Paying your tuition fees
Below are answers to some common questions you may have about your tuition fees.
If you are eligible for a tuition fee loan from the UK Government, you do not pay tuition fees up-front. Find out more about student loan repayment.
Frequently asked questions
How much are the tuition fees for my course?
I'm paying the tuition fees myself, how do I do this?
I have been invoiced for fees but have applied for a Tuition Fee Loan, what should I do?
If you believe that your tuition fees are being funded by a Tuition Fee Loan from the Student Loans Company but you have received a tuition fees invoice from the College, please first check that you have received confirmation of the loan.
Please also ensure that you apply for the correct loan amount, as any difference between the amount applied for and the final tuition fee amount due will be invoiced to you directly.
What if a sponsor is paying my tuition fees?
For more information about payment of fees by a sponsor, including how to provide evidence of a sponsorship agreement, please see the information for sponsored students.
I have a question about CAS.
Find out more about using a Certificate of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) from Imperial College London to prove tuition fees payments made to the College to the United Kingdom Visas and Immigration section of the Home Office.
Questions about tuition fees
Who should I contact about a tuition fee payment I've made?
If you have a question about payments already made to the College, please get in touch with the Accounts Receivable team:
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7594 8858