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    I've been on websites of universities to check how the finance works out and what proof of the finance has to be brought on enrolment day to Uni.

    Most Uni's allow students who are paying themselves to pay £2000 before the enrolment day.

    I just wanted to ask how the instalments for paying tuition fees work. Has anyone ever payed in instalments before, if so how?

    Also, what way is the best way to pay tuition fees?

    I really need to know because I'm totally lost. It's like I know something but then I don't at the same time. Help.
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    (Original post by ILuvFood1234)
    I've been on websites of universities to check how the finance works out and what proof of the finance has to be brought on enrolment day to Uni.

    Most Uni's allow students who are paying themselves to pay £2000 before the enrolment day.

    I just wanted to ask how the instalments for paying tuition fees work. Has anyone ever payed in instalments before, if so how?

    Also, what way is the best way to pay tuition fees?

    I really need to know because I'm totally lost. It's like I know something but then I don't at the same time. Help.
    You really have to check the individual payment arrangements for the unis you are applying to and what their terms are.

    International students are normally required to put down a substantial non returnable deposit and then settle the balance for the year within x weeks of starting.

    If you are UK then they may be slightly more generous, but rather than guessing in terms you might as well do the research and check for yourself what each of your favoured unis require. they ,ay give a discount for early payment.


    This is an example from Nottingham

    https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/academi...stalments.aspx

    Bristol

    http://www.bristol.ac.uk/fees-fundin...-fees/payment/

    You will be fined if you fail to pay on time and any outstanding debt will prevent you from proceeding.
 
 
 
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