How to pay for your Study Abroad Programme
If you are applying directly to us (ie not through a University of Westminster study abroad partner or approved study abroad provider), you are required to pay a non-refundable £200 application fee.
If you are accepted onto the programme and study the full programme with us (ie you do not withdraw from the programme), the application fee will be deducted from your final tuition fee invoice.
Download the instructions on paying your application fee (PDF).
You will need to make your tuition fee payment when you receive your acceptance email from us. The email will provide more details on payment. Please do not attempt to make any payments before you receive the payment instructions from us.
Payments may be made by bank transfer, credit card or online payment.
Download the instructions on paying your tuition fees (PDF).
If you are offered a place in University accommodation and accept the place, you will be given step-by-step instructions on how to pay. Please do not attempt to make any payments before you receive the payment instructions from us.
External scholarship opportunities
The below table lists some external scholarships that you may be eligible to apply for. Please ensure you check the deadlines and eligibility criteria before applying.
|Benjamin A Gilman International Scholarship Program||USA||The Gilman Scholarship Program is open to US citizen undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding at a two-year or four-year college or university to participate in study and intern abroad programmes worldwide.||www.iie.org/gilman|
|BUTEX||All||The BUTEX Scholarship is open to all undergraduate students who are affiliated to a BUTEX Full Member institution and are not eligible for Erasmus+ funding.||http://www.butex.ac.uk/scholarships/how-to-apply/|
|Tobitate!||Japan||The Japanese Government offers various opportunities for students to embrace the chance to study abroad.||http://www.tobitate.mext.go.jp|
|Lord Acton Memorial Scholarship||USA||For students joining the University of Westminster Study Abroad programme through a programme provider who is a full or associate member of AASAP.||http://www.aasapuk.org/scholarships.php