Find full information on City's fee status assessment policy and procedures.
City, University of London (the "University") determines the tuition fee status of Applicants and/or Students in accordance with The Education (Fees and Awards) (England) Regulations 2007 (Statutory Instrument No 779), as amended; the Higher Education (Fee Limit Condition) (England) Regulations 2017 (Statutory Instrument No 1189), as amended and the Education (Student Fees, Awards and Support) (Amendment) Regulations 2021 (Statutory Instrument No 127) referred to in this Fee Policy jointly as the Fee Regulations.
The Fee Regulations allow publicly funded education institutions to charge fees to Students who are classed as having ‘Overseas’ Fee Status at a different or higher rate than those classed as ‘Home’ unless they fulfil certain residence and immigration status criteria set out in the Fees Regulations.
An Applicant's or Student’s Fee Status is based on the residence and immigration status criteria set out in the Fee Regulations and therefore any other terminology employed (‘Home’/’Overseas’) may not have any relation to a person’s residence or immigration status or other rights in the context of any Fee Status decision by the University under this Fee Policy.
This Fee Policy sets out the principles and procedure by which the University will determine the Fee Status of Applicants or Students under the Fees Regulations.
A breakdown of the Fee Regulations and further advice is available on the UKCISA website.