I currently hold offers from Warwick B.S (MSc Finance) and Cass B.S. (MSc Investment Management). However I have a question regarding tuition fees in the UK for postgraduate study.
Is it possible to divide the term payments in smaller parts (i.e. per month for example) or do you have to pay the fee in one lump sum (alternatively half in September and the other half in January) ?
Although the total sum obviously remains the same, it still makes a difference for me due to my way of funding.
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- Thread Starter
- 21-03-2011 22:02
- 21-03-2011 23:29
I don't attend Warwick, but I know here at Kent it is possible to pay your fees in quarterly parts. These are raw mind, as it is usually lump sum or two parts. But if you go and talk to the finance office I'm sure they will be able to sort something out if you explain your situation to them. They are not going to say no to your money at the end of the day are they.. Best of luck.
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- 22-03-2011 16:55
Most universities have installment schemes of some kind, even if it's just splitting the cost into 2.
Warwick definitely has a scheme to split tuition fees - http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/a...nrolment/fees/
Cass appears to give the option of paying in 2 installments but I can't find a page that generalises this for all courses. You may need to contact them directly for a 100% answer.