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Tuition fees for 2020 entry are:
  • £27,160 for Overseas students
  • £14,820 for Home & EU students
Please note: If your country of birth, domicile or your nationality are 'overseas' you will automatically be classified as an 'overseas' fee payer. If you believe you should be classified as a 'home' fee payer, you should complete the Fee Status Questionnaire, and it will be reassessed.

Your tuition fees are due by the first day of Term (5th October 2020). Or, if you would like to make a payment in advance you can do so and it will be credited to your university account.

If you would prefer to pay your fees in instalments, the instalment dates are:

  • 50% of tuition fees due by 5th October 2020
  • 25% of tuition fees due by 11th January 2021
  • 25% of tuition fees due by 26 April 2021

All fees must be paid in Pounds Sterling. Note that the instalment payment dates are different depending on whether you set up a Direct Debit mandate or not; see the instalment date link for more information.

For information on the ways you can pay your fees, see the 'methods of payment' page.

If you choose to set up a Direct Debit, you will need to set-up a UK bank account. We have two banks on campus: Santander and Barclays. Your bank account can be opened on arrival after you have registered and received your 'student status letter'. You will be given guidance on this when you arrive at Warwick as you cannot open an account in the UK in advance.

Should you require an invoice for your tuition fees, you may download one from your My.Warwick account, after you have enrolled online. If you prefer to make payments before online enrolment opens, you can take your offer letter to the bank to demonstrate what the money is being used for if required. Because of the way our admissions system works, invoices cannot be produced before online enrolment. Likewise, we cannot give payment receipts to overseas students as those payments will be credited to the CAS. Please see the visa advice section for more information on CAS.