Course fees 2021-22

Below you will find all the information on course fees at the University Language Centre in 2021-22.

Members of the public

  • £600 full standard 23-week course.
  • £325 for the Semester 2, 12-week courses.
  • £220 for British Sign Language, per semester.
  • Fees for the standard 23-week courses can be paid in one or two instalments (half on enrolment and the other half in January).

University students

Current (mainly undergraduate) students with available ‘free choice’ credits:  

  • 20 or 10 credits.

Current (undergraduate & postgraduate) students with no ‘free choice’ credits available:

  • £380 full standard 23-week course.
  • £210 (Sem. 2- 12 weeks courses).
  • £140 for British Sign Language, per semester. 

University staff

  • £380 full standard 23-week course.
  • £210 (Sem. 2- 12 weeks courses).
  • £140 for British Sign Language, per semester.

Alumni

  • £380 full standard 23-week course.
  • £210 (Sem. 2- 12 weeks courses).
  • £140 for British Sign Language, per semester.

Fee payments

Payment of course fees can be made online (link sent by LEAP office); by credit/debit card (not Solo cards) or by cheque.  

Booking conditions

Priority is given to credited students on these courses.  Please apply as early as possible to ensure a place on the course.  Application deadlines can be found on the essential information page.

By signing the application form, you are agreeing to these booking conditions:

Places on the course are only guaranteed once an application form has been received, fees/credits have been paid and you have received a confirmation from the LEAP office.

Refunds

Refunds for course fees will only be made up to:

  • Full-year course: 5pm on Friday of Week 2 of the course.
  • One semester course: 5pm on Friday of Week 1 of the course.

Refunds will incur an administrative charge of £45. 

Refunds must be requested in writing to the relevant email address: 

Refunds are subject to the approval of the LEAP Coordinator Dr Orieb Masadeh-Tate

The course description gives a good indication of the level of the class, and tutors may be available to briefly assess your level when you apply.  Credited students should note the deadlines for course unit selection via their Home School. It is not possible, unless in exceptional circumstances, to change your course unit to a higher or lower level after the deadline for course unit selection has passed.

Certificate

Non-credited students, staff and members of the public are eligible for a certificate of study on successful completion of the course.  ‘Successful completion’ means achievement of a 40% pass mark and regular attendance on the course.  Credited students will receive the relevant number of credits, if they pass the course.