PG Taught Payment Dates For 2022/23
ACADEMIC YEAR 2022/23
ACADEMIC YEAR 2022/23
ACADEMIC YEAR 2023/24
What payment terms are offered?
Tuition fees are payable in full at enrolment, but the University is aware of the financial burden that may arise from the payment of tuition fees so will permit students to pay in 3 instalments (33%, 33% and 34%).
Please be aware that any scholarships or bursaries you may have been awarded do not count towards payment of your first instalment. As an example, if your fees are £5,500 and you've been awarded a scholarship of £1,000, the scholarship amount is deducted then you would be left with 3 instalments of 33%, 33% and 34%.
If you choose to take up the instalment option, you will be asked to submit a valid direct debit mandate at or before enrolment. We will then make arrangements to collect the fees in 3 instalments on the following dates, depending on your course type and course start date.
Payment arrangements for Research Postgraduate students differ slightly from Taught Postgraduates. The main reason is that Taught Postgraduate Programmes broadly follow the structure of the Undergraduate academic year, whereas Research students enrol on a rolling 12 month cycle.
|Course Type||Start Date||1st Instalment 33%||2nd Instalment 33%||3rd Instalment 34%|
|PG Research||Oct 2022||04/11/2022||10/02/2023||08/06/2023|
|PG Research||Jan 2023||10/02/2023||12/05/2023||04/09/2023|
|PG Research||Apr 2023||08/04/2023||07/08/2023||07/12/2023|
|PG Research||Jul 2023||10/07/2023||07/11/2023||08/03/2024|
Any Payment to Swansea University should ONLY be made via our payment partner, Convera, as detailed below:
All students can pay their fees using Swansea University's payments platform powered by our partner Convera GlobalPay.
This allows you, your parents and sponsors to pay GBP student fees in the currency of your choice in a simple and secure way.
Available on request, please email email@example.com
Swansea University is operating as a cashless Campus, cash will not be accepted as payment of tuition fees.
Some students receive fee support from external sources such as companies, charities, trust funds, and governments etc. If this is the case, the University requires documentary evidence of the award. This evidence must be presented at or before enrolment, and should make specific reference to the amount of fee contribution awarded and the Academic Year(s) it covers. You should ask your sponsor to complete a Confirmation of Sponsorship form.
Students claiming to be in receipt of sponsorship will not be permitted to enrol without appropriate documentation. Sponsors are expected to pay invoices within 30 days. The University will continue to recognise an organisation as a legitimate sponsor, only if payments are received promptly. We do not class parents/family as sponsors for the purposes of this definition, and reserve the right to reject sponsorship credentials in certain circumstances.
This is very unusual but in the event that a sponsor fails to pay all or part of any fee due, then you will be held personally responsible for any outstanding amount.
On completion of studies/withdrawal/suspension, the university may disclose adequate, relevant and sufficient personal data to a third party (nominated Debt Collection Company), to enable the debt to the university to be pursued and recovered.
Whilst we offer what we believe to be a fair system for paying fees in instalments, we do expect payments to be made on the nominated due dates. If you find yourself in financial difficulties, you are strongly advised to contact the Money@CampusLife team within the Student Services Department who may be able to help with Hardship Funds and advice.
The worst-case scenario for non- payment of fees, is that under University Regulations you may be required to suspend your studies and re-enrol for the next Academic Year (once all outstanding fees have been paid). It is therefore important not to ignore any correspondence you may receive from the Finance Department.
Yes. Our secure online payment facility is available to all students, and is available 24/7. It can be accessed via the Swansea University Intranet. This system allows you to pay in full with a credit/debit card.
If you have any tuition fee queries and would like to speak to a member of our team, we have Drop-in Sessions on Park Campus, on the days and times shown below.
Singleton Campus - Finance Department, Ground Floor:
|Tuesday||10.00am - 12.00pm|
|Thursday||2.00pm - 4.00pm|
Our Online Live chat sessions can be accessed using the link below:
|Monday||2.00pm - 4.00pm|
|Wednesday||2.00pm - 4.00pm|
|Friday||2.00pm - 4.00pm|