Full-time home and EU students will be charged:
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More information can be found via our Finance Department.
Paying your tuition fees
Full-time home and EU students can choose whether to take out a Tuition Fee Loan from the Student Loans Company to pay their tuition fees or to pay their tuition fees directly to the University.
You must let the University know how you intend to pay your tuition fees when you go through the online enrolment process.
If you change your mind about how you would like to pay your tuition fees, or if you have any problems with paying your tuition fees you should let your College Finance Office know as soon as possible. Late payment of tuition fees will result in a fine.
Further information about tuition fees including what happens if you have to withdraw from the University or suspend your studies www.durham.ac.uk/treasurer/students.
If you have a query about paying your tuition fees contact your College Finance Office or Mrs Angela Shelton, Finance Assistant (Tuition Fees) on firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0)191 334 6933.
If you have a query about your Tuition Fee Loan contact your College Finance Office (Undergraduate) on email@example.com or +44 (0)191 334 6116.
Students studying abroad
Home/EU students studying abroad as part of their degree who started their course in 2012/13 or later will be charged 15% of their regular tuition fees. In 2015/16, this amount is £1,350. International students will be charged 50% of their regular fees. No fees are payable to the partner university.
These rates are subject to change each year, and information for students studying abroad in 2016/17 will be available shortly.
For further information on studying abroad as part of your degree, please contact the International Office.
NB: Information contained on the website or in the literature with respect to the fee is correct at the time of publication but the University reserves the right to change the course information or fee at a later date.