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Fees and payment

Get all your financial options explained, pay for your tuition fees and understand your finances.

The finance team

Finance supports the University vision, aiding and supporting you through your financial journey, enabling the University to provide sucess

Due to COVID-19, we have had to close the majority of our face to face services on campus. However, we have increased our online support available to ensure you continue to have access to our vital services during this difficult time.

Our Finance team are here to help you during your time at Middlesex.

This year, we have increased our online support to ensure you have access to our vital services during this difficult time.

We can help you make payments, processes your Sponsorship and instalment plans, and provide you with specific information and individual support to make your financial journey as smooth and painless as possible.

We also deal with a wide range of processes, including:

  • Ensuring fees are correctly charged
  • Processing payments and receipts
  • Sponsorships
  • Applying Student Finance England funding to accounts once approved
  • Processing student refunds
  • Resolving fee queries
  • Payment deadline dates and instalments

Get in touch

Online enquiry form

Via MDXapp

Online chat

Tel: 0208 411 6400 (option 2)

Make a payment

During your time at MDX, you might have to pay for something other than your fees. Use the below to work out how to pay for a particular service.

Tuition fees

Pay for your fees depending on your entry point

Accommodation fees

Pay for the remainder of your fees on myUnihub

Transcript of grades

Requested your degree transcript? Here's how you can pay

Car parking

Once accepted for a permit, you can pay for a 6 month or 12 month pass. Terms and conditions apply

Dyslexia assessment payments

To pay for your appointment, please contact the Welfare team.

Short course, conference or seminar

Booked onto one of our short courses or planning to attend a seminar? Pay for your place on the online store

Verification statement

Pay for your verification statement

Replacement ID card

Had your card lost or stolen? Contact Unihelp to get it sorted

Late fee payments

Tuition fees

If you are unable to pay fees or charges by their due date, please contact our Student Welfare Advice Team at the earliest opportunity.

They can support and advice on, for example, sources of funding available. You can contact the team by booking an appointment or raising a query through the UniHelp team.

We will assist where we can, however the quality of teaching is dependent upon funding and this is why the University must act to recover all outstanding debts.

If you a requesting to pay your fees outside of a standard instalment plan or payment deadline, you will be asked to provide documentary evidence to support your request before it can be considered. Please have this information to hand when contacting the Student Welfare team.

Download Debt and Money Management guide

For more information about paying your tuition fees and late payments, please select your entry point or status

Accommodation fees

If you are unable to pay your accommodation fees (rent, damages, etc.) by the payment deadlines, please contact the Student Fees and Finance Team straightaway.

Failure to pay your rent may result in the University issuing a notice, which will lead to you being required to vacate your room. Full details are contained in your terms and conditions of residence.

If you are disputing the accommodation charge on your account, please email our Housing Team or call +44 (0)20 8411 6121, option 2.

For refunds, please visit our Refund page.

Nursery fees

If you are unable to pay your Nursery fees by the payment deadline, please contact the Student Fees and Finance Team as soon as possible.

Failure to pay nursery fees will result in your child being withdrawn from nursery.

Full details are contained in the terms and conditions of use of the University childcare services.

External debt collection agencies

The University reserves the right to refer debt in respect of any ex-student to an external debt collection for recovery.

Undergraduate fees and finance

Find out how and when to pay your tuition fees, what instalment options are available and how to withdraw from your course.

Get started

Postgraduate fees and finance

Staring your master's means you'll have different fees to pay. Find out how to apply for a loan or the many self funding and sponsorship options available.

Explore your options

International fees and finance

As an international student, your payment methods and calculations can be very different. Find out more to help keep track of your finances.

Understand your fees

Where your tuition fees go >

Your tuition fees make up the majority of income (75%) to the University. That’s why we think it's important you know how we spend it.

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