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Tuition fees are what a university charges to teach a course. The amount you pay depends on which course you take, whether you study full or part time and where you study. We are committed to providing high-quality teaching and courses that are not only relevant to the needs of industry and future employers, but that are also engaging and stimulating, with an emphasis on the acquisition of practical skills. Your tuition fees not only help to ensure that we can fulfill this commitment; they also enable us to give you world class facilities across all departments. Visit our Why Come to NIMT page for more details.

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You will not need to pay fees until you have accepted an offer to attend our university. There are three ways to pay your tuition fee:

  • Take out a student tuition fee loan
  • Pay up-front in full
  • Pay in three instalments (if your course is longer than 4 months)

Most India-based students are eligible for a tuition fee loan. If you normally live in India  you would apply for this via Bank. If bank confirms you are eligible for a tuition fee loan it will be paid to you which you will need to deposit to NIMT.

Find out more about student tuition fee loans.

For those without student loans, fees are paid through our online payment system (or in a bank to bank transfer) in three instalments, the first at or before registration. If you start in September the two further instalments are usually due in November and January. If you choose to pay the university directly, payment is usually part of our registration process. You will be given more information about payments once you have accepted an offer from us. You should be aware that you may incur late payment fees if you do not set up payments at or before registration.

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There is lots of financial support available for undergraduate students. As well as  Grants and Scholarships from the government.

Visit our scholarship section for more information.

Find out more about student tuition fee loans.

 

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