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Students funding their tuition fees by either a Postgraduate Master's or Doctoral Loan from the Student Loans Company (SLC) will be considered as a 'self-funded' student.
Where the college is notified by Student Finance that you are receiving either the Postgraduate Master's or Doctoral Loan from the SLC, then Credit Control will split any portion of tuition fees that you are responsible for, into three equal instalments with due dates to match your loan disbursements.
You have secured a Masters loan of £12,167
Course Fee = £15,000
PG Loan = £12,167
PG Deposit = £2000
Adjusted Instalment Amounts & Due Dates
- 31 October £5000 to pay (minus allocation of £2000 deposit)
- 31 January £5000 to pay
- 30 April £5000 to pay
What do I need to do next?
No action is required.
Student Finance will inform the university if you are receiving a Postgraduate Master’s Loan for 2023–24, therefore, you do not need to inform the university of your funding. Once King’s is automatically informed by Student Finance, your tuition fee invoice will be rescheduled into three equal instalments with due dates to match your loan disbursements.
You will receive an invoice from King’s College London asking you to pay the fee in TWO equal instalments by the end of October and January.
Once the standard fee invoice is generated and where Student Finance have informed King's of your loan, Credit Control will then re-schedule the fee invoice based on the above. Once processed, you will be sent an email to your college email address to confirm the revised amounts/due dates.
The adjusted amounts and due dates will also then reflect on your student records portal.
If you have secured a Postgraduate Master's or Doctoral Loan and your fee hasn't been re-scheduled and is still showing in two instalments after 10 working days of the invoice being generated, please forward a copy of your loan confirmation to firstname.lastname@example.org.