When is the 2% up-front discount applied to my record?


At present you should calculate the discount yourself. Using a calculator, divide the total amount of your fees by 50, and subtract the result from the original fee total. For example if your fees are £9000:

9000/50=180, then

9000-180=£8820.

Pay the balance you have calculated online. The discounted amount will remain visible on your record for a while as debit – this is normal and will be written off when your account is reconciled. If our Finance team have any questions or if there are any errors made at any stage they will be in touch.

More information on the discount and eligibility is available here: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/undergraduate/enrolment/howtopayyourfees/

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