Coronavirus (covid-19) update
If you have applied for a pre-sessional English course, please read our pre-sessional FAQs.
For all other updates and information, visit our coronavirus website.
How to pay
There are different ways to pay your fees depending on the course you'll be studying. If you have any questions about making a payment, please contact us at email@example.com.
Paying for undergraduate and postgraduate pre-sessional courses
If you're a self-funded student, please pay the amount quoted on your offer letter.
You'll need to pay 100% of your fees before you register for your course. If you've already paid a tuition fee deposit, please deduct this from the amount you pay.
If you require a CAS (Confirmation for Acceptance for Studies), you'll be asked to pay a £1,500 tuition fee deposit.
Paying for General English courses
When to pay your course fees
We'll send you an invoice by email for your English language course fees after you receive an offer letter. Once you receive the invoice, you'll need to pay the fees in full before the course start date. Please don't make a payment until you have received your invoice.
If you don't pay your fees in advance, you may receive a late payment charge of £50 and won't be able to register as a student at the University of Leeds or attend classes until we receive all fees.
You can pay your fees online using a credit or debit card. (If you'll be starting a postgraduate pre-sessional course in July or August, please see above on how to pay).
To pay an invoice, select Product Catalogue > General Debtors > Invoice Payment. You'll need your invoice number to do this.
Paying in person
If you're in Leeds, you can pay by card at the Student Services Centre in the Marjorie and Arnold Ziff Building. Please take your invoice and student ID number with you. Cash payments are not accepted. Payments must be made in British Pounds.
For details about your right to refund and cancel, see our refund policy.