You will not be charged your tuition fees if you withdraw before Friday of the fourth week after your registration date in your first year of study*.
After this period, you are liable to pay pro-rata fees up to the Friday after your last day of attendance*. The Fees Office will be notified of your withdrawal and will refund any overpayments.
If you are granted an interruption of studies and decide to permanently withdraw from your programme during the interruption period, you will have your fees recalculated to account for the teaching you received prior to interruption.
For more information about the tuition fee policy as it relates to interruptions and withdrawals, please visit Fees Income and Credit Control.
Students Loan Company
Students reliant on funds from the Student Loans Company (SLC) to pay their fees will be charged a fee in line with the schedule of loan payments from the SLC (i.e. up to 25% of the fee if the withdrawal applies before the end of Michaelmas Term, up to 50% of the fee if the withdrawal applies before the end of Lent Term and up to 100% of the fee if the withdrawal applies before the end of Summer Term).
*First year students on the MSc in Health Economics, Policy and Management or the Executive MSc in Health Economics, Outcomes and Management in Cardiovascular Sciences who withdraw on or before the fourth day of teaching in December will not be charged fees. Students who withdraw after this date will be charged half the annual fee if they have attended one unit of teaching, and the full annual fee if they have attended two units of teaching.
First year students on other executive programmes who withdraw on or before the fourth day of teaching during their first module will not be charged fees. Students who withdraw after this date will be charged pro-rata according to the amount of teaching they have taken