a copy of your invoice, please email along with your Student ID Number.

Students whose university fees are £10,000 or higher will receive a 1% discount if they pay their fees in full before enrolment. The prompt payment discount applies to students who pay the overseas rate of fees on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and Home students on postgraduate programmes.

It does not apply to 'Home fee' paying undergraduate students and Channel Islands or Isle of Man students, where the fees are regulated by the UK government.

You are strongly advised to deduct 1% from the full tuition fee and pay 99% rather than paying full fees with the view of applying for a refund. If you have already paid full tuition fees, you will need to submit a refund request via MySIS before January 31st for September starters and before 30th April for January starters. 

You should receive an automated receipt by email. Below is a estimated timeline of when your email receipt will be sent depending on the payment method used:

Online payment: 1 working day

International payment: 4-7 working days

Bank transfer: 2-3 working days

If you have not received your receipt, please check your email junk folder.

Please email along with your Student ID Number and proof of payment if you have not received your receipt after the estimated time.

Your invoice will always quote your full tuition fees as shown on your offer letter. The invoice will not deduct any upfront payments or deposit payments.

You are not expected to pay the full invoice amount if you have already made a payment towards your fees. You are only expected to pay the balance after deducting your upfront payments.

An up-to-date statement of your account is shown under the MyFinance section of MySIS. This will show your current balance and amount to pay.


Total fee: £20,000

Deposit paid £2,000

(Invoice will show £20,000)

Amount to pay: £20,000 - £2000 =  £18,000

If you are paying in full before enrolment to take advantage of the 1% discount you must also deduct the 1% discount. The 1% discount is against the invoice amount. In the example above the 1% discount would be £200 therefore you would pay £18,000 - £200 = £17,800

Deposits are usually non-refundable and non-transferable and may be refunded under exceptional circumstances. Please refer to the refund policy for deposit payments

All deposit refund requests must be made via the applicant portal on MySiS.  The request must be submitted within 30 days of the start date of your programme, as stated on your offer letter.

Refunds are normally issued within 21 days of the receipt of the written request and supporting documentation where eligible however during the busy enrolment period this can take longer.

For further information regarding the processing of refunds, please refer to Section 18 of the University Fee Regulations.

Your fee status determines the rate of fees that you will pay for your course at Queen Mary

Your fee status is assessed by the Admissions Office during your application process.

If you believe you have been assessed incorrectly, you must complete a Fee Status Questionnaire and return it alongside the relevant supporting information as soon as possible and by no later than 31 October (for programmes starting in September) or within two weeks of your enrolment deadline (for programmes starting in any other month).

Please be advised that your fee status is shown to you during the Pre-Enrolment task within the 'Personal, Financial and Academic details' section. If you believe your fee status is incorrect then you should not finish Pre-Enrolment. Completing the task means that you have accepted your assessed fee status and accept liability for the associated fees. If you have already completed it then you should see the Admissions Fees Status webpage for guidance on appealing.

An unpaid fees flag is placed on the records of students with overdue fees. The outstanding fee might be tuition fees, a field trip, or other charges. You can view your fee account under the My Finances section on MySIS. If you need further information about this outstanding amount or believe that there is an error, please contact the Fees office.

You may also be flagged for unpaid fees if you are a sponsored student and we have not yet processed your sponsor letter.  If you believe this may be the case with your red flag, please contact

If you are a new student unable to pay your fees, you won’t fully enrol until you have paid your tuition fees or arranged an instalment plan.

If you are enrolled and unable to pay your fees by the deadline, please refer to Section 19: 'Failure to Pay' of the Tuition Fee Regulations.

Please refer to the Advice and Counselling funding guides for further information about financial support. If you need any further assistance, please email

We have a wide range of opportunities with different eligibility criteria and application routes. Please refer to our Scholarships database.

The university may increase future university fees for continuing students by an amount defined each academic year. The increase in university fees for unregulated university fees in 24/25 will be 3%. There are certain exceptions, such as for students returning from a period of interruption, students progressing from Year 0 to Year 1 in an undergraduate degree with an integrated foundation year and medical/dental students progressing from the non-clinical to clinical years of their programme.

When the inflationary increase is applied, fees are generally rounded up to the nearest £10 or £50.

Future fee increases for unregulated fee will not be more than 3%.

Some courses include compulsory field trips, the cost of which is additional to tuition fees. You will be notified of any additional fees with your offer of admission.

You can pay your fees online ahead of completing Pre-enrolment. For more information about fee payment, please refer to the how to pay your fees page.

If you have any questions, please contact and remember to include your student ID number in any correspondence.

The bank letter (correctly named Student Status Letter) can only be given to student who are fully enrolled. You will need to pay your fees before you are fully enrolled therefore you will need to find an alternative way to pay your fees other than via a UK bank account.

Payments can be transferred directly to Queen Mary University bank account or payment can be made by card online. Full payment details here 

It is possible that your department has not yet notified the Fees Office of your scholarship. Please email a copy of your scholarship confirmation letter to and we will update your invoice.

If your fees will be paid by a sponsor, please email an official sponsorship letter to

The letter should include the following on a company-headed paper.

  • Student's full name and student/applicant ID number
  • Invoice address
  • Invoice contact person and contact details
  • Sponsorship amount
  • Academic year(s)
  • Programme name
  • Purchase order number (if required)

Please note Queen Mary will only accept sponsors if they pass a credit check and are agreeing to pay the fees directly to Queen Mary. Families and friends will not be accepted as official sponsors.

You may be eligible for a Queen Mary Bursary if you have applied to your regional student funding authority for income assessed UK government financial support. Further details can be found on this page

If you are in receipt of an NHS bursary, please email a copy of your NHS bursary award letter to along with your student ID number and we will invoice NHS directly.

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