The following information will let you know when and how to pay your tuition fees to the University of Hertfordshire. It will also let you know when you will become liable for tuition fees.
We recommend you read our 2021/22 Tuition Fees and Finance Policy.
Your tuition fee liability on the following dates will be:
- 4 October 2021 - 25% Liability
- 17 January 2022 - 50% Liability
- 18 April 2022 - 100% Liability
If you are registered on your course on or after 4 October 2021 and before 17 January 2022 you will be liable for 25% of your full year's tuition fees.
If you are registerd on your course on or after 17 January 2022 and before 18 April 2022 you will become liable for 50% of your full year's tuition fees.
If you are registered on your course on or after 18 April 2022 you will become liable for 100% of your full year's tuition fees.
If you have any queries on your tuition fee liabilty please contact Student Account Management at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Loans Company
Home students can apply for their funding in advance of commencing their course. The Student Loans Company will make tuition fee payments directly to the University for undergraduate SLC tuition fee funding. All SLC postgraduate loan funded payments are made directly to students.
Self Funding Students
All students who are paying their own fees (including Home postgraduate SLC funded students) will need to pay in one of the following ways:
- 100% payment on or before 4 October 2021
- 25% payment on or before 4 October 2021
25% payment on or before 17 January 2022
50% payment on or before 18 April 2022
To make an immediate payment please click here.
To set up one of the above instalment options please visit our online payment portal herts.ac.uk/makeapayment You will need to select Tuition Fee Payment (undergraduate & postgraduate) and pay later.
For other methods of how to pay i.e Western Union, please visit our website.
If you have secured a loan or scholarship payable directly to the University please email evidence to email@example.com. Any remaining balance of tuition fees due from the student will need to be paid as above.
Students that defer their course start date to the following or subsequent year will pay the appropriate fee for their year of entry, not the fee quoted in their offer from their original application.
Students who suspend their studies will need to pay the relevant tuition fee liability for that academic year. If that student returns to study, they will be charged for any repeated modules and the remainder of their course in line with fee liability.
Any student who is enrolled on a `deferred module’ that was recommended from a previous academic year, will not be charged for those deferred modules again but would be required to pay for the remainder of their course fee up to 100% of the original cost, within the academic year they return. The course fee will only be charged once. Further information can be found on AskHerts.
If a company or employer is paying your tuition fees, you will need to provide evidence to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit one of the Ask Herts Hubs. You will be liable for your fees if we do not receive a signed agreement form from your sponsor or if your sponsor fails to pay. Further information can be found at go.herts.ac.uk/sponsoredfees If you are part sponsored any remaining balance of tuition fees due from the student will need to be paid as above.
International students may be eligible for a £500 full payment discount if their full tuition fees are paid and cleared by 4 October 2021. Please note not all courses are eligible. Further information can be found the 2021/22 Tuition Fees and Finance Policy.
For further information on how to pay please visit go.herts.ac.uk/feepayment
If you have any questions on the above information please contact email@example.com