Answered By: Wendy Fan
Last Updated: Sep 27, 2019     Views: 573

In order to be able to graduate, you have to be financially and academically eligible. To check your academic eligibility, please contact student support or your student support manager here.

The deadline for financial eligibility as well as the next steps you are required to take, are communicated individually via your student email.

If you receive an email that you are not financially eligible, you can check any outstanding fees in your student financial portal. You can also check if you have any unbilled tuition fees, as explained below. 

 

For Masters students:

All invoices for tuition fees are based on study points; one study point pays for taking one credit point of study and for Masters programmes you will have to pay a total of 180 points study points divided between 8 modules (120 study points or 15 study points each*), 1 dissertation of 60 study points.

*Please note that for MPH programmes the value of each module will vary between 10 and 20 study points. Please check the programme information page here for more information.

Any re-sits will involve additional study points. So if you have to re-sit one module, the total projected number of study points to be used will be 195.

 

For Doctoral students:

All invoices for tuition fees are based on study points; one study point pays for taking one credit point of study. For Doctoral programmes you will have to pay a total of 540 study points divided between 9 modules (270 study points or 30 study points each), 9 Doctoral Development Plans (90 study points) and 1 thesis = 180 study points.

Any re-sits will involve additional study points. 

 

To see your current count of used and invoiced study points, check the “Study Points” section, in the landing page of your  Student Financial Portal here(1).

 

 

If you wish to pay all your remaining tuition and associated fees, please contact Finance Support below:

 

 

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