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TUITION FEE and BURSARY POLICY
2013-2014

1. Introduction

The University of Gloucestershire reviews its fees and its fee policy annually.
Tuition fees are liable to change year on year and are available on the University website.
Please note that the University reserves the right to alter the timing and/or location and or/content of the academic provision. This does not alter the liability of the student for payment of course fees and the agreement between the student and the University in relation to the payment of all fees due will remain in place. 2. Liability for Payment
All students are liable to pay tuition fees. You are responsible at all times for any fees or amounts outstanding to the University.
If you are being sponsored, please return a completed Sponsorship Authorisation form. The University accepts Sponsorship by UK/EU/EEA Registered Companies and International Government Embassies
(The University will confirm validity of all Sponsorship). For sponsored courses, fees are payable in full at the start of the course upon receipt of invoice. University terms are 30 days net. You are responsible at all times for any fees or amounts outstanding to the University. The failure of your sponsor to pay fees does not negate this liability.
In the case of Research students in receipt of a University Studentship or a School/Research Unit
Bursary, you will need to provide evidence of your formal letter of award issued by the Research
Administration Office.
If you are in receipt of student support through the Student Loans Company (SLC), Student Awards
Agency for Scotland (SAAS), or Islands Governments (Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man), and the University does not receive your financial assessment, you could be held responsible for paying the full fee.
You should be aware that you will be charged and thus financially liable for:
• Taking more than 8 modular credits in each level in an academic year (full-time undergraduate students). • Modules taken beyond the expected completion date e.g.: a deferred dissertation must be paid for at the prevailing module rate.
• Trailed modules
• Failed modules
• Reassessment of examinations and coursework.
• Where exceptionally permitted, late addition or deletion of a module.
It should be noted that some individual modules involve a charge, for example associated with expenses for a field visit.
All fees due must be fully discharged before completion of your award or qualification.

15 October 2012

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3. Methods of Payment
The University encourages students to pay in advance and we accept the following payment methods using the University website, by phone or in person:






Credit or Debit Card
Instalments by Direct Debit – (see Appendix A for eligibility and instalment terms for 2013/14 only)
Cheque or Bankers Draft – made payable to the University of Gloucestershire
Cash
Bank Transfer National Westminster Bank plc
P O Box 9
31 Promenade
CHELTENHAM
GL50 1LH
Account Name: University of Gloucestershire
Account No:
24241350
Sort Code:
60-05-16
IBAN No:
GB92NWBK60051624241350
Swift Code:
NWBK GB 21 29X
Please ensure you quote the student name and student number on your remittance. Please forward a copy of your remittance advice to:
University of Gloucestershire
Income Team, Fees Administration (WW001)
The Park
CHELTENHAM
GL50 2RH
Or email as an attachment to fees@glos.ac.uk

Instalments - Paying by Direct Debit
In agreeing to a Direct Debit to be set up, you are entering into a commitment to ensure there are the funds in your bank account at the due date. Failure to keep up with your payments/ late payment or cancellation of Direct Debits without prior notification will result in an administrative charge of £30.
If you are aware that a Direct Debit will not be successful, you must notify the Income Team giving a minimum of five working days notice otherwise you will liable for the £30…