International - Tuition fees for Brunel University London Pathway College
For our Foundation and First Year courses at Brunel University London Pathway College, students are required to pay 50% tuition fee deposit, which is stated on their unconditional offer letter, before they enrol at the College and Brunel University London.
For students studying a Pre-Master's course at the College, they are required to make full tuition course fee payment before they enrol at the College and Brunel University London.
If you require a Student Route visa to enter the UK to study, you must show you can afford living costs of £12,006 for your course duration (6 months for UG or 3 months for PG). You will need to provide us a bank statement, showing that you have £12,006 and have not decreased for 28 days.
Also, if you will be studying a Foundation or First Year course at the College, and have only paid 50% of your tuition fee before enrolling, you will also need to provide a bank statement. The bank statement will need to show the remaining 50% of your tuition fee funds, and not have decreased in your account for 28 days.
|Pathway courses||Tuition Fees 2021/22|
|Foundation in Business||£15,350|
|Foundation in Computer Science||£15,350|
|Foundation in Design||£16,350|
|Foundation in Economics and Finance||£15,350|
|Foundation in Engineering||£16,350|
|Foundation in Humanities, Social Sciences and Education||£15,350|
|Foundation in Law||£15,350|
|Foundation in Life Sciences||£16,350|
|First Year Degree in Accountancy||£16,350|
First Year Degree in Business
|First Year Degree in Computer Science||£16,150|
|First Year Degree in Economics and Finance||£16,150|
|First Year Degree in Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences||£16,350|
|Pre-Master's in Business||£8,500|
EU Students - Tuition fees for Brunel University London Pathway College
EU/Home students can pay for their undergraduate course using Student Finance Loan, but only for courses starting in September start. In this case, no tuition fee deposit is required. EU students can apply for the tuition fee loan only.
Please note, only EU students with settled status will be eligible for student finance funding.
|Pathway courses||Brunel University London Pathway College course fees|
|First Year University Studies||£9,250|
Students can apply for Student Finance England. Check if you’re eligible for student finance, find out how much you can get, how to apply and when you start repaying.
Whether you qualify for student finance depends on:
- your university or college
- your course
- if you’ve studied a higher education course before
- your age
- your nationality or residency status
Once you have made your initial student finance application, you may need to update your details if your course or university details have changed. This can be done via a change of circumstance form via your student finance portal. Here you can:
- Change your university from any UK university to Brunel University London (Campus Code: B84)
- Change your course through clearing
- Change where you will be living (e.g. with your parents instead of in halls)
If you need any help with your student finance application, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Home/EU students who are self-funding their tuition fees, the College offers flexible instalment plans, where the fees for the second semester can be paid in instalments. To find out more, please email email@example.com.
Brunel University London Pathway College Payment Details
The use of the platform allows you to pay your fees via credit card, debit card or a bank transfer in the currency of your choice so you don’t have to worry about exchange rates or bank fees. To make a payment please follow the link here. For more information on how the service works, please refer to the video below.
The following applies for all fees and other charges including Navitas Advantage fees.
Payment of the amount, along with any transaction costs due, should be made in £, pounds sterling, to Brunel University London Pathway College by:
- International bank draft;
- Telegraphic transfer;
- UK bank debit card;
- Non-UK bank debit card (3% surcharge will apply).
If payment is made by telegraphic transfer then it must state (a) the student's name, and (b) the student's Brunel University London Pathway College student ID number as reference for payment, and provide the College with proof of payment.Payment and Refund
Making a payment to Brunel University London Pathway College is easy and there are two options.
Payment can be made by bank transfer to the account details below:
Bank name: Citibank N.A.
Bank Address: Citigroup Centre, Canada Square, Canary Wharf, LONDON, E14 5LB, United Kingdom
Account name: London Brunel International College
Account address: Brunel University London, Kingston Lane, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 3PH
Bank Account number: 12082527
Bank Sort Code: 18-50-08
SWIFT Code: CITIGB2L
IBAN Number: GB92CITI18500812082527
Reference Number/Reference: (Brunel University London Pathway College 5 digit student ID)
You MUST include your 5 digit Brunel University London Pathway College student ID number in the reference, to avoid delay in admission process. Please also provide the College with proof of payment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also make payment by clicking here.
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Your next instalment of tuition fees are paid in advance of you starting the next semester. No student will be permitted to enrol on a semester of study until all required advance payments are made in full. The exact payment deadline will be emailed to you by the Student Services Team atleast one month before the deadline but depending on when you join us here is a rough idea of then the next set of fees will be due for payment.
|Intake you started at Brunel University London Pathway College:||Next semester fees due:|
If you miss the deadline there is a late payment fee of £150, so it is essential you keep checking your emails and asking the Student Services Team about the deadline date for your intake.