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Fees and Payment Methods

SCHOOL FEES FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2020/2021

Fees are payable by the first day of Term, there are three Terms per year.

Sixth Form
Tuition

Fifth Form
Tuition

Fourth Form
Tuition

Full Boarding
Fee

ANNUAL

£23,250

£20,250

£18,250

£11,000

Autumn Term

£9,300

£8,100

£7,300

£4,400

Spring Term

£6,975

£6,075

£5,475

£3,300

Summer Term

£6,975

£6,075

£5,475

£3,300

 

BOARDING - Full Boarding fee as above.

Weekly
Sunday to Thursday (per week) - £250
Monday to Thursday (per week) - £208

Flexi
Two to three consecutive nights (per day) - £55
Day rate - £70

PAYMENT OF SCHOOL FEES

The School's preferred payment method for fees and additional charges is Direct Debit. Parents who have a suitable UK bank account can opt for either termly or monthly Direct Debits. Overseas parents should pay by termly direct transfer.

TERMLY DIRECT DEBIT

If a termly Direct Debit mandate is in force, the balance shown on the latest fee account will be collected from the nominated bank account on the first day of term.

MONTHLY DIRECT DEBITS

The monthly Direct Debit scheme operates over ten months and payment will be taken on the 10th (September to June inclusive) of each month. Other options are available, please contact the Bursary for more information. Net fees are split equally over the months, with additional "extras" charges being added to the first month of each relevant term.

In accordance with the Direct Debit guarantee, the School will provide you with a payment schedule upon request.

Please complete the Direct Debit mandate form overleaf and return to the Admissions Office with the required deposit made payable to "King William's College".

OVERSEAS

Overseas parents, who do not have an appropriate UK bank account, can pay School fees by direct transfer on the first day of each term. For bank account details and all enquiries regarding any aspect of a pupil's fee account and its payment, please contact bursar@kwc.im or telephone +44 (0) 1624 820424.

Faced with the difficult choice of our daughters remaining at a perfectly good state school in the Isle of Man, we chose to send them to King William’s College to study the International Baccalaureate. The outcome in both cases was a resounding endorsement of our decision, since King William’s College operates and delivers at a different level.

Past Parent of two 6th Form Students