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International Tuition Fees, Scholarships and Discounts September 2014 / February 2015

Join Glyndŵr University as an International student in 2014/15 and we have a variety of fee packages to offer you.

For your first year of study at the University we will provide comfortable, safe, ensuite accommodation at no extra cost to you.Upgrade options are also available, for those who would like to pay a little extra for more specific requirements.

If you would rather arrange your own accommodation we offer a tuition fee scholarship instead, reducing your tuition fees.

The scholarship you receive depends on the course you plan to study.  You do not have to apply seperately for a scholarship, this will be automatically awarded to you when you submit your academic application to the University.

Final International Tuition Fees 2014 after scholarship deduction

Undergraduate   Postgraduate   MBA  
Accommodation Option 1 £8,950 Accommodation Option 1 £10,400 Accommodation Option 1 £10,950
Accommodation Option 2 £9,450 Accommodation Option 2 £10,900 Accommodation Option 2 £11,450
£7,450 No
£8,100 No

Check here for the current exchange rate in your currency.

Further Available Discounts

Prompt Payment Discount

All new students paying their full fees by 31st August 2014 are entitled to a discount of £400*.

Alumni Loyalty Scholarship

All students that have previously completed an undergraduate degree at Glyndwr University are entitled to our loyalty scholarship of £800.

Accommodation information:

Option 1

Option 2

Student Village Includes:

Wrexham Village Includes:

Accommodation for 37 Weeks

  • On Campus
  • En suite bathroom
  • Shared Kitchen facilities
  • Free internet
  • Free Welcome Pack on arrival (includes a mattress cover, duvet, duvet cover, pillow cover and bed sheet

Accommodation for 40 weeks

  • On Campus (new accommodation)
  • En suite bathroom
  • Shared kitchen facilities and lounge with TV
  • Lift access
  • Free internet
  • Free Welcome Pack on arrival (includes a mattress cover, duvet, duvet cover, pillow cover and bed sheet.

More information available on our accommodation page

Once you have been offered a place at Glyndŵr University, you will need to make a payment to secure it.

The minimum payment we will accept to secure your place is £5000 plus a £300 accommodation deposit plus the cost of any pre-sessional English course.

Before you will be allowed to enrol, you must pay the remainder of your fees. Unfortunately we are not able to enrol any student who fails to do this and will have to notify UK Visas and Immigration that you have not enrolled as expected. All fees for those students who enrol in September 2014 must ensure full payment is made on the day of enrolment.

Your deposit will only be refunded if your application for a student visa is refused. You will need to send us a copy of the refusal notice before we are able to refund your deposit. If entry clearance is granted, we will not issue a refund.

How to make your payment

Please remember to provide your full name and student number as a reference when you make any payment

Option 1 – by electronic bank transfer
Students who wish to make payments from overseas often lose money to fluctuating exchange rates, expensive bank charges and unforeseen card charges. Using the service provided by Western Union Business Solutions helps eliminate these problems and ensures your enrolment can be processed quickly.

Using the free service provided by Western Union Business Solutions to make payment in your local currency helps eliminate these problems and ensures that the University receives 100% of the payment you send.

The services guarantees you an exchange rate for 72 hours to give you time to make the payment using your internet, telephone or local bank, and you will be notified as soon as your payment is received via email.

Click here to access the service

  • Please note this service is open to students wishing to pay in British Pounds, including domestic students.

If you have any queries regarding this service or your payment you can contact Western Unions dedicated student support helpline on +44 (0) 1733 294459 or email education@westernunion.com

Option 2 – online payment by card
You can make a payment by signing into your Moodle account and following the on-screen instructions.

If you do not yet have Moodle access, you can pay online here

Option 3 – Cash or card payments at the Cashier’s Office
The Cashier’s Office is located in the B corridor and is open Tuesday and Thursday
If you have a question regarding your fees, please email accountsreceivable@glyndwr.ac.uk

Option 4 - Electronic transfer

You can transfer money directly to the University or pay money directly into our bank account using the details shown below

Bank: National Westminster Bank PLC
Address: 33 Lord Street, Wrexham, LL11 1LP, UK
Sort Code: 55-81-42
Account Number: 90834569
Account Name: Glyndŵr University
Swift Code: NWBKGB2L

Alternatively you can quote the International Bank Account Number (IBAN): GB89NWBK55814290834569

Refer a Friend (international scheme) is an initiative that allows current international students to benefit from helping their friends in their search for higher education.

1.Simply refer a friend to study at Glyndŵr University

2.Send an email to:international@glynwdr.ac.uk saying you have done so giving the potential students full name.

3.Encourage your friend to return their application to:international@glyndwr.ac.uk make sure to ask your friend to mention that you have referred them to Glyndŵr University in their accompanying email.

It is that simple.If their application proves successful, you will receive a £300 deduction from your tuition fees or if your tuition fees have already been paid you will receive £300 directly into your bank account.

Terms and Conditions

1.Referees will not receive payment until the ‘referred friend’ has been fully enrolled.
2. Students that have previously studied at Glyndŵr University or have previously applied to study at Glyndŵr University are ineligible to be classed as a ‘referred friend’.
3. Potential students that are referred must be a new introduction in order for the referee to receive payment.
4. Potential students must be international students.
5. More than one student cannot receive payment for referring the same potential student.
6. In cases where more than one student has referred the same potential student the student who did so first will receive payment.