University Of Glasgow Withdrawal

University Of Glasgow Withdrawal

Withdrawing from University

Withdrawal is the formal process for leaving your programme of study and the University.

Thinking about withdrawing?

Before deciding that withdrawal is the best action for you, please discuss your decision with your Adviser of Studies/Supervisor. Where possible, we will try and give you the advice and support you need to help you stay and carry on with your studies.

Please read the Thinking of changing or leaving your programme of study? (pdf) leaflet for more information on the support and options that are available to you.

If you decide to withdraw from University there are some practical things that you need to consider:

Tuition fees

Your tuition fee liability will be recalculated as part of the withdrawal process. Depending on the date of your withdrawal, and how you are funding your studies, you may find you have to pay outstanding tuition fee or other charges or your account may be in credit.

We strongly advise that you also speak directly with your funding provider for advice on whether and how withdrawal may affect your funding and any future entitlement to student support. If you do withdraw you must inform your funding provider that you have done so.

Further information on how withdrawal will affect tuition fee liability is available in the Refund Policy.

University Of Glasgow Withdrawal

Maintenance loans, scholarships, bursaries and financial aid

Your entitlement to any scholarships, bursaries, loans or financial aid you may be receiving as a student will normally cease when you withdraw. You will also be ineligible to apply for/receive any further financial aid from the University.

We strongly advise you to speak directly with your funding provider for advice on how withdrawal will affect your funding and any future entitlement to student support. If you do withdraw you must inform your funding provider that you have done so.