We want to ensure that you have the most up to date information about fees and funding to allow you to make an informed decision. Below are the most frequent questions we receive about fees and funding. Please click on the questions to discover more information.
The fees for each course are listed on each individual course webpage. You can access course pages from the drop down navigator above, or by visiting our main courses page.
Your course (tuition) fees need to be paid at enrolment.
The University will no longer accept cash as a method of payment.
We do accept:
Bank to bank transfers
Debit or credit cards, except American Express and Diners Club
Cheques/Bankers draft (made payable to Middlesex University)
Cheques and bankers drafts should be sent to:
Student Fees and Finance - Financial Services
NW4 4BT, UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 8411 6400
International students are required to pay a non-refundable deposit (NRD) to secure a place at the University. The value of the deposit is deducted from the tuition fee due, upon enrolment. Students who defer entry are permitted to carry forward the NRD for four academic years only.
The minimum deposit payment will only be refunded in the following circumstances:
1. The Applicant has been refused a student visa. A clear copy of the complete visa refusal letter issued by the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) must be submitted with any request, as evidence.
2. The deposit was paid while the applicant held a conditional offer; the applicant failed to meet the conditions of the offer and was not admitted to the University for the relevant course and start date specified in the offer letter.
Other conditions in respect of the Non-refundable deposits:
1. If after payment of a deposit, the applicant decides to defer entry to the following academic year, the deposit will be held over to the following academic year.
2. Once paid, deposits cannot be transferred to another individual. Refunds will only be made to the individual of organisation that originally paid the deposit. If a third party has paid the deposit on behalf of the applicant, we are unable to refund the deposit directly to the applicant.
3. Refunds can only be made to the account from which payment was made originally.
4. Refunds will be made at the rate of exchange in force on the date the refund is processed. Any charges levied by the receiving bank will be borne by the applicant.
5. In no other circumstances will the deposit be refunded. You should therefore only pay a deposit if you are certain you are able to take up your place at Middlesex University.
6. Refunds will not be made where the student has arrived in the UK and commenced studies with the University. Any refunds would then need to fall in line with normal University withdrawal policies.
The instances listed above are deemed null and void if the applicant/student, or any representative acting on their behalf, are found to have provided fraudulent information, whether knowingly or unknowingly, in support of the University or UK Visa application, or if the student visa is refused based on a previous record of fraud or non-compliance with immigration rules, whether in the UK or overseas. In such circumstances any offer from the University will be invalidated and we will retain the deposit payment. We will also notify the UK Visas and immigration if possible.
International applicants will need to ensure that they have the appropriate banking facilities in place for when they arrive in the United Kingdom. Middlesex University no longer accepts cash as a method of payment (except for food and drink).Your tuition and accommodation fee payments will only be accepted by credit or debit card. Please note that Middlesex Students’ Union and food outlets such as Circle Cafe and MDX House will continue to accept cash.
It is important to note that by enrolling on a course at Middlesex, you are personally liable to pay the fee charges and meet any payment deadlines that apply to you.
The University has launched a credit/debit card payment facility for our international applicants, which is available through the applicant portal. All international applicants will now have access to this payment facility upon receiving an unconditional offer. The only exceptions to this are international applicants applying to us through UCAS. This category of applicant will be provided with access at a later date and should use the alternative payment mechanisms below. As an applicant you will receive an email with your applicant portal login details.
The applicant portal is a payment facility which provides a seamless service allowing you to pay by credit or debit card. It ensures that:
You may be advised by your bank that your tuition fee payment exceeds your current credit facility. We would advise in such instances that you increase your credit limit with your bank or split your payment into smaller amounts to ensure that you remain within your credit limit.
If you are unable to pay online you can do so by calling the automated telephone payment service which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call +44 (0)20 8411 6400 and choose option 1.
Alternatively, you can speak to a credit control administrator, Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 4.30pm (UK time). Call +44 (0)20 8411 6400 and choose option 2.
We have worked with Western Union to develop a service to help international students holding an unconditional offer to pay their deposits and fees by bank transfer.
The bank transfer service allows you to see the exact cost of your payment in your local currency and the quote given will be honoured for 72 hours. This is easier and cheaper than ordering a bankers draft from your bank and the payment will reach your university account more quickly.
Please note that this is not an online payment facility and only provides you with a quote. You will still need to contact your bank to arrange payment, and your bank will carry out the transfer upon receipt of the quote as per the instructions below.
To use this service:
1. Log in to the international student bank transfer payment system.
You will need your student number and pin which are detailed in your offer letter from Middlesex University. Your student number is the 'M' number and your pin is your date of birth in the format 'DDMMYY'.
2. Enter the amount(s) you wish to pay and then select 'continue'.
You will then be taken to the Western Union website. The payment currency will default to your home country currency; however you may select another currency if you wish. The exchange rate will be calculated and displayed. When you are happy with the currency and value of the payment select 'continue'.
3. Enter the details of the person who will make the payment (this can be a family member or sponsor). Confirmation will be sent to your Middlesex University email address, however you can change this to another email address if you wish. When you have entered your details select 'continue'.
4. Read the conditions carefully and when you have understood tick the box to confirm and then submit your payment request.
5. Print a copy of the payment instructions PDF and submit it to your bank immediately. The quote is only valid for 72 hours; if you have not made payment within this time you will need to start the process again.
If you do submit a payment after 72 hours Western Union will process your payment at the exchange rate on that day. If there is a shortfall in the amount received by the University you will be required to pay the difference.
6. Save a copy of the quote for your records. Upon receipt, Western Union will transfer your payment to Middlesex University. If you have any questions, please contact Student Fees and Finance by email or call +44 (0)20 8411 6000 and choose option 2, Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 4.30pm (UK time).
We are proud to reward academic achievement and ambition, and offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships and awards. For more information, including eligibility criteria and application deadlines, please visit our Scholarships, awards and bursaries page.
As a student there are other costs you must take in to consideration. Our handy guide to student living costs covers issues including accommodation, commuting, and extracurricular living costs. Some of our courses require you to take part in field and residential trips. Where a course has additional costs attached to it, these are outlined on the fees and funding tab of each individual course web page.