Consequences of not paying
If the tuiton fees can not be debited, you will receive an email from the Head of the Central Student Administration asking you to pay the owed amount within 7 days. If you fail to do so, the unpaid amount will be forwarded to a debt collection agency. In addition, you will have to pay the costs incurred by them.
After 7 days you will be excluded from using the following facilities:
- your Solis account
- your e-mail account
- registration for examinations and courses
- the Electronic Learning Environment (ELO)
- borrowing books from the library
- receiving a Bachelor's or Master's degree certificate
- potential electronic examination
Once you have paid the outstanding fees, your access to these facilities will be reinstated within 5 working days.
Are the tuition fees not paid in full by the end of the academic year (31 August)?
Then you can not be enrolled for the following academic year, until you have paid the outstanding fees. Furthermore, you will also have to pay the tuition fee for the following year up front in order to be enrolled.
Did you fail to pay three or more instalments on time? Or was an unpaid amount forwarded to a debt collection agency?
Then it will not be possible to pay the tuition fees for the following academic year in instalments. You will have to pay the tuition fee for the following year up front in order to be enrolled.