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2.10 Fees


Students are liable for the payment of all fees associated with a programme of study for which they are enrolled.


Goldsmiths will annually publish a schedule of tuition fees for each programme of study.


Students are responsible for meeting any associated costs of their programme of study, which may include materials or field trips.


Students are responsible for meeting any associated costs for services as a Goldsmiths student, which may include accommodation, printing, or re-sits.


Students experiencing financial hardship may apply to the College for financial aid or support.


Students who do not pay all tuition fees in accordance with the Tuition Fee Policy and Procedures (PDF) will not be enrolled as a student and will not be permitted to enter any assessment until the outstanding sum has been paid except when, in the case of proven financial hardship, an alternative arrangement for payment has been approved by the College.


Students who withdraw from their programme of study shall remain liable for payment of fees for the year in which they withdrew, except that Goldsmiths may make provision for the refund of fees in accordance with the agreed policy.


Students who withdraw from a programme of study without informing Goldsmiths in the appropriate way shall not be eligible for a refund of fees.


Students who interrupt their studies without seeking and gaining the agreement of Goldsmiths shall remain liable for payment of fees in full and may not be eligible for any refund of fees paid.


Goldsmiths will take all reasonable steps to recover unpaid fees and charges and reserves the right to contract with third parties to this end.