Dates and Fees


The dates and fees for all programmes running as part of the International Summer School 2018 can be found below, as well as information regarding how to pay your fees:

​School ​Course ​Fee ​Dates
​Cardiff School of Art and DesignPortfolio Development and Taster Workshops​£1,500
£1,200 Early Bird
​16th July - 27th July
​Cardiff School of Education ​and Social PolicyEducation and Social Policy Taster Workshops​£1,300
£1,040 Early Bird
​​16th July - 27th July
​Cardiff School of Sport and Health Sciences ​Cardiff Met: Zombie Outbreak (Public Health)​£1,300
£1,040 Early Bird
​​16th July - 27th July
​International Football Summer School​£1,500
£1,200 Early Bird
​​16th July - 27th July
​Cardiff School of Management ​Business and Management​£1,300​​16th July - 27th July

Early Bird Rate: Application and full payment to be made by Friday 31st March 2018

To find out what is included in your fees, aside from your studies, please visit the What's Included page.

Once you have accepted your offer to the International Summer School you will be required to pay the deposit fee online within 2 weeks.   By paying the fee, you are formally accepting your offer.

You have two options of how to pay the fees:

  1. You can either choose to pay the fee in full

  2. Or pay a £100 non-refundable deposit to secure your place, and the remainder of the fees must be paid 4 weeks after the return of your acceptance letter.

Please note that the deposit of £100 is non-refundable and if you decide not to attend the International Summer School, unfortunately this would not be returned. For more information on the refund policy please see below.

How to pay your fees

There are two options for making payment to Cardiff Met. 

OPTION 1: Web payment
Once you have been sent your offer and acceptance letter you will be issued with a student number. Your unique student number is required to make a web payment.  

Make an online payment​

Full instruction on how to make a web payment can be found here

OPTION 2: Bank transfer
Payment can be made directly to Cardiff Metropolitan University’s bank account using the following details: ​

​Account name and address:

​Cardiff Metropolitan University, Cardiff Queen Street Branch, 96 Queen Street, Cardiff, CF10 2GR

​Sort code:


​Account number​: 




​Swift number​:



Please make sure that your Cardiff Met student reference number is clearly quoted as a payment reference. If not, Cardiff Met will not be able to match the payment to your record. Please note that it is your responsibility to pay any bank charges deducted from the payment received into Cardiff Met’s bank account. In order to avoid underpayments you should arrange for the bank charges to be paid at the time of the transfer. 

Once you have completed the bank transfer please email to advise us that a bank transfer has been made and send us a copy of the bank transfer receipt confirmation.

Refund Policy

Your fee payment that was made to the University is refunded in full (minus bank charges if applicable) under the following circumstances:

  1. Rejection of a student visa application:
    Where a student visa application is rejected in writing by the Embassy / High Commission.  If your visa application is rejected, Cardiff Met will require you to attach the following documents in order to review the refund request:

    - ​A copy of the Visa Rejection Notification from the High Commission
    ​- A request in writing with original signature​.

    ​This does not apply where the UK Government has cancelled a visa as a result of a breach of previous visa conditions, rejected a renewal of a visa, if the refusal is due to fraud or due to an undeclared criminal conviction. In these cases the course fee will be refunded minus an admin fee of £100. In cases where the visa refusal was due to ‘non genuine’ grounds, the student must provide evidence that an administrative review was submitted in time before a refund will be considered. Once all evidence has been received a full refund will be granted.

  2. Exceptional circumstances beyond your control: 
    - If there are exceptional circumstances such as serious illness, or bereavement of an immediate member of family, a refund request detailing the exceptional circumstances must be provided to the University by sending an email to  It must be supported by certified documents such as a Doctor’s certificate and/or other, which has been requested. 

  3. An international incident or force majeure (unavoidable, unexpected natural event), preventing the student from travelling.

  4. Course you have applied for is not running due to not meeting the minimum number of students.

    Refund requests must be made in writing and sent to: Upon receipt of all documentation, refunds will be processed within 14 working days where possible. ​Please be advised that bank charges might be deducted when processing the refund request