Withdrawing from your course
If you are thinking about withdrawing from your course there are some things you will need to consider. You may be liable for some or all of your tuition fees, depending on when you withdraw. This amount will also depend on how your tuition fees are paid.
Information for the 2020-21 academic year is detailed below:
For Undergraduates (Full-Time and Part-Time) & PGCE courses
| ||Time of withdrawal||Tuition Fees paid directly through Student Finance||Tuition Fees not funded through Student Finance |
|Information based on October 2020 course start date||First 2 weeks of term - Up to 18th Oct 2020||No charge||No charge|
|||Period 1 - Up to 10th Jan 2021||25%||40%|
|||Period 2 - Up to 25th April 2021||50%||70%|
|||Period 3 - Anytime from 26th April 2021||100%||100%|
For Postgraduates (Full-Time and Part-Time) & Research courses
| ||Time of withdrawal|| |
|Information based on October 2020 course start date||First 2 weeks of term - Up to 18th Oct 2020||No charge|
|||Period 1 - Up to 10th Jan 2021||40%|
|||Period 2 - Up to 25th April 2021||70%|
|||Period 3 - Anytime from 26th April 2021||100%|
If you are starting the academic year on at a 'non-traditional' point (i.e. January or April) or are doing a 'short course', please contact the Tuition Fees Team (details below) to clarify the periods.Further information
You can contact our Tuition Fees team at email@example.com if you have any further queries around how withdrawing from University will affect your tuition fee charges.
You can contact our Money & Welfare team at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 029 2041 6170 to discuss the implications of withdrawing from University on your student finance.
You may also wish to speak to our accommodation team on 029 2041 6188 or at email@example.com to discuss any tenancy related queries.