Postgraduate Course Fees

Find out about the course fees for your chosen postgraduate course at The University of Law, by accessing the relevant tab on this page.

Funding your studies

Please check out our useful information on funding your studies, which includes details of our flexible payment plans and scholarships, as well as sources of information on third party funding.

What’s included

Our course fees include tuition, interactive learning resources and first attempt examination or assessment fees.

Funding your studies

Please check out our useful information on funding your studies, which includes details of our flexible payment plans and scholarships, as well as sources of information on third party funding.

GDL course fees  

GDL Fees - January 2019

A deposit of £250 is payable upon accepting your place and the first instalment of your fees will be due for payment before the start of your course.

Campus Total fees payable 
Birmingham, Guildford  £9,120 
Leeds  £8,990  
London Moorgate  £11,270 

We offer a choice of payment options for UK and EEA students:

  • Single payment
  • Two instalments
  • Three instalments*
  • Ten instalments*

*These instalment options are not available to students who require a Tier 4 visa.

For more information on payment options and funding, please visit  postgraduate funding options

For more information on fees and instalment schedules, please see our  terms and conditions.  
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GDL Fees - September 2019

A deposit of £250 is payable upon accepting your place and the first instalment of your fees will be due for payment before the start of your course.

Campus Total fees payable 
Bristol, Exeter, Birmingham, Guildford, Reading, Chester, Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool  £9,350 
London (Bloomsbury and Moorgate)  £11,650  

We offer a choice of payment options for UK and EEA students:

  • Single payment
  • Two instalments
  • Three instalments*
  • Ten instalments*

*These instalment options are not available to students who require a Tier 4 visa.

For more information on payment options and funding, please visit  postgraduate funding options.  

For more information on fees and instalment schedules, please see our  terms and conditions.   
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i-GDL Fees - January 2019

A deposit of £250 is payable upon accepting your place and the first instalment of your fees will be due for payment before the start of your course.

Study mode  Total fees payable 
Online  £11,270 

We offer a choice of payment options for UK and EEA students:

  • Single payment
  • Two instalments
  • Six instalments*
  • Twenty instalments*

*International students requiring a Supporting Letter for a Short-Term Student Visa or an Entry Clearance should pay a minimum of the first installment before such a letter is issued. Our twenty instalment option is not available to those students.

i-GDL Fees - September 2019

A deposit of £250 is payable upon accepting your place and the first instalment of your fees will be due for payment before the start of your course.

Study mode  Total fees payable 
Online  £9,350 

 

We offer a choice of payment options for UK and EEA students:

  • Single payment
  • Two instalments
  • Six instalments*
  • Twenty instalments*

*These instalment options are not available to students who require a Tier 4 visa. 

For more information on payment options and funding, please visit  postgraduate funding options.  

For more information on fees and instalment schedules, please see our  terms and conditions.   
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What’s included

Our course fees include tuition, interactive learning resources and first attempt examination or assessment fees.

Funding your studies

Please check out our useful information on funding your studies, which includes details of our flexible payment plans and scholarships, as well as sources of information on third party funding. We also have a number of scholarships and bursaries open to our MA students.

MA Law Full-time and Part-time - January and September 2019 

A deposit of £250 is payable upon accepting your place and the first instalment of your fees will be due for payment before the start of your course.

Campus Total fees payable 
Birmingham, Guildford, Leeds, Manchester £10,600
London (Bloomsbury and Moorgate) £12,900 

We offer a choice of payment options for UK and EEA students:

  • Single payment
  • Two instalments
  • Three instalments*
  • Ten instalments*


For more information on payment options and funding, please visit Postgraduate funding options

For more information on fees and instalment schedules, please see our terms and conditions.


i-MA Law Full-time and Part-time Online - January and September 2019
Study mode  Total fees payable
Online (i-MA Law) £10,600 

For more information on payment options and funding, please visit Postgraduate funding options

For more information on fees and instalment schedules, please see our terms and conditions.

 

 

*These instalment options are not available to students who require a Tier 4 visa

Course fees are the same for our LPC MSc, LPC LLM and core LPC:

 

What’s included

Our course fees include tuition, textbooks, interactive learning resources, and first attempt examination/assessment fees. 

Examination re-sits will be charged for separately.

What else you have to pay

SRA registration fee: The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) registration fee, which is payable by all students commencing the LPC, is added to your instalments. This fee is currently £15* for our full-time, part-time and i-mode. We forward this fee to the SRA on your behalf.  

 

Funding your studies

Please check out our useful information on funding your studies, which includes details of our flexible payment plans and scholarships, as well as sources of information on third party funding.

LPC course fees

* This charge is set by the SRA and is subject to an increase.


LPC Full-time - January 2019

A deposit of £250 is payable upon accepting your place and the first instalment of your fees will be due for payment before the start of your course. 

Campus  Total fees payable (excluding SRA registration fee)  Total fees payable including £15* SRA registration fee) 
Birmingham, Guildford £12,735 £12,750
Leeds, Manchester £11,935 £11,950
London (Bloomsbury and Moorgate) £16,215  £16,230 

We offer the following payment options for UK and EEA students: 

  • Single payment
  • Two instalments 

For more information on payment options and funding, please visit Postgraduate funding options.  

For more information on fees and instalment schedules, please see our terms and conditions.  

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LPC Full-time Accelerated - January 2019

A deposit of £250 is payable upon accepting your place and the first instalment of your fees will be due for payment before the start of your course.

Campus  Total fees payable (excluding SRA registration fee)  Total fees payable (including £15* SRA registration fee)    
London (Bloomsbury and Moorgate)  £16,215   £16,230  

We offer the following payment options for UK and EEA students: 

  • Single payment
  • Two instalments 

For more information on payment options and funding, please visit  Postgraduate funding options.  

For more information on fees and instalment schedules, please see our  terms and conditions

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i-LLM LPC Part-time Online - March 2019

A deposit of £250 is payable upon accepting your place and the first instalment of your fees will be due for payment before the start of your course.

Study mode  Total fees payable (excluding SRA registration fee)  Total fees payable (including £15* SRA registration fee) 
Online  £16,215  £16,230 

We offer a choice of payment options for our UK and EEA students: 

  • Single payment
  • Two instalments
  • Four instalments
  • Twenty instalments**     

For more information on payment options and funding, please visit Postgraduate funding options.  

For more information on fees and instalment schedules, please see our terms and conditions.  

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LPC Full-time Accelerated - July 2019

A deposit of £250 is payable upon accepting your place and the first instalment of your fees will be due for payment before the start of your course.

Campus  Total fees payable (excluding SRA registration fee)  Total fees payable (including £15* SRA registration fee)    
London Moorgate  £16,750   £16,765  

We offer the following payment options for UK and EEA students: 

  • Single payment
  • Two instalments 

For more information on payment options and funding, please visit  Postgraduate funding options.  

For more information on fees and instalment schedules, please see our  terms and conditions

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LPC Full-time and Part-time - September 2019

A deposit of £250 is payable upon accepting your place and the first instalment of your fees will be due for payment before the start of your course. 

Campus  Total fees payable (excluding SRA registration fee)  Total fees payable including £15* SRA registration fee) 
Bristol, Birmingham, Exeter, Guildford, Reading £13,150 £13,165
Chester, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester £12,300 £12,315
London (Bloomsbury and Moorgate) £16,750  £16,765 

We offer the following payment options for UK and EEA students: 

  • Single payment
  • Two instalments 

For more information on payment options and funding, please visit Postgraduate funding options.  

For more information on fees and instalment schedules, please see our terms and conditions.  

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i-LLM LPC Full-time and Part-time Online - September 2019

A deposit of £250 is payable upon accepting your place and the first instalment of your fees will be due for payment before the start of your course.

Study mode  Total fees payable (excluding SRA registration fee)  Total fees payable (including £15* SRA registration fee) 
Online  £13,150  £13,165 

We offer a choice of payment options for our UK and EEA students: 

  • Single payment
  • Two instalments
  • Four instalments
  • Twenty instalments**     

For more information on payment options and funding, please visit Postgraduate funding options.  

For more information on fees and instalment schedules, please see our terms and conditions.  

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*Subject to increase by the SRA

**International students requiring a Supporting Letter for a Short-Term Student Visa or an Entry Clearance should pay a minimum of the first instalment before such a letter is issued. Our twenty instalment option is not available to those students. 

 

What’s included

Our course fees include tuition, textbooks, interactive learning resources, and first attempt examination/assessment fees. 

Examination re-sits will be charged for separately. 

What else you have to pay

BSB registration fee: The Bar Standards Board (BSB) registration fee, which is currently £585**, is payable by students commencing the BPTC is added to your first instalment. We forward this fee to the BSB on your behalf.

**This charge is set by the BSB and is subject to an increase once fees for 2019 are announced.

 

Funding your studies

Please check out our useful information on funding your studies, which includes details of our flexible payment plans and scholarships, as well as sources of information on third party funding. 

BPTC course fees for September 2019

Fees are the same for both full-time and part-time programmes.

A deposit of £250 is payable upon accepting your place and the first instalment of your fees will be due for payment before the start of your course.

Campus  Total BPTC fees payable (exclusive of BSB fee)  Total BPTC fees payable (inclusive of £585** BSB fee)  Total BPTC LLM fees payable (exclusive of BSB fee) Total BPTC LLM fees payable (inclusive of £585** BSB fee) 
Birmingham, Leeds £14,900 £15,485  £16,150  £16,735 
London Bloomsbury £18,150  £18,735  £19,400  £19,985 

We offer a choice of payment options for UK and EEA students:

 

            Full Time Student                    Part Time Students

 

  • Single payment                        Single Payment
  • Two instalments                       Two instalments
  • Three instalments*                   Six instalments
  • Ten instalments*                      Twenty Instalments

For more information on payment options and funding, please visit Postgraduate funding options

For more information on fees and instalment schedules, please see our terms and conditions.

 

*These instalment options are not available to students who require a Tier 4 visa

** Subject to change.

MSc Law, Governance, Risk and Compliance
MSc Law and Financial Crime Compliance
MSc Law and Private Wealth Advice

In order to apply, students will have studied 90 (M-level) credits in Governance, Risk and Compliance as part of their Professional Postgraduate Diploma in GRC awarded by the International Compliance Association (ICA), or will have studied 90 (M-level) credits in Financial Crime Compliance as part of their Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Crime Compliance awarded by the International Compliance Association (ICA), or will have studied 90 (M-level) credits in Private Wealth Advising as part of their Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Private Wealth Advising awarded by STEP.

Course fees outlined below relate to the MSc component studied at The University of Law only.

What's included

A deposit of £250 is payable upon accepting your place and the first instalment of your fees will be due for payment before the start of your course.

Course fees include online tutor supervision, interactive learning resources, and first attempt assessment fees.

 Start month and year Course duration  Total fees payable 
January 2019 Up to 5 years maximum  £4,650 
July 2019 Up to 5 years maximum £4,800

Students can choose to pay in instalments. For more information on fees and instalment schedules, please see our terms and conditions.

PLEASE NOTE: To be eligible for our MSc programmes, students must already hold either the ICA Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Governance, Risk and Compliance, or the ICA Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Crime Compliance or the STEP Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Private Wealth Advising. For the avoidance of doubt, no other diplomas nor equivalent qualifications from any other institution will be recognised as granting eligibility to study.

LLM Legal Practice (Conflict Resolution)
LLM Legal Practice (Commercial Law)
LLM Legal Practice (Intellectual Property)
LLM Legal Practice (Banking and Debt Finance Law)
LLM Legal Practice (Employment Law)
What’s included

Our course fees include online tutor supervision, online course materials, interactive learning resources and all first attempt assessments.

 

For students studying in London Moorgate, a deposit of £250 is payable upon accepting your place and the first instalment of your fees will be due for payment before the start of your course. If you intend to study the Conflict Resolution option at the Webster Vienna Private University campus, you will be required to pay a EUR 280 deposit.

If you study online and you wish to pay separately for each module, the fees are £2,500 for the dissertation and £1,500 for each of the other modules. You must complete all module study, and pass the Research Methods module, before commencing the dissertation. 

Start date  Location  Total UK/EU student fees payable  Total international student fees payable 
October 2018 London Moorgate  £8,500  £11,500 
January 2019 Online* £8,500  N/A 
March 2019  London Moorgate  £8,500 £11,500
March 2019  Webster Vienna Private University  EUR 17,000 EUR 17,000
July 2019 Online* £8,750 N/A

If you study full-time course, we offer a choice of payment options for our UK and EEA students:

  • Single payment
  • Two instalments
  • Six instalments
  • Ten instalments                                                  

*For the i-LLM (online), a deposit of £1,000 is payable on acceptance and is an advance payment of the course fees. Accordingly, the deposit will be used as a prepayment toward the first module, reducing the payment required on booking the first module by the same value.

Payment for each individual module must be paid no later than the individual module start date.

Terms and Conditions for Postgraduate Courses delivered at Webster Vienna Private University

For more information on fees, please see our Terms and Conditions for other Postgraduate Courses.

Further information on paying your course fees
Further information on paying your MSc course fees

Further information on paying your course fees

Terms and conditions

Terms and conditions for our postgraduate courses.

How to pay your deposit

When you accept your place, you will need to pay a deposit to secure that place. The deposit is currently £250 for students studying at University of Law campuses and our online distance learning students. Please refer to your offer information for more information on how to pay your deposit.

If you have any queries on how to pay your deposit and course fees please contact Admissions or view your account using the Web Payments service link in section (a) of How to pay your course fees below. 

How to pay your course fees

The course fee pays for tuition, text books, course materials, learning resources and all first attempt examinations and assessments. Course fees exclude examination re-sits which will be charged for separately.

When and how much should I pay?

Fees can be paid either in full or by instalments. Please the University's terms and conditions for details of payment dates.We only accept payments in Sterling. 

How should I pay?

The best and easiest payment option is by Direct Debit. You’ll find it easier to stay on top of your fees, and you’ll know exactly how much money is going out each month. You can leave behind the hassle of calling to pay by card or online payments and Direct Debit payments also come with a guarantee, so you're automatically protected by three important safeguards.

  • An immediate money back guarantee from your bank in the event of an error in the payment of your Direct Debit
  • Advance notice if the date or amount changes
  • The right to cancel at any time.

However, further payment options are also detailed below.

(a) 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.

Pay by online paperless direct debit

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. All payments will be taken on the 1st working day of the relevant month in line with your agreed payment plan. Please note that the nominated bank account must be the student's personal account and excludes bank accounts in joint names. If your fees are being paid by someone else or the account is in joint names then a manual direct debit mandate is required.

(b) By Manual Direct Debit

To request a copy of a manual direct debit, please contact the Student Finance Department at studentfinance@law.ac.uk or telephone 01483 216380 for a blank mandate. This should be completed and signed by the nominated bank account holder, include your student name and your SRN.

Once completed, return by email and this will be manually entered into our finance system. You will receive a confirmation email once your mandate is activated. You will also receive an advance notice letter 10 days prior to payment being taken from your nominated bank account. All payments will be taken on the 1st working day of the relevant month in line with your agreed payment plan.

(c) 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.

Login to web payments service

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.

(d) By Bank Transfer

If you want to pay from your bank account then please pay 'The University of Law Limited';

Bank: Natwest 
Address: Fleet Street (B) Branch
P.O. Box 281
156 Fleet Street 
London 
EC4A 2DX 
Account No. 61481211 
Sort code: 60-80-08 
Swift: NWBKGB2L 
IBAN: GB85NWBK60800861481211

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.

(e) By Cheque

Cheques should be made payable to ‘The University of Law Limited’ and sent to Student Services at your chosen centre to 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?

Receipts
When your payment has been allocated on our system, you will be sent an e-mailed acknowledgement to your University e-mail account. This will include the value of your payment.

Statements
Statements will be e-mailed regularly to your University e-mail account.

What if I'm being sponsored?

If you are being sponsored for your course, please provide the details below using our online contact form. This will need to be received by 30 June. The e-mail must include the following information:

  • your name
  • your Student Reference Number
  • your course
  • your centre
  • your sponsor's name
  • your sponsor's correspondence address
  • your sponsor's e-mail address
  • the amount being sponsored for the course fee and SRA registration fee (LPC only) or BSB registration fee (BPTC only)

If you receive sponsorship after 30 June, then please ask your sponsor to send details as above as soon as they can.

This confirmation is required for each year of part-time courses.

If your sponsor does not e-mail details of your sponsorship, you will be required to pay your own course fees on or before your course fee instalment dates (please refer to the terms and conditions for details of the payment deadline), and you will be sent a fee request e-mail.

If you obtain sponsorship after you have paid the University then please seek reimbursement directly from your sponsor.

If you are still awaiting confirmation of a training contract when payments are due then please ensure you are familiar with the cancellation dates in the finance terms and conditions of your offer.

Invoices to sponsors are payable in line with the invoice due date which is likely to be different to that of the course fee payment due dates set out in the terms and conditions.

What if I have applied for a Professional and Career Development Loan?

As the loan provider will not release any funds until it has received confirmation that you have started on the course, you must provide proof of loan approval or a confirmation letter to Student Services at your centre on or before the course fee payment deadline.

Please make sure you apply for a Professional and Career Development Loan in time to meet the payment deadline.

Please refer to the terms and conditions for fee payment deadlines.

When should I arrange funding?

It is strongly recommended that you make funding arrangements in good time. Please ensure you are familiar with the cancellation dates (including deferral requests) in the terms and conditions of your offer.

What if I might miss the payment deadline?

Please contact your bank as soon as possible to discuss and agree the areas of funding available to you. Your bank will be best placed to advise you on funding options, including those you may need for short-term cash flow purposes.

As per the terms and conditions of your offer, payment to the University is via a maximum of two instalments. If you wish to fund your course place by more than two instalments for each year/part of your course then please see our advice on funding your studies.

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. GDL students who have not paid their fees will also lose their guarantee of a place on the next LPC.

What if I cancel my place or wish to defer a reserved place?

Please refer to the University's terms and conditions for our cancellation policy.

Refund Policy for Online Debit Card payments

If an online debit card payment is made in error and you require a refund please quote your payment reference number (which is shown on your receipt) and contact the finance department by sending an e-mail to studentfinance@law.ac.uk

Please note any debit card refunds can only be made to the original card that the payment came from. Refunds will be made within seven working days of your request.

What if I have a different course fee query?

If your query is not answered here, please get in touch with our finance department using the details given below;

University of Law Student Finance Department
studentfinance@law.ac.uk
01483 216380

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.

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Further information on paying your MSc course fees

Can I pay in instalments?

Yes. Fees can be paid either in full or by instalments. Please refer to the University's  terms and conditions for details of payment dates. We only accept payments in Sterling. For more information on how to pay, refer to  Further information on paying your course fees section.

If I withdraw from the course, will I be entitled to a refund?

No. All of our course fees are non-refundable. 

If I defer starting my module and the course content changes, will I need to pay for new course materials?

No. If you defer with our approval, you will have automatic access to the current version of the course materials and textbook for no extra charge when you re-join the course. Access will be via ELITE, our interactive learning support system. You will not need to be provided with any additional hard copy materials. 

What if I need advice on funding my MSc studies?

Financial support may be available from external bodies. Here is further information on  funding your studies

If I enrol on an individual module now, do I get all future modules and my Professional Practice Dissertation (PPDS) at today's fees?

No. Fees stated on the website are valid only until 31 July each year. Therefore you will need to check the website for the latest fees information when you enrol onto future modules and your PPDS. 

For further information on when payments are to be made, please visit MSc fees and instalment schedule

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