Find information on paying your deposit and tuition fees below:

Paying your deposit

Once you receive your offer from Regent’s, you’ll need to accept and confirm your place by paying your deposit, which will be counted towards your tuition fees. Please note this payment is non-refundable.

Deposit amounts vary by location and will be recorded on your offer letter. To pay, you’ll need to:

  1. Log into your applicant portal – details are on your Regent's offer letter 
  2. Under ‘Payment/Offer Acceptance’, click ‘deposit payment’
  3. Add details of who’s making this payment, and the payment method 
  4. Review the deposit amount and click ‘continue’ 
  5. Add details of where your payment will come from (country or region)
  6. Confirm your preferred payment method and payee details
  7. Review your transaction and make your payment.

Please try and remember your email address and password. If you forget, you can reach out to [email protected] for help.

If you'd like to decline your offer, please email [email protected] with your Student ID number and a brief reason as to why you wish to decline.

Paying your tuition fees

Tuition fees for new students can be found on individual course pages. You can also find a full list of fees here.

During the online enrolment process, you'll receive your first invoice. You can choose to pay your first year's tuition fees in full by 1 September (or 1 January – depending on which month you start) OR in two instalments (on 1 September and 1 January – or on 1 January and 1 May if your course has a summer term). We also offer a payment plan.

Please refer to your student account for your personal payment schedule.

No matter which option you choose, you'll need pay at least two weeks prior to the start of the term – otherwise we can’t guarantee access to your timetable and classes.

To make your first tuition fee payment: 

  1. Log into your applicant portal – details are on your Regent's offer letter
  2. Under Payment/Offer Acceptance, click ‘tuition fees’
  3. You can choose to pay in full, in two installments, or set up a payment plan
  4. Add your payee details, country and preferred payment method
  5. Review your transaction and make your payment 

It's important to remember the email address and password associated with your student account. If you have trouble, please email [email protected].

Your next payments

From then on, you’ll pay your tuition fees before the start of each academic year. An invoice will be generated to indicate how much you’ll need to pay – and you can choose to pay in full or set up a payment plan.  

Please note, payments can only be paid online via our trusted partner, Flywire – we can’t accept payments over the phone. You'll need to generate a new transaction every time – you can’t just do a bank transfer using the details you already have; this allows everyone to track the payment securely.

Flywire enables us to receive payments from over 240 countries and regions worldwide, in more than 130 currencies. This means you can: 

  • Pay by credit or debit card, bank transfer or e-wallet 
  • Pay from any country or bank 
  • Pay in your local currency 
  • Avoid bank fees and extra charges 
  • Be guaranteed the best exchange rate (if you find a better rate, Flywire will match it) 
  • Track your payment online, in real-time 
  • Get 24/7 multilingual support  
  • Feel confident in the security of your payment

Tuition fee refunds

If a student has a credit balance, Regent's will refund the balance upon request. We can only make a refund to the same account the original payment was made.

Please note, deposit payments for all courses are non-refundable. For more information, please read our full Refunds Policy. 

Advance deposit refunds

A) Deposit payments

Deposit payments for all courses are non-refundable, with the exception of the following circumstances:

1. You cancel within 14 days of paying your deposit. The statutory cancellation period is a period during which you can change your mind about accepting an offer.

2. If your offer is withdrawn because you don't meet the academic conditions and we're unable to offer you a place on an alternative course. Should you fail to reach the required level of English, your deposit will be retained and applied to a future period of study as per section B) Deferral of Studies

3. If a visa has been refused, you must provide an official letter from the UK immigration authorities to request a refund. However – if the refusal letter refers to fraudulent, forged or counterfeit documents being submitted as part of your application, or on the grounds of adverse immigration history not disclosed, the tuition fee deposit will not be refunded


To minimize the risk of visa refusal, all students planning to study in the UK are strongly recommended to follow visa advice offered by education agents or official visa agencies in their home country.

Students planning to study in the UK who are not applying through education agents in their country will be offered free visa guidance from Regent’s, providing they have a CAS issued by Regent’s.

However, all students should be aware that the final decision for the grant of any visa
is made by the UK Home Office. Accordingly, Regent’s does not accept responsibility of any kind for the counselling offered by our advisors or any decision to reject, defer or otherwise not accept a visa application by the UK Home Office.

All requests for refunds due to visa refusal must be submitted to Regent’s Admissions team together with a copy of your passport and the visa refusal letter.


4. The course for which your deposit was paid is cancelled, and we're not able to offer you a suitable alternative

5. The course for which you paid a deposit is full and no suitable alternative is available


If we're unable to issue you with a CAS because you don't meet the UKVI requirements, your refund will be made – unless documentation submitted in support of the CAS is suspected to be fraudulent, or credibility concerns are raised as part of the process. In these circumstances, we will notify you of this decision. There is no right of appeal

Late applications and subsequent non-issuance of a CAS will be treated under section B) Deferral of Studies. A cancellation charge of £500 will be retained by the University.  

B) Deferral of studies

If you decide to defer your place on a course, your deposit will be held and applied to the next available intake. If you fail to enrol at the next available intake, your deposit will be lost.

Policy Date December 2022 – effective from Spring 2023 entry points.

Further information

If you're taking 60 credits in a term already and are required to do retakes, these will come at no extra cost. However, retakes will incur a fee when taken alone in a term.

Details on scholarships and additional funding can be found here

If you have any questions regarding tuition fees, please email [email protected], noting your Student ID number. If you have trouble with your student account, please email [email protected].