Fees & Funding
Our current fees for undergraduate degrees are:
|UK/EU campus students 3 or 4 year duration||£9,250 per annum|
|International campus students 3 or 4 year duration||£13,500 per annum|
|International Foundation Programme||£10,900*|
|Pre-sessional English (seven week programme)||£1,400|
|Pre-sessional English (twelve week programme)||£2,400|
|*Including a £250 deposit|
|3 year full time January 2019, September 2019||£5,700 per annum|
|*Including a £250 deposit|
Tuition fees applicable for the 2019/2020 academic year
Tuition fees may increase for every new academic year and for new course intakes dependent on government policy and to take into account inflation and other costs. The University of Law Business School, a faculty of The University of Law, is a private institution and as such we differ slightly from other universities. For more information please view our 2019 Fee Schedule and the Instalment Schedule applicable to your course.
The fees can be paid in full on or before 17 September 2019* (if you’re starting in 2019) or you can pay your tuition fees by three equal instalments (UK/EU) as follows:
|YEAR 1||DUE ON OR BEFORE|
|Instalment 1||17 September 2019|
|Instalment 2||1 January 2020|
|Instalment 3||1 April 2020|
More information regarding fees and instalment schedules can be found in our terms and conditions.
If you’re successful in securing a UK Government fee loan, any payment of fees must be made directly to The University of Law in three instalments throughout the course. As we’re a private institution, the maximum fee loan that can be awarded to study a full-time undergraduate degree with us is £6,165 which is what we charge UK and EU students. Students will be able to apply for Government funding from March 2019 for 2019 entry (as per applicants to all universities)
If you have secured a UK Government loan, you need to provide us with a copy of your University and College Payment Advice letter and confirm your individual Student Support Number in order for the University to receive tuition fee payments from the Student Loans Company (SLC).
If you’re unable to provide this notice from the SLC at registration, you’ll be responsible for paying the full tuition until the University has seen evidence of your support entitlement.
This loan is not means-tested and therefore most UK students should be eligible to receive the maximum £6,165 loan, unless you have studied a first degree previously. You can also choose to borrow a lesser amount (or none) from the SLC.
Also known as a living cost support, students studying on a full-time course are eligible to apply for maintenance support to help pay for living costs such as accommodation, food and travel. The amount each individual will receive is affected by the household income, circumstances and where you reside within the UK.
Please read the relevant section overleaf to calculate the financial support you are entitled to, depending on your area of ordinary residence prior to starting your course. Unfortunately, EU students and part-time students are not eligible for living cost support.
The first instalment of any maintenance support provided by the SLC will not be released until The University of Law has confirmed you have attended your course and confirmed your individual Student Support Number as issued by the SLC.
These maintenance loans are not required to be repaid by the student until you have left the course and are earning an income.
The exact amount of support each student will receive will depend on the amount of household income, where you opt to study and live. As a rough guide if your household receives under £25,000 per annum you will be entitled to receive the maximum support available.
If you are a student in receipt of means tested benefits whilst in study, you may qualify for a higher maintenance loan to assist towards additional costs of dependent child(ren) or partner.
Students that started a course prior to Sept 2016 will be classed as “continuing” students and as such will be entitled to a different package of financial support.
For more information, please refer to the government website for the area you reside in
England: Student Finance England
Wales: Student Finance Wales
Northern Ireland: Student Finance NI
Scotland: The Students Awards Agency for Scotland
Undergraduate Scholarships for 2019
Scholarships for on-campus courses commencing in September 2019 will be available. Details to be announced soon.
If you have a disability, you may be entitled to claim extra financial help while studying. Disabilities covered include long-term illnesses, mental-health conditions and specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia. These grants do not depend on income and don't have to be repaid. To find out what you could be entitled to, visit the UK Government website.
You can apply for student finance online or by completing paper applications.
You should apply for support as soon as possible to allow time for your application to be processed prior to enrolment. If you apply after 31 May 2019 you may not receive confirmation of how much support you’re entitled to receive before the course starts and may experience delays in the funding being released.
For further information, visit the student finance website for your region:
If you accept a place at The University of Law’s Business School through UCAS and then decide you don’t wish to take up this place, you’ll need to request the cancellation in writing to the Admissions team, either by post or email: email@example.com, on or before the fee liable date in order not to be liable for the first instalment of tuition fees.
The amount you owe will increase each year with interest. Interest is charged at the rate of inflation plus 3%. You don’t start repaying your tuition fee and maintenance loans until you are in work and earning over £21,000 a year. The amount you repay is calculated at a rate of 9% of your income over £21,000. So, if your salary is £25,000 a year, you pay 9% of £4,000, which works out as £6.92 a week.
How you will be required to pay the tuition fees will depend on your residency or funding status. More information regarding fee payments and liabilities can be found in our terms and conditions.
How to pay your course fees
The course fee pays for tuition, text books, course materials and learning resources. Course fees exclude examination resits which will be charged for separately.
Please note that there is no need to contact The University of Law’s Business School to check whether your payment has been received as there are automatic processes to acknowledge both payment and outstanding payment.
When and how much should I pay?
Fees can be paid either in full or by instalments. Please refer to the University's finance terms and conditions for details of payment deadlines.
If any part of your fees is being paid by the Student Loans Company, you will need to bring a copy of your University Payment letter and confirm your individual Student Support Number in order for The University of Law to receive tuition fee payment from the Student Loans Company (SLC).
As we are a private university, the maximum funding you can receive from the Student Loans Company towards tuition is £6,165 per annum for a full-time course or £4,500 for a part-time course.
We only accept payments in Pounds Sterling.
How should I pay?
(a) Online with a debit or credit card
This payments service allows you to pay your tuition fees instantly over a secure connection at any time of the day or night.
You will need your Student Reference Number, card details and be aware of how much tuition you need to pay then follow the on screen instructions. You will be asked to enter your e-mail address. When the transaction is successfully completed you will be e-mailed a receipt and the transaction details. We will not accept payments by American Express and Diners Club. The University does not add a transaction charge for payments made by debit card.
(b) By Bank Transfer
If you want to pay from your bank account then please pay 'The University of Law Limited';
Address: Fleet Street (B) Branch
P.O. Box 281
156 Fleet Street
Account No. 61481211
Sort code: 60-80-08
It is important to state your Student Reference Number in the reference field. Without this information we cannot identify your payment and your account with the University will have an overdue balance. In addition to any bank charges levied by your own bank you may incur a small commission charge levied by The University of Law Limited bank which is payable by you.
(c) By Online Paperless Direct Debit
To make payment of your course fees by direct debit please click on the attached link, enter your ELITE login details and complete the Direct Debit mandate online using your UK bank account details.
The University of Law will send you a confirmation letter via e-mail to your University e-mail address once you have set up your direct debit details and will send out an advance notice letter 10 days prior to payment being taken from your nominated bank account. Please note that the nominated bank account must be the student's personal account and excludes bank accounts in joint names.
(d) By Cheque
Cheques should be made payable to ‘The University of Law Limited’ and sent to:
The University of Law
14 Store Street
The cheque should arrive on or before your course fee instalment date. Please refer to the terms and conditions for details of payment deadlines.
Please write your student reference number, full name and course on the reverse of the cheque.
If you pay by a cheque drawn on an overseas bank there may be a delay before the bank can process your cheque and you will be liable for any bank charge.
How do I get a receipt or statement?
You will be sent a fee request e-mail to your University and personal e-mail accounts when payment is due. This is a formal demand for course fee payment.
When your payment has been allocated on our system, you’ll receive an e-mailed acknowledgement in your University e-mail account. This will include the value of your payment.
Statements will be e-mailed regularly to your University e-mail account.
What if I might miss the payment deadline?
As per the finance terms and conditions of your offer, payment to the University is via a maximum of three instalments.
What if I have missed the payment deadline?
If you miss the payment deadline, you risk being de-registered from the course and legal action being taken to collect fees. Examination results and assessment results will not be issued. Students who have not paid their fees will also lose their guarantee of a place on the next academic year.
What if I cancel my place or wish to defer a reserved place?
Please refer to the University's finance terms and conditions for our cancellation policy.
What if I have a different course fee query?
If your query is not answered here, please get in touch with the Student Finance Officer, see details below.
Please note that we have automatic processes in place to acknowledge both payment and any overdue balances, so there is no need for you to worry about contacting us to check if your payment has been received.
If you have any questions regarding fees and funding at The University of Law Business School that are not answered on our website, contact our Student Finance Officer on:
Telephone: +44 (0)1483 216047
We will endeavour to process your query within 48 hours, however at busy times of the year such as enrolment or Clearing the response time will be within 72 hours.
If you have any questions regarding fees and funding at The University of Law Business School that are not answered on our website, contact us on 0800 107 6766 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We'll endeavour to process your query within 24 hours, however at busy times of the year such as enrolment or clearing the response time will be within 48 hours.
You can also find more information on student finance on gov.uk.