Part time and distance learning - payment options

If you are studying via online distance learning or on a part-time basis, our flexible payment plan enables you to make a single one-off payment or spread the cost of your course fees throughout your duration of study with us.

female studying surrounded by booksWe are able to make your study more affordable by requesting an initial payment of just 22% of your course fees for that year (not the total cost of the course), due before or on the day of enrolment.

You can arrange to make payment by one of the following instalment plans during online enrolment if your tuition fees due are over £600.

Payments

Your first payment will be due at enrolment and you must pay for this online by credit/debit card and then the remaining instalments can be paid in one of the following ways

• By credit/debit card
• By bank transfer to the University's Account
• By bank draft

Standard Payment Plan

The standard payment plan for part-time courses and online distance learning courses is 22%, to be paid on or before enrolment, and 6 equal payments of 13% commencing in November and finishing in April. 

Alternative Payment Plan

An alternative payment plan is available for students enrolling on the following course:

  • BA (Hons) Social Work (Distance learning)

20% due on or before enrolment, followed by 10 monthly instalments of 8% at the beginning of each month thereafter.

Modular Payments

Check our Modular Fee Payments

Part-time fee grants

Check your eligibility for the Part-time fee grant (undergraduate) or Tuition fee support (postgraduate)

“At first I was sceptical about studying via the internet but it has worked really well. Any queries or problems I had were dealt with quickly, either via e-mail or telephone.”

Jacqueline Leddy Management Certificate in Business Grad Cert

News RSS

  1. 26, August, 2014 RGU academics analyse Twitter response to second referendum debate

    Ayse Goker

    Academics took to social media to see what sparked the most engagement during the independence referendum debate.  


Robert Gordon University, Garthdee House, Garthdee Road, Aberdeen, AB10 7QB, Scotland, UK: a Scottish charity, registration No. SC013781