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Undergraduate (UK/EU) fees and finance

Applying for funding

The decision to study at University is a financial investment, so it is vital that you check what funding is available and apply for it as soon as you can.

There are consequences of late payment of fees so we recommend that you sort out your finances before you even start with us.

Find out more about funding options

Paying your tuition fees

Tuition fees deadlines for 2022/2023

Start term 

Payment due date

Autumn starters

Monday 7 November 2022

Winter/Spring starters (Jan 2022)

Monday 27 February 2023

Trouble making a payment?

Submit a query

Contact the UniHelp team
Tel: 0208 411 6060
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm

How to pay

There are a number of different ways to pay. Please read the information below carefully to find the service that is right for you.

  • Find a payment method for you

    • Bank transfer via Western Union

      Middlesex University has partnered with Western Union to provide you with the ability to pay by Bank transfer.

      Your parents or Sponsors can make a bank transfer via our partner Western Union Business Solutions. They provide a secure, fast payment service so that you can pay your fees in your local currency and from your home bank account without worrying about paying exchange rates or bank charges. Read our user guide

      Pay via Western Union today

    • Card payment (credit or direct debit)

      Payment may be made online via MyUnihub. Once logged in, select the Administration and Finances tab followed by My Fees and Finances Portal.

    • Telephone payments

      If you are unable to pay online, you can pay by telephone using our Automated Telephone Payment Service which is available 24/7/365 by calling +44 (0)20 8411 6400 and select option 1.

      You can only pay by telephone for current or future year charges.

      All payments relating to prior year debts will be validated prior to processing. This means that we are unable to accept telephone payments for prior debts. Debts will not be considered as paid until the University has received cleared funds. The clearing period is usually two weeks.

      We recommend that you use our Bank transfer facility (as partnered through Western Union) to make your payment where you are unable to use any of the other services listed here. For example if you have been deregistered or are no longer a student at Middlesex.

Struggling to pay your fees?

If your financial circumstances change and you are unable to meet your payment deadline, please contact our Student Welfare Advice Team at the earliest opportunity. They can give 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.

Please note that documentary evidence to support your request will be required before it can be considered. Please have this information to hand when contacting us.

Unpaid fees

If you have a tuition fee debt that becomes overdue, restrictions will be applied to your student account automatically. Restrictions may prevent you from re-enrolling, graduating or receiving your final transcript.

If you have outstanding tuition fee debts from a previous academic year, you will not be permitted to re-enrol. All tuition fee debts must be paid in full before you can return to undertake another year of study.

Importantly, this means that you will not be able access your student loan and so cannot use it to pay off any old debts.

Self-funded discounts

If you are a UK/EU self-financing student, and are able to pay your tuition fee in full by the payment deadline, you are entitled to a 3% prompt payment discount.

Before you make your payment, calculate your 3% (you can use this calculator for ease) and deduct it from your payment. For example, if your fees are £9250, then your discount will be £277.50.

Instalment plans

An instalment plan gives you the opportunity to spread the cost of your tuition fees in instalments instead of paying your fees in full by the payment deadline.

Eligibility

If you are an EU/UK student with an annual fee greater than £1,500, you may be permitted to pay your fees in six instalments from October to March. To find out whether you could pay by instalments, you will need to request an instalment plan via this link. Once we approve your instalment plan, we will invite you to submit your credit or debit card details on MyUnihub. Once you have submitted your card details, the University will automatically deduct the relevant payment from your card on the respective dates mentioned below. Payment will be taken on the 21st of each month.

Please note: If you do not submit your card details at the start of the Academic year, you may be required to catch-up with your instalment plan whereby the University may deduct the outstanding amount with your next scheduled instalment.

Start dateFirst instalmentSecond instalmentThird instalmentFourth instalmentFifth instalmentSixth Instalment

Autumn

Friday 21 October 2022

Monday 21 November 2022

Wednesday 21 December 2022

Saturday 21 January 2023

Tuesday 21 February 2023

Tuesday 21 March 2023

Winter/ Spring

Tuesday 21 February 2023

Tuesday 21 March 2023

Friday 21 April 2023

Sunday 21 May 2023

Wednesday 21 June 2023

Friday 21 July 2023

Signing up to an instalment plan

To pay by instalments, you can request an instalment plan here. The Finance team will then review your request and invite you to submit your payment card detail online or over the phone.

Please note: If you do not submit your card details at the start of your academic year, you may be required to catch-up with your instalment plan whereby the University may deduct the outstanding amount with your next scheduled instalment.

Instalment plans for flexible start dates

We understand that certain courses may have a flexible start date and your enrolment could take place at any point throughout the academic year. In that case, the above dates will not apply to you.

Please use these dates below for your programme:

Start period

First instalment

Second instalment

21 November to 21 December

50%

Programme start - 28 February 2023

22 March to 22 May

50%

Programme start - 1 August 2023

22 June to 22 August

50%

Programme start - 17 October 2023

  • Useful video guides

  • Getting paid

    Starting at MDX this year? Find out how to make sure you get your student finance in time by following SFE's three simple steps.

  • Your payment dates and status

    Expecting your student finance payment? Once your registration has been confirmed with SFEs, which could take up to 48 hours after you register, you should receive your payment in 3-5 working days.

  • Updating your student finance application

    Need to make changes to your application? Watch SFE's step-by-step video to find out how to update your university or course details.

  • Joining through Clearing and applying for funding

    Going through Clearing in 2020? It could affect your student finance. Watch this video from SFE's and find out what you need to do.

Withdrawal and interruptions

If you're looking to withdraw from your course entirely or need to interrupt your studies for a while, we want to ensure that you're making the right decision for you. There may also be financial implications to think about too.

Understand your options

Need help?


Our Welfare team can offer financial guidance and advice

Get in touch

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