Fees and funding
There are a number of sources of funding available to help you finance your studies.
Tuition fees (including £250 acceptance fee)
Pay in full or in a maximum of six instalments* of £2,174 spread across a two-year period.
Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip)
Pay in full or in four instalments of £2,150.
Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert)
Pay in full or in two instalments of £2,100.
For all programmes, a £250 acceptance fee, that is offset against the total payable, is applicable. Your acceptance fee should be paid within 14 days after receiving your offer.
*Whichever payment option you choose, the full payment or the first of the 6 instalments is required four weeks before the course starts unless you are receiving funding from the Student Finance (SF) organisation. In this case they will be due two weeks after you receive your first SF instalment.
To be eligible for this deferred payment, you must send us a copy of your Postgraduate Loan Summary letter as soon as your loan is approved by SF and no later than two weeks before your course starts.
Please see our Fee Policy for more information on instalments and SF.
Studying the MA International Relations with QMUL Online might turn out to be one of the best value-for-money decisions I have made in my life.
Abir Chowdhury, MA International Relations graduate
How to pay your acceptance fee and tuition fees
Payments can be made online or by phone, using a credit or debit card, or by bank transfer.
Payment over the phone or using a credit or debit card
Once you have received your offer, to make a payment by phone, please call us on +44(0)3309 128235 (Mon to Fri 09:30 – 17:00 UK time).
Once you have received your offer, to make a payment online, please visit Convera GlobalPay for Students.
Paying by bank transfer
Once you have received your offer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange payment by bank transfer.
Find out about the financial assistance available to you:
Refer a friend to be eligible for up to £750 off your tuition fee:
Our Refer a Friend programme