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1 A Guide to Fees & Funding 2016/17 This guide has been designed to answer any questions you may have regarding your tuition fees and ways to pay. It also provides information on what you can expect to pay at the University of Lincoln and the financial assistance that may be available to you. Contents: - Definition of Programme Types and Mode of Study - What Does Student Fee Status mean? - Undergraduate Tuition Fees - Postgraduate Tuition Fees - Research Tuition Fees - Bursaries and Scholarships - Payment of Tuition Fees

2 Definitions of programme types Undergraduate Students undertake HNC, HND, FdSc, FdA, Bachelor degree, Cert HE, Dip HE, BA, BSc, LLB, BEng, MEng, MComp, MPharm, MBio, MChem & BArch programmes. Postgraduate Students undertake MA, MSc, MFa, MBA, LLM, MArch, MRes, and any other Masters programmes, Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma, or Research programmes. Mode of Study Part Time Students undertake undergraduate and postgraduate programmes over an extended registration period up to a maximum of twice the length of the equivalent full time programme. Distance Learning Programmes are the provision of programmes or parts of programmes supported mainly by materials delivered by electronic means OR delivery of provision where the students seldom attend any of the main University campuses or Collaborative Partners Off-Campus Programmes are delivered by the University or by another accredited institution on behalf of the University of Lincoln.

3 What does student fee status mean? Students are classified as either Home, EU, Channel Islands or Overseas for Tuition Fees and Student Financial Support Purposes. In general, Home, EU and Channel Island students are subject to the same rate of tuition fees. For the majority of programmes a higher fee rate is charged to Overseas students. Your student status and therefore the level of tuition fee you are required to pay is determined by your nationality and the country where you are ordinarily resident. To qualify for Home/EU student status, the main eligibility criteria are to either have: UK/EU citizenship/nationality and have been domiciled in the UK for 3 years prior to the first day of the first year of your academic course. (The main reason for residing in the UK must not have been for the purpose of full time education) or; Been granted refugee status by the Government or: Been granted indefinite leave to remain, discretionary leave to remain or humanitarian protection by the UK Home Office and been domiciled in the UK and Islands since having been granted that status or; UK/EU citizenship/nationality and have been domiciled in the European Economic Area (EEA) for 3 years prior to the first day of the first year of your academic course (the main reason for residing in the EEA must not have been for the purpose of fulltime education). This list is not exhaustive and a detailed schedule of the categories into which students can be classed as Home or EU status, including students who have been temporarily absent from an area of residence, can be found at the following web address. An initial decision on your student fee status will be made based on information you provide as part of your application regarding your nationality and domicile. If we are unable to make a decision on your status, or if you are classed as Overseas but believe this to be incorrect, you will be asked to complete a fee assessment questionnaire as part of the admissions process.

4 Undergraduate Tuition Fees New students New Home/EU and Island students enrolling on a full time Undergraduate programme in 2016/17 will be charged New Overseas full time students will be charged the tuition fee rate relevant to the programme of study, which in turn depends upon whether your programmes is classroom based or lab based. You can check the fees for your programme at: What if I am studying part time? If you are studying part time, your tuition fees will also depend on the credit size of the modules to which you enrol. The table below sets out the rates for new students in academic year 2016/17: No. credit points All Home/EU/Island students Overseas students classroom based course Overseas students lab based course enrolled Price per Price per Price per , , ,705 Full Time N/A 9000 N/A 12,800 N/A 14,500 Please note: If you are an overseas student studying a joint programme which has classroom and lab based disciplines the fee per credit point is 114. Continuing Students If you are a continuing student you will remain on the same fee rate as when you first enrolled on the programme.

5 Postgraduate Taught Tuition Fees New students New students will be charged the tuition fee rate relevant to the programme of study. Most programmes are subject to the university s standard rate however some programmes have their own separate rate of fees. If you are an overseas student, the tuition fee rate also depends on whether your course is classroom based or lab based. You can check the fees for your programme at: What if I am studying part time? If you are studying part time, your tuition fees will also depend on the credit size of the modules to which you enrol. The table below sets out the rates for standard PGT programmes for new students in academic year 2016/17: No. credit points All Home/EU/Island students Overseas students classroom based course Overseas students lab based course enrolled Price per Price per Price per , , , , , , ,355 Full Time N/A 7100 N/A 13,700 N/A 15,700 Please note: 1) If you are an overseas student studying a joint programme which has classroom and lab based disciplines the fee per credit point is 82. 2) All fees quoted above are for standard PGT programmes. Some Programmes have a separate fee rate. For confirmation of the fee rate for your programme please visit Continuing Students If you are a continuing student you will remain on the same fee rate as when you first enrolled on the programme.

6 Postgraduate Research Tuition Fees New students As a research student you can enrol on your programme of study either on a part time or full time basis. For the commencing year of the programme, you may enrol at any point during the academic year. Upon first enrolment, the full set fee is payable. You will then be required to (re)enrol each academic year on the anniversary of your first enrolment. The relevant set full time or part time fee is payable by all continuing students on re-enrolment. Fees will vary depending upon the programme of study, and your student status. You can check the fees for your programme at: Continuing students If you are a continuing student you will remain on the same fee rate as when you first enrolled on the programme. You are required to re-enrol on the anniversary of your first enrolment date for each subsequent year, paying the full years fee, until nearing completion of your thesis. Thesis Pending status may only be granted for MPhil and PhD students for a maximum of 12 months when you are writing up the final version of your thesis with a view to submit for viva examination. If you have not submitted for examination within this period, the standard annual fee will apply thereafter. No fees are due between thesis submission and first examination. If following first examination you are required to make either minor or substantive amendments, but are not required to be re-examined, no further fees will be charged. If following first examination you are given the opportunity to be re-examined for the degree, you will be liable to pay fees equivalent to the Thesis Pending fees level on a pro rata basis for each full or part month of registration up until the point of resubmission of the revised thesis.

7 Bursaries and Scholarships What is available? Each university will have its own bursary and scholarship regimes in place offering varying levels of funding. Eligibility to a University Bursary and/or Scholarship may depend upon a number of factors, including your student status, the programme you wish to study, your entry qualifications and your household income. Some Bursaries and Scholarships take the form of direct payment to students, whereas others are directly deducted against tuition fee costs. Undergraduate students For details on the University s bursary and scholarship schemes in place for academic year 2016/17, and further information on the eligibility criteria that must be met, please visit Postgraduate Students At the University of Lincoln we recognise the investment you, as a postgraduate student, make in your studies and we are committed to helping you achieve your goals. For further information on postgraduate Scholarships, eligibility criteria and the application process please go to: Alternatively if you are an overseas student you can contact us at: or by telephone + (0) Please Note: Bursaries and Scholarships listed on the University website or other sources may be subject to change. The University of Lincoln reserves the right to make changes without notice.

8 Payment of Tuition Fees Who pays my tuition fees? You are liable for payment of your tuition fees unless you are able to evidence a sponsor will pay them for you. In all cases tuition fees, whether sponsored or self-funded, must be paid in full prior to enrolling for the next academic year and/or graduation. Most Home/EU undergraduate students are eligible for UK government funding to pay their tuition fees via a tuition fee loan, which you can take out each year via application to the Student Loans Company. The loan amount requested can be amended up to 9 months following the start of your academic year. You will only pay back the loan after you graduate and only when you are earning in excess of 21,000. If you are a part-time student you must be attending at an intensity of at least 25% of the full time equivalent. For further information please visit Other sponsors: Your sponsor must be a commercial body (not a private individual such as a friend or relative). Sponsors cannot pay by instalments and you must provide a copy of your sponsor letter upon enrolment. The sponsor letter should be on letter headed paper and signed by your line manager/director, addressed to the University of Lincoln and include your name, the academic year you are being sponsored for, your programme title, and the amount or percentage of your tuition fee being sponsored. If your sponsor requires a purchase order or other reference number quoting on their invoice, this should also be indicated on the letter. Where a sponsor s payment is outstanding for more than 30 days, the University shall have direct recourse to the student, who shall be automatically liable for any outstanding sum. Can I take out a Loan to cover my tuition fees? As stated above, most Home/EU undergraduate students will be eligible to apply for a tuition fee loan via application to the Student Loans Company. Other students may be able to take out a bank loan or career development loan to cover tuition fees. You should discuss your eligibility for this option directly with your bank. I am self-funding my tuition fees what are my payment options? Online: If you are self-funding all or part of your tuition fees the University s preferred payment method is online prior to enrolment. Using our partner system, WPM, you will be able to make arrangements for payment of your tuition fees securely using the following payment cards: Visa, Visa Debit, MasterCard, Maestro or Visa Electron.

9 You can pay your tuition fees in full or set up a payment plan. Please visit: Alternatively you can contact the University Finance department on T: Please note: Payment plans can be set up for between two and nine instalments. Payments are made on the 15th of each month commencing in the first month of enrolment. September enrollers can set their payment plan up online or by contacting the Finance Department. Non September enrollers will need to contact the Finance Department directly on Tel: +44 (0) or All payments made to the University must be made in Pounds Sterling ( ). Bank transfer: Payments by bank transfer, China UnionPay and AliPay can, in most cases, be paid for in your home currency. These payment methods however must be completed using our approved payment partner flywire. This has the benefit of being able to track delivery of your payment to the University. Additionally as an EU or Overseas student you will be able to arrange a bank transfer in your home currency taking advantage of the lowest exchanges rates we could find. If you do find cheaper rates, flywire will match your quote and give you an Amazon gift voucher (flywire price guarantee). Simply enter the GBP value that you have been asked to pay and the system will convert this to your home currency. Although most currencies are available, where payment in your home currency is not available or desired, flywire can also be used to process bank transfers in GBP Sterling; simply choose the GBP option from the list of available payment options. For further information or to set up your bank transfer, please visit: Upon enrolment: If you are unable to make arrangements for payment of your tuition fees prior to enrolment, you can pay on the day of your enrolment event by Debit/Credit Card. Please ensure you know your PIN code and ensure the card in use is your own and signed on the reverse. Debit/Credit Cards types accepted are: MasterCard, MasterCard Debit, Visa Credit, Visa Debit Card, Maestro or Electron We will only accept cash payments at your enrolment event if there is no other option available to you. If you are enrolling via post and will not be attending an enrolment event, you can make payment arrangements online. Please include a copy of the receipt and/or the payment reference when returning your enrolment form in the post. Alternatively you can include a cheque made payable to University of Lincoln. Please print your Student ID number, name & address on the reverse of the cheque. Please do not send cash through the post.

10 Important note for Overseas Students: As an overseas student you will be asked to pay your fees in 3 stages. Stage 1-2,000 deposit to be paid on receipt of a conditional offer. Applies to students who require a CAS and are not progressing from the International Study Group or PEASS courses. Sponsorship letters* will be accepted providing that the correct letter structure is adhered to. Stage 2-50% of the fees to be paid ON or BEFORE enrolment. Stage 3 - the remaining balance to be paid in full or via a maximum of 9 consecutive monthly instalments. Example of how to calculate your payment; If your tuition fee due is 13,648 you will be required to pay 6,824 in order to enrol (Stage 2). If you have paid a 2000 deposit (Stage 1) a payment of 4,824 will be required for Stage 2 and a payment of 6,824 will be required for Stage 3. Please note tuition fees due is the total amount of fees payable after any applicable scholarships have been deducted. Whether you are a Home, E.U, E.E.A or Overseas student you must pay in full or set-up a payment plan for any outstanding balance within 21 days of your enrolment. If this is not actioned then your study progression with the University may be affected as per the University General Regulations Please refer to any correspondence you may have received in relation to Tuition Fees for the amount you will be expected to pay. Who should I contact if I have a Query? Billing Queries Please contact the University s Student records department at Payment of tuition fees Please contact the University s Finance department on Tel: +44 (0) or Planning my finances and general student funding enquiries Please contact the University s Student Funding Team by calling into the Student Support Centre on the ground floor of the Main Administration Building on the Brayford Campus between 10am and 3pm Monday to Friday. Alternatively please contact us on Tel: / or by University policies and regulations You may also wish to consult the University s policies and regulations, available at:

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