For information on applying for International Foundation Year (IFY) courses, please visit www.bathfoundationyear.com.
Tuition Fees for International Students (2019/20)
|Level 3: Academic/Vocational courses. National Diplomas National Awards and National Vocational Qualifications||£7,760 per year|
|Level 4/5: HNC and HND Full-time courses||£8,640 per year|
|Level 4/5: HNC and HND Part-time courses||£4,300 per year|
|Level 5: Foundation Degree (FdSc) in Applied Computing and Sport & Exercise Science||£14,770 per year|
|Level 6: BSc (Honours) Applied Computing with University of Bath||£14,770 per year|
|Foundation Courses: Foundation Diploma Art & Design for International Students||£8,640 per year|
|Bespoke Programmes||Prices on request|
When Do I Pay?
You must pay the tuition fee deposit, plus any accommodation costs, before arriving to start your course. This amount will be shown in your offer letter.
You can pay the remainder of the fees when you arrive and enrol on your course.
If you are studying on a course which is 6 months or longer, and which costs £300 or more, and if you have a UK bank account, you can pay the remainder of your fees in three equal instalments. The first payment is due when you enrol, and the other two instalments must be paid each month for the following two months. A standing order will be set up with your UK bank so the payments are made directly to Bath College.
All course fees must be paid by 8 weeks before the end date of the course.
NOTE: The fees do not include course books or any additional costs relating to the course, such as course materials, trips, accommodation and living costs.
How Can I Pay?
There are several ways you can pay your fees.
The easiest method is through the TransferMate Global Payments service. Using this service, you can pay through your local bank in your home currency, without any bank transfer charges.
You can track your TransferMate payments online, 24 hours a day.
To make a payment using TransferMate: First check your offer letter for details of how much you need to pay. You can use TransferMate to pay your tuition fee deposit, the balance, and any other administration charges that appear on your offer letter. (The offer letter is also your invoice). When you are ready to make payment, click here to begin.
If you have any questions about the TransferMate service, or about your payment, please contact the TransferMate Customer Care Team at email@example.com.
Other ways to pay your fees
You may have to pay bank charges, fees or levies with these payment methods.
- Visa/MasterCard (not American Express or Electron): please call our Finance Office on +44 (0)1225 328776. Remember to give your name, your reference number and the course title.
- Sterling cheque: this must be made payable to Bath College. Please send by registered mail or courier to Bath College. Make sure that your name and reference number appear clearly on the transfer or cheque.
- Bank draft: this should be in pounds sterling, and drawn on a UK bank.
- Bank transfer: all payments by bank transfer must have your full name included on it.
Please note that you are responsible for paying any bank charges incurred in making payments to the College. Payments should be made to:
UK Account number: 80906212
Bank Sort code: 20-47-06
IBAN number: GB45 BARC 204706 80906212
Swift ID: BARC GB22
Barclays Bank plc.
4-5 Southgate Street
Bath BA1 1AQ
The fees for courses can change from year to year, and deferred applications will be charged the most up-to-date fee for their programme of study.
Refund of Fees
Refunds of course fees, in whole or part, will only be considered in truly exceptional cases, when you will need to provide appropriate supporting original documentation (e.g. a medical certificate). No refunds are made in any other circumstances. The College reserves the right to deduct an administration fee of £25 from any refund.
If your visa application is refused, you will need to send the original visa refusal document to the College so that a refund can be processed. The College will deduct an administration fee of £25.