Find out more about paying tuition fees at City, University of London. What you'll need to pay and when you'll need to pay it varies, but we offer a range of payment methods and support to help you do so.
Your annual tuition fees will depend on where you're from and what course you'll be studying.
For undergraduate degrees, the UK Government sets a minimum tuition fee for UK students. For the 2022/23 and 2023/24 academic years, this is £9,250. Fees for international students are higher and vary by course.
For postgraduate degrees at master's and doctorate level, fees for all students vary by course.
Tuition fees for all our courses are published on our course pages.
Paying your fees
City accepts a number of methods of payment for your tuition fees. These include:
- Debit or credit card payments, online or by telephone
- Bank transfers
- Sponsorship by your employer.
The schedule for paying your tuition fees depends on your funding situation – for example, if you have a student loan or if you are funding yourself. You may also be eligible to pay by instalments.
Support with making your payments and information on deposit refund policies, scholarships and hardship funds is also available.
Additional costs and expenses
Studying at university can bring other costs besides tuition fees. Read more about what other expenses you should be prepared to pay.
Scholarships, bursaries and loans
Read about undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral student loans and search our database of scholarships and bursaries.
Information for current students
If you are a current student or soon to arrive at City, you can find further support for fees and finance processes on the Student Hub.
Financial implications of an interruption or withdrawal from your studies
Find out more about the financial implications of a temporary or permanent withdrawal from your programme of study at City, University of London.