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I am a bit confused about the tuition fee payment. I have a conditional offer, but I cannot pay in full. On the website it says "Tuition fees are payable annually on the first day of the month closest to one month prior to the programme commencing, or within 30 days of invoicing, whichever is the latter". does this mean I will have to pay in full within 30 days? can anyone who studies at imperial confirm? thanks!
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Whichever is the latter.
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I am a bit confused about the tuition fee payment. I have a conditional offer, but I cannot pay in full. On the website it says "Tuition fees are payable annually on the first day of the month closest to one month prior to the programme commencing, or within 30 days of invoicing, whichever is the latter". does this mean I will have to pay in full within 30 days? can anyone who studies at imperial confirm? thanks!
Which programme did you apply to? If your course starts in October it means that you will have to deposit 10% within August. Once your place is unconditional firm, you can pay the rest of the 90% either in instalments or in full.
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Which programme did you apply to? If your course starts in October it means that you will have to deposit 10% within August. Once your place is unconditional firm, you can pay the rest of the 90% either in instalments or in full.
yes it starts in october. what is the instalment schedule?
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I am a bit confused about the tuition fee payment. I have a conditional offer, but I cannot pay in full. On the website it says "Tuition fees are payable annually on the first day of the month closest to one month prior to the programme commencing, or within 30 days of invoicing, whichever is the latter". does this mean I will have to pay in full within 30 days? can anyone who studies at imperial confirm? thanks!
Hi!

I'm Anudi, a student rep at Imperial.

I'm afraid I don't know too much about the payment policies, but do take a look at this website: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/study/ug/...payment-terms/ . There is a comprehensive explanation of payment terms, which I hope will help.

If you are interested in how to pay by installments, have a read through this: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/study/ug/...ndergraduates/ (scroll down to the section titled 'payment of fees in installments')

I hope this has helped. To get the most accurate information about how to pay, I'd recommend getting in touch with the Tuition Fees team directly at [email protected].

Let me know if you have further questions! Good luck
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