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How to pay Fees

Funding your studies is an important part of your academic journey. Here are some of the numbers you will need to consider. Fees for 2021–2022 will be available in Summer 2020 and are likely to rise in line with inflation.


Tuition fees (full-time study)

Undergraduate (Home)

Undergraduate (Overseas)

Postgraduate (Overseas/Home)




Shared accommodation


Meal package




More information


For the most up-to-date information on fees, scholarships and grants: E: info@newbold.ac.uk T: +44 (0)1344 407492 W: newbold.ac.uk/fees

Tuition, meal and accommodation fees – whether you are funding your own studies or your fees are being covered (either wholly or in part) by another organisation, a scholarship, a grant, or another form of financial support – are due before the first day of each semester. Students from the UK and Europe are required to pay a semester in advance, whereas students from outside Europe will need to pay a year’s fees in advance. Instalment plans may be available, depending on your circumstances, and can be arranged on a case-by-case basis by contacting the Finance office. Fees can be paid in person in the Cashier’s office on campus, by bank transfer, by debit or credit card over the phone, by cheque, or through PaytoStudy, which limits transfer fees on international payments. Fees may apply to payments made using some credit cards or for cheques in foreign currencies.


We have made every effort to ensure that information on fees and funding is as up to date as possible before going to print; however, information may change and mistakes may occur, so please check our website for the most current information.


Profile for Newbold College of Higher Education

Newbold Prospectus 2020/21  

The official College Prospectus for the academic year 2020/21

Newbold Prospectus 2020/21  

The official College Prospectus for the academic year 2020/21