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Students Awards Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2002

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Regulations 2 and 10(1)(a)

SCHEDULE 5FEES

The fees referred to in regulation 10 are the aggregate of any fees payable by the student in respect of, or otherwise in connection with, his attendance on the course, including admission, tuition and graduation fees, but excluding fees payable –

(a)to an institution for awarding or accrediting any qualification where the institution does not provide the whole or part of the course and is not a publicly-funded institution;

(b)for board and lodging;

(c)for field trips (including any tuition element of such fees); and

(d)for attending any graduation or other ceremony,

subject to the following maxima:

(i)in the case of a course not covered by any other sub-paragraph, £1,100 but where the final year of a course ordinarily required to be completed after less than 15 weeks' attendance, £540;

(ii)for courses undertaken at a university or relevant institution of higher education in the Republic of Ireland:

(a)£2,770 in the case of a course with a substantial laboratory or workshop component, or a course leading to the Postgraduate Certificate in Education, or the pre-clinical elements of courses in medicine, dentistry and veterinary science;

(b)£4,985 in the case of the clinical training elements of courses in medicine, dentistry and veterinary science;

(c)£1,855 in the case of a course which is not covered by sub-paragraph (a) or (b);

(iii)subject to sub-paragraph (iv), in respect of courses at institutions which are neither maintained nor assisted by grants paid out of public funds, £1,025

(iv)in the case of a course at the University of Buckingham, four instalments of £645, in the case of a course at the Guildhall School of Music, three instalments of £1,320 in the case of a course at Heythrop College, three instalments of £650;

(v)where during the year of a course which is described in the definition of “course of initial teacher training” in regulation 2(1), any periods of full-time study are in aggregate less than 10 weeks, £540;

(vi)where during the year of a sandwich course any periods of full-time study are in aggregate less than 10 weeks, £540;

(vii)where during the year of an international course the periods of full-time study at the institution in the United Kingdom or the Republic of Ireland are in aggregate less than 10 weeks, £540;

(viii)in respect of the final year of a course referred to in sub-paragraph (iv) which is ordinarily required to be completed before the first, the second or in the case of a course at the University of Buckingham, the third of the dates 1st January, 1st April, 1st July and 1st September which follow the beginning of that year, the first, the first two, or the first three of the instalments which would be payable respectively if this paragraph did not apply;

(ix)in respect of not more than one academic year of a course referred to in sub-paragraph (vi) or (vii) where the periods of full-time study at the institution in the United Kingdom or the Republic of Ireland are 10 weeks or more, but in respect of that year and any previous such years the aggregate of any one or two periods of attendance which are not periods of full-time study at the institution (disregarding intervening vacations) exceeds 30 weeks, or where the institution is the University of Oxford or Cambridge, 25 weeks, £540;

(x)in the case of a full-time course at the Union Theological College, Belfast, the Edgehill College, Belfast, the Irish Baptist College, Belfast, or the Belfast Bible College, Belfast, the degrees of Bachelor of Divinity, Bachelor of Theology or the Diploma in Theology at Queen’s University, Belfast, a first and second instalment of £618 and a third instalment of £619.

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