Pay your tuition fees for Scottish, EU, and Rest of UK postgraduate students
Updated on 22 July 2021
Find out the different ways you can pay your tuition fees
If you, a member of your family, or an individual such as a family friend are paying your fees, then you are a self funded student.
If you are being funded by an official sponsor, such as the UK or Home Government, British Council, international organisation, international company or home university, then you are a funded student.
If your fees are to be paid by the Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS) or other sponsor such as your employer, then please ensure you bring your letter of funding to matriculation.
You are responsible for ensuring your fees are paid in full and on time. If we haven't received payment of your fees from your sponsor within three months of matriculation then you will be billed direct.
In the event that the University does not receive full payment from your sponsor, for example, where bank charges have been deducted from the amount paid by your sponsor, you will be liable to pay the difference. You will be notified of any shortfall or non-payment by the Cash Office. The University will not pursue any sponsor for amounts of £100 or less; therefore, all bank charges and postgraduate continuation of study fees are payable by the student. It is your responsibility to pursue your sponsor for any fees or bank charges you consider to be your sponsor’s liability.
For English, Welsh, and Northern Irish domiciled students postgraduate courses are unlikely to be funded, but check your eligibility at the following websites:
- sfengland.slc.co.uk (England)
- studentfinanceni.co.uk (Northern Ireland)
- studentfinancewales.co.uk (Wales)
Paying your tuition fees
We will email you to let you know:
- when your tuition fee invoice first becomes available
- when your fees are due to be paid within 7 days
- if your tuition fees are overdue.
Make sure you check My Applications regularly to make sure you don't miss any messages.
Paying using your own credit or debit card
Log in to eVision and click My Balance, your fee is displayed on screen.
Click Make a payment or choose payment plan which offers the following options
- View items you can pay now: full payment by debit or credit card
- View items you can pay by instalments: paperless Direct Debit (instalment plan). You can pay fees of £400 or more by instalments from your UK bank account.
The Direct Debit plan consists of
- 7 monthly payments from mid-October until mid-April for an annual tuition fee
- 3 monthly payments for a module fee.
Once you've decided which option is right for you just follow the instructions on the screen.
You can make a pre-payment by credit or debit card before your fee is displayed on My Balance by clicking Make a pre-payment/deposit.
If information on scholarships / sponsorship is missing please check your Student Profile. If your funding is not shown in your Student Profile please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A family member or friend is paying using their credit or debit card
If a family member of friend is with you in person, you can log in to My Applications and ask them to complete the payment form.
If they are not with you, they'll not be able to access My Applications for security reasons. Instead, they can use our open payment gateway service to pay using their credit or debit card.
Paying by Western Union or TransferMate
- no currency conversion fees
- no bank charges
- beneficial exchange rates.
Compare both services to find the best rate for you.
Paying by bank transfer
If you are paying by international bank transfer you can pay the initial deposit or full tuition fees. Instalment payments are only available from a UK bank account which you can set up after you arrive in the UK.
To pay by bank transfer your bank will need the following information:
|Currency and amount||quote the GBP tuition fee amount|
|Reference||Full name (start with surname) and student ID number
This is important as we need to know who the fee is from.
|Beneficiary’s name||University of Dundee|
|Address||Nethergate, Dundee, DD1 4HN|
|Bank||Royal Bank of Scotland plc, 3 High Street, Dundee, DD1 9LY, UK|
You also need to instruct your bank that all charges (including those of the University's bank) are paid by the sender. You will need to pay any difference between the fee and the amount received. Please keep your copy of the bank transfer document as you might need to prove to the University that you have made the correct payment.
Tuition fee payment terms
Any balance of tuition fees are due for payment at matriculation during your first week.
You are responsible for ensuring your fees are paid in full and on time. If we have not received payment of your fees from your sponsor within three months of matriculation, then you will be billed directly.
If the University does not receive full payment from your sponsor, for example, where bank charges have been deducted, you will be liable to pay the difference. The Cash Office will let you know about any shortfall.
The University will not pursue any sponsor for amounts of £100 or less. This means you will have to pay all charges and postgraduate continuation of study fees. You will need to pursue your sponsor yourself for any money you consider to be your sponsor's liability.
If you fail to pay your tuition fees
If you have not paid your tuition fees in full or arranged to pay by Direct Debit instalments by the date given on your tuition fee invoice you will be liable to pay a late payment fee of 3.5% on your tuition fee (maximum charge £400).
The total late payment fee depends on your tuition fee amount. For example, an overdue fee of £4,500 will incur a late payment fee of £157.50.
If you do not make a payment which is due under an instalment plan, we reserve the right to cancel the instalment plan. This will result in your fees becoming due in full immediately and you will be charged a late payment fee.
If you do not pay your tuition fees
- we will revoke access to University facilities such as the Library and your IT account
- you will be withdrawn from your studies, you will be unable to receive tuition and sit exams
- we will tell your funding body that your student status has been revoked
- you will not receive your degree certificate
- your details will be passed to a debt collection agency
- if you are a Student visa (was Tier 4) holder: we will notify UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) that we are no longer sponsoring your Visa. This will result in your Visa being invalid and you will be required to return home.
If you have any questions about payment please contact CashOffice@dundee.ac.uk