Congratulations on receiving an offer to study at Aston University!

Accepting your offer

To accept your place on the programme you will need to complete and return the Offer reply form along with providing evidence of paying your £2,000 deposit. For further guidance on finance, please see this page.

Please see further information on deposits within the attached Tuition Fee Policy in your offer email. For further guidance on finance, please see this page.

*There are exceptions undergraduate students who take out a student loan do not have to pay a deposit; and sponsored students (e.g. government sponsored are also exempt). If you are being sponsored you will need to send evidence to

Offer reply form

  • Fill in the offer reply form below to accept your place. Please ensure that you forward a copy of your £2,000 deposit receipt to us if you are paying online.
  • I would like to accept my place
  • Applicant Name

Make a payment

Tuition fees for the course can be found in your offer e-mail.

  • Click here to pay your deposit online. Please forward your receipt of payment to, if you have not attached it to your offer reply form. 
  • If you would like to make a payment by bank transfer, please refer to our payment methods page

CAS questionnaire (for international students)

International students that require a visa will need to complete a pre-CAS questionnaire

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


You are guaranteed a place in on-campus student accommodation if you firmly accept this offer for your programme of study and apply for a room via the accommodation portal by no later than Friday 19th July 2019.

Once this deadline has expired, rooms will be allocated on a first come first served basis. You can apply for accommodation here once the accommodation portal opens in March 2019.

If you are intending to live in any local student accommodation you will be living in close proximity to a number of other students, so it is a good time to check that your vaccinations such as MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella) are up to date. If you are unsure, please check with your GP.