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Hey guys,

Was wondering if I wanted to drop out of UCL in the second term how would this work? I am a private finance student, and I am supposed to pay 1/3 of the fees every term. However, it says on the website I am only liable for 50% of the year’s fees if I drop out in the second term, but I would have paid 2/3s of the total year’s fees already, based on the payment deadlines. Would I be able to get a refund if anyone knows?

Thank you very much for any advice!
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Hey guys,

Was wondering if I wanted to drop out of UCL in the second term how would this work? I am a private finance student, and I am supposed to pay 1/3 of the fees every term. However, it says on the website I am only liable for 50% of the year’s fees if I drop out in the second term, but I would have paid 2/3s of the total year’s fees already, based on the payment deadlines. Would I be able to get a refund if anyone knows?

Thank you very much for any advice!
Depends on UCL’s refund policy, but many unis will pro rata your fee liability to the period that you actually attended, IE. if you overpay you would be due a refund.
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