Paying your fees
It is a condition of registration that you pay your tuition fees. This section will assist you in making arrangements to pay fees.
Students should also be aware of the conditions outlined in the UWE Bristol Tuition Fee Policy.
Download our Money matters guide (PDF) to help you understand your financial contract with UWE Bristol and our processes.
Students are being approached by individuals offering to pay their fees at reduced rates or under special conditions. Fraudsters may present themselves as legitimate agencies or associates, they may be a friend. Never respond to these offers and always pay your tuition fees direct to UWE using the authorised payment methods below.
For more information view these leaflets produced by the police in English and Mandarin. If you believe you have been a victim of fraud or have any questions contact UWE. Students experiencing difficulty making payment should contact credit control.
Information on paying your fees
UK, EU and offshore students - paying your fees
Information on how to pay tuition fees for full and part-time home/EU and offshore students.
International student payments
Information on how to pay tuition fees (including deposit) for international students.
Employer or other sponsor
Information for if your fees are being paid by an employer or other sponsor.
Dates for fees liability
Information about how much liability to pay fees a student has during the academic year.
University Centre Hartpury fees
Following the change in funding for Higher Education within England and Wales, UWE University Centre Hartpury has announced its fee structure for the forthcoming academic year.
Undergraduate and postgraduate fees
Undergraduate and postgraduate tuition fee information is available on individual course listings on the University Centre Hartpury's website.
There is a range of support to help you with the costs of studying at Hartpury. View the finance section of the Hartpury website for further information.