University of Northampton
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We require applicants to provide a deposit of £5000 towards their course fees when they accept an offer.
** This deposit is only refundable in the following circumstances:
If your course is withdrawn and no alternative course is available (full refund)
If you fail to obtain entry clearance into the UK and on receipt of the original refusal letter from Entry Clearance Officer (refund is subject to administrative fee)
The University reserves the right to consider other applications for refunds based on individual circumstances and supported by appropriate evidence. Such refunds are entirely at the at the University's discretion and subject to a deduction to cover administrative and other costs.
If the payments are not made by the due dates then we will consider that the payment agreement is broken and the university will require immediate payment of the remaining balance. If the payment agreement is broken then sanctions will be imposed against you by the University.
Deposit against tuition fees - must be returned with this form £5000 of your tuition fee.The bank transfer link is given below: http://www.northampton.ac.uk/banktransfer
The remaining balance of the tuition fee is due on the 15th January 2020.
Finance Office will invoice you before the due date and you must pay the agreed amounts to Finance Office by the specified due dates. If this form is not signed and returned to the University, the full balance of tuition fees must be paid on arrival.
INSTALMENTS- ALL STUDENTS NEED TO PAY £5000 OF THE GROSS TUITION FEE IN ORDER TO ISSUED A CAS
* Students who pay their £5000 deposit but are also studying the PEP course over the summer will be required to make their deposit up to the required £5000 of the gross fee before enrolment on their UG/PG course. Tuition fees for the PEP course will be deducted from funds held on their account unless extra funds for PEP were included with the initial deposit