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    Hi and nice to know you all,

    I'm a second year PhD student in UK. I've decided to drop out the study on my end of second term around end of March this year. My fees this year is £19,900. If I quit the study at the respected date, how much should I pay for the fees?
    Is it based on percentage on how long terms I've finished or the other way.
    Please help anyone who have this experience.

    Thanks a lot
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    (Original post by suhaimisaad45)
    Hi and nice to know you all,

    I'm a second year PhD student in UK. I've decided to drop out the study on my end of second term around end of March this year. My fees this year is £19,900. If I quit the study at the respected date, how much should I pay for the fees?
    Is it based on percentage on how long terms I've finished or the other way.
    Please help anyone who have this experience.

    Thanks a lot
    You have to ask your University, they have their own rules. Chances are the decision is based on when you tell them you are leaving, rather than the actual date you leave, they might require one term's notice, so start asking straight away.
 
 
 
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