Our webpages aim to give you all the information you need about funding your postgraduate studies. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, check out our frequently asked questions below.
You can pay by direct debit, which is the preferred method. However, we do accept most major credit/debit cards (including Visa, MasterCard and Maestro but not American Express), cheques, banker's drafts and postal orders made payable to Liverpool Hope University.
You need to pay one third of your total fees as the initial payment and then pay the balance over 5 months from October to February (September starters only). Please note that for each subsequent year of study, the fees may rise in line with inflation.
Once you have accepted an offer to study at Liverpool Hope University, you will be able to cancel your acceptance within 14 days without giving any reason. The cancellation period will expire after 14 days from the date on which you accepted the offer, which is the date on which your contract with the University began.
To exercise your right to cancel, you must inform us of your decision to cancel this contract by writing a statement outlining your reasons, which may be sent by post or email.
By post to; Mrs C Harvey, Director of Student Administration. Liverpool Hope University, Hope Park, Liverpool L16 9JD
You can pay the accommodation charge in full before arriving at Liverpool Hope University. Payment should be made through the online accommodation payment facility that will be available through your Student Record Management system (SRM) from around the middle of August (details of how to access this will be sent to you nearer the time). If you do not have access to a computer, payments can be made at the Finance Office at Hope Park or by telephoning 0151 291 3339 during the hours of 9.00am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday and can be made by cash, cheque or credit/debit card, such as Delta, Maestro, Visa and MasterCard.
If you choose not to pay the full charge in advance are required to make an initial payment (approximately 15% of the total residence charge) before arrival and agree one of the following payment plans for the balance. Again, the initial payment and the payment plan should be set up using the online accommodation payment facility.
You can pay the instalments either by Direct Debit, Credit/Debit card or by post-dated cheque.
PGCE students who are in receipt of a Training Bursary can apply to pay by monthly instalments from their Training Bursary.
You should contact your sponsor and ask them to confirm in writing to Liverpool Hope University that they are sponsoring you and the total amount of fees they are paying for the academic year. Please note that we need a new letter for every academic year of study and until we have received this letter, you remain responsible for your own fees.
If you are experiencing difficulties paying tuition or accommodation fees, you should seek help at the earliest possible opportunity. Initially, you should make an appointment with the Student Funds team by contacting the service desk in the Gateway to Hope Building. They will be able to provide general advice as well as information about any additional funding that may be available. You may also want to speak to a personal tutor or the Students' Union for support and advice. It is important that you keep the Student Finance team fully aware of developments which allows them to make informed decisions.
You need to contact the Finance Office either in person or by telephoning 0151 291 3339 to speak to one of our experienced advisors who will try and agree a payment plan with you that is beneficial to both yourself and the University. If you are unable to agree a payment plan, the policy on student debt is activated and your IT facilities will be withdrawn which will affect all your Hope online learning resources.
For your information, there is an up-to-date account balance which is always available on the Student Records Management (SRM) system. A further breach of a payment or continued failure to make an agreement will result in the withdrawal of all rights and de-registration from the University. One week's notice will be given before de-registration is effected. The University will then put any outstanding debts in the hands of an outside agency that will actively pursue the debts through the courts and any additional costs incurred will be added to your account. In order to maintain the high quality of teaching, University facilities and to be fair to paying students we will always act to recover debts.
Please note that, for students in Halls of Residence, the Accommodation Contract applies and paragraph 11.2 states that the University reserves the right to terminate the Accommodation Contract if you fail to make any payment that is due and payment is overdue by 30 days or more. Any outstanding accommodation charge debt at the end of the license period will be pursued through the external debt collection agency.