Like all universities, Queen Mary charges two different rates of tuition fees known as 'home' and 'overseas' (international students). To help you understand how your tuition fee status is assessed please take a look at the following explanation: www.welfare.qmul.ac.uk/money/feestatus
2019/20 tuition fees for continuing students
Full details of the 2019/20 tuition fees for continuing students are available in the documents below.
2018/19 tuition fees for continuing students
Full details of the 2018/19 tuition fees for continuing students are available in the documents below.
Our Advice and Counselling service have lots of detailed tuition fee information for:
- Undergraduates (Home and EU)
- Medical and Dental students - 5yr programmes and GEP
- Postgraduates (Home and EU)
For confidential advice and support about student finance, hardship funds and any other financial issue, contact the Advice and Counselling Service.
Tuition fees are a student's responsibility. If you are not paying your fees, it is still your responsibility to inform the Finance Office of your sponsor's details. If tuition fee payments are not made on time, you will be classed as a Debtor and your registration with Queen Mary may be terminated if you fail to pay your fees on time as Queen Mary is entitled to terminate your enrolment and registration. If this happens you will be de-registered and you will no longer be a student of Queen Mary. If you are worried about your ability to pay, or your situation changes during the year then you must contact the Finance Office immediately. See Failure to pay tuition fees for further information.
You can contact the Fees Office by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: +44 (0)20 7882 7676.
They are located on the first floor of the Queens' Building, room W117
If you are de-registered for non-payment but then pay the outstanding amount, you can be reinstated as a student but you will be charged an administrative fee for re-enrolment (currently £250). Reinstatement will not occur until the appropriate point during the following academic year.