Paying your fees can be a stressful part of starting up at university, so that's why we're here to help you out every step of the way.
Open the sections below to get a full description of how to follow each step of the process.
International students are required to pay a deposit of £4,000 for undergraduate, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research courses. The exact amount you’ll be required to pay will be listed as a condition in your offer letter, and you’ll not be issued a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) until the deposit has been received by our University.
Requests for refunds of any deposit paid will be administered in accordance with our fees policy – which can be located in the Rules, Regulations and Procedures for Students (section 3, refunding tuition fees) and a refund of a deposit where applicable may not be given in the event of a refusal of a visa application should Anglia Ruskin University not be at fault, including if the refund arises from you giving false or incomplete information to the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI).
Or alternatively you can provide a letter of sponsorship/financial guarantee. This must be on letterhead paper and include the following information:
After you have paid your deposit, you can decide to pay the rest of your fees in full, or you can follow our University's instalment payment plan. Early payment discounts are available for new students, if you choose to pay your full annual tuition fee.
Instalment plans for new international students
If you choose to pay your tuition fees in instalments, you’ll pay a £4,000 deposit, then instalments as follows:
All tuition fee instalments are deducted for payment on the 15th of the appropriate month.
Note that if you don't pay your fees by the agreed dates, you may not be able to continue your studies or graduate.
If you're paying your fees before the start of your course, or by instalments: please use our University's web payments system. If you're not able to pay online, please contact your Admissions Officer who can give you advice about paying by bank to bank transfer, cheque, or bankers draft.
If you're paying your fees once you arrive at our University: you can make a payment in person at our Finance office (we’ve got offices in Cambridge and Chelmsford) using cash, debit or credit card, cheque, or bankers draft.
Further information about how and when to pay your fees is included in the Welcome Guide for International Students a copy of which will be sent to you with your offer letter.
Yes you can. Whether you're paying your fees in full or by instalments, you can pay them in your own currency using Western Union, a specialist in international payments.