Tuition Fees

Follow the menu links for full details of our fees:

Payment methods

To make a tuition fees payment, please use one of the following methods:

  • Online payments can be made at:
  • International and EU students: Falmouth University has partnered with Flywire, to help make your international payments safe and easy. If you are an International or EU student you can make a payment by International debit/credit card or bank transfer in your local currency at:
  • In person at the Finance Office between 9.00am and 2.00pm (3.00pm Wednesdays) Monday to Friday
  • UK bank transfers directly into the University bank account:

Account name: Falmouth University
Account number: 40370479
Sort code: 20 88 44

Bank address: 
Barclays bank
6 Killigrew Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, UK, TR11 3RD

Acceptance Fees

Acceptance fees are applicable to International students (except Norwegian) upon acceptance of a place on a course. UK/EU students who are studying Foundation, MA and Research will also be required to pay an acceptance fee when they accept a place on a course. The course fee details show the amount and how to make the payment. The acceptance fee is non refundable, with the exception of cancellations of study  places within 14 days of receipt of the payment, in these cases a full refund will be issued. Once a student starts their studies, the acceptance fee is allocated as part of the first payment due for tuition fees.

Contact us

For advice and information about tuition fees, please contact the Finance Office:

Tel: +44 (0) 1326 213778

For details on financial support, please contact the Student Funding team:

Tel: +44 (0) 1326 213744/255159

If you are a current student and have concerns about your finances, please contact the FXU Advice Service:


Useful contacts

Student Loan Company

Information about student loans:

Tel: 0300 100 0607


Information and useful links on student finance, loans and universities:



Student finance information on the UCAS website:


Money Saving Expert

Independent view of what it costs and what the new student finance arrangements mean for you: