1. Course fee deposits
For international applicants enrolling in September 2013 and January 2014, the University requires a minimum deposit of £3500. The deposit should by paid by 1 August 2013 for the September 2013 intake and 1 December 2013 for the January 2014 intake.
This deposit is required to secure a place on the programme and to enable the university to issue a CAS statement required for visa applications.
Students holding both a conditional or unconditional offer can make a deposit payment. The deposit will only be refunded to students who do not meet their conditions or are not successful in obtaining their visa. CAS statements are normally issued 48 hours after deposit payment has been received.
Deposits can be paid online or by bank transfer. The quickest and easiest method is online. See our Methods of Payment section below for full details.
2. Early payment discounts
For students joining in 2013/14, a discount of 5% off full fees will be given to self-funded International students who pay their deposit or full tuition fees early.
To qualify for the discount students should:
- To qualify, a minimum deposit must be paid by 1 August 2013 (for September 2013 intake) and 1 December 2013 (for January 2014 intake).
- then pay any remaining balance in full, at time of enrollment.
This discount is deducted from the tuition fee minus any scholarship awarded. Discounts are applicable to self-funded students only. Self-funded is defined as an applicant who is responsible for the tuition fee payment themselves or with support from a relative or friend
Tuition fees can be paid in full using any of the payment methods listed below. The quickest and easiest method is online.
3. Payment schedules
The University offers international students the opportunity to pay the remainder of their tuition fees in two instalments.
For students beginning their programme in January, tuition fees will be due again at the end of February and October.
The University offers the facility to pay using any of the following methods:
- Debit / Credit Card
- Swift Transfer
- Sterling Bank Draft
- Sterling Cheques (UK SPONSORS ONLY)
Online payment is always the quickest and easiest method for fee payment. If you choose to pay online you will receive a receipt instantly to inform you that payment has been made. For all other methods of payments, please check with your bank to see when the funds are transferred.
Paying by credit/debit card
Pay online by Credit or Debit Card here.
You require your Student ID number and date of birth when making a payment. If funds are received without a Student ID number we are unable to allocate and process this payment. Payment without a Student ID number could delay the issuing of your CAS letter.
GCU accept all major credit and debit cards online.
Alternatively, please call us on +44 141 331 8195, quoting your Student ID.
Paying by bank transfer
If paying by Bank Transfer please ensure that your name and Student ID number are quoted on any Remittance Advice provided by the bank making the transfer to the University on your behalf. If funds are received without a Student ID number we are unable to allocate and process this payment. Payment without a Student ID number could delay the issuing of your CAS letter.
The University bank details are:
|Address||Bank Of Scotland, 167-201 Argyle Street Glasgow G2 8BU|
|Account Name||Glasgow Caledonian University Account|
|Iban No||GB74 BOFS 801180 10049765|
PLEASE ALLOW 7 – 10 WORKING DAYS FOR THIS TRANSFER
Paying by post
Payment may be made by sending a STERLING Bank Draft or STERLING Cheque (UK Sponsors ONLY), payable to GLASGOW CALEDONIAN UNIVERSITY, together with your International Tuition Fee Deposit Form to:
Glasgow Caledonian University