I’m a visiting student from Europe and I am asked to pay my fees during matriculation, what do I need to pay and how do I do this?

I’m a visiting student from Europe and I am asked to pay my fees during matriculation, what do I need to pay and how do I do this?

Aimed at:  Edinburgh Napier’s new students

Visiting students are modular billed which means that the amount you pay depends on the number of modules you study:​

If you are a visiting student who is an EU national, you will have a Home/EU fee status, and  you will be asked to pay £305/ undergraduate module.  If you will be studying full time you will be taking three modules per trimester (30 ECTS altogether)  the amount you should pay should be £915.00 per trimester.

Modular billed students can arrange payment of their tuition fee as part of the online matriculation task or can​ meet with colleagues from the University’s Finance Office shortly after your arrival to set up a payment plan and arrange for the payment of your fee.

For more information on the fees you should pay and how you do it, please visit the Finance Page​.

For questions about the payment of your Fees you can contact the Finance team on fees@napier.ac.uk​ or call+44 (0)  0131 455 6120.

If you are a visiting student who is a non-EU national but studying at a European partner institution, the fee you pay per module will be higher and you will also be requested to meet with colleagues from the University’s Finance team to set up a payment plan during your first few days with us.
 
If you are a visiting students who is a non-EU national and studying at a non-European partner institution, please do not worry about this section.  You, or your Study Abroad Provider, will be invoiced separately for the fee owed.
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