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    I've been accepted to the Fine Arts Ma starting this October and I wanted to find out more about how will I be paying my tuition fees.
    My first question is when do I pay ? Is it a fixed date or can it be negotiated ?
    Do I have to pay all the money at once (I will be studying part-time, for 2 years) and if not, how many installments will there be?
    Can the university get its money directly from the bank, or does the university have some sort of special agreement with a certain bank so that I wouldn't have to pay all sorts of transfer and deposit taxes?
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    Ask the university you are going to when payment dates are. I suspect that they will really be non-negotiable.
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    (Original post by Eduard Balas)
    I've been accepted to the Fine Arts Ma starting this October and I wanted to find out more about how will I be paying my tuition fees.
    My first question is when do I pay ? Is it a fixed date or can it be negotiated ?
    Do I have to pay all the money at once (I will be studying part-time, for 2 years) and if not, how many installments will there be?
    Can the university get its money directly from the bank, or does the university have some sort of special agreement with a certain bank so that I wouldn't have to pay all sorts of transfer and deposit taxes?
    Student Finance pays your university at the start of every term. You can find details on your loan confirmation letter.
 
 
 
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