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Offer reply form

Fill the offer reply form below to accept your place. For help and assistance completing these forms please contact the admissions office. Please ensure that you forward a copy of your £1000 deposit receipt to us if you are paying online. 

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Make your payment

Tuition fees for the programme can be found in your offer e-mail, the Tuition fees policy for 2015/6 can be found attached to your offer e-mail. 
  • Click here to pay your deposit online  *please go to Quick Pay and select 'Aston Student Fee Payments' as the payment type, Please send us a confirmation of the payment to abspgaccept@aston.ac.uk  

  • If you would like to make a bank transfer, please use the details below and include your student number if possible.

Account Name:           Aston University

Account Code:            04120308

Sort Code:                   30-00-02

SWIFT/BIC:                LOYDGB2LCTY

IBAN:                          GB87LOYD30000204120308 

CAS Questionnaire (For International Students)

  • CAS Questionnaire (If you require a Visa to study in the UK please fill out this form and return it to us)

For further information about applying for your Tier 4 visa please visit the HUB

Accommodation

During Term 3, and as part of the Professional Development Programme, students will have the opportunity of undertaking work-based or study abroad placements away from Aston University Campus. This could range from a four-week summer school at a partner institution overseas, to an internships of up to 6 months which may entail moving to another city or country. 

Please note that if you are staying in University Residences with Aston Student Village, you will not be released from your accommodation contract until it runs its course at the end of 51 weeks. If a study or work placement is something you may wish to undertake as part of your course, you might therefore want to consider prioritising accommodation in the private sector which would offer more flexibility.  Information and advice on renting in the private sector can be found on the following pagehttp://www.aston.ac.uk/current-students/hub/housing-advice/finding-somewhere-to-live/

Students attending Aston on a Tier 4 visa should pay particular attention to the section on Landlord checks.

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