There for you
for better revenue

Our dedicated education recoveries team handle the collection of unpaid tuition, accommodation, library and commercial fees on behalf of Universities and Higher Education Colleges throughout the UK.
With students now paying more for their studies than ever before, tuition fees make up a significant percentage of each universities income.

In 2017-18, it is expected that tuition fee levels will increase to £9.0 billion, therefore, you need access to the best possible recovery advice.

We understand your sector

Universities and higher education institutions are faced with challenges on a number of fronts and often in an uncertain climate. Creating and sustaining a viable financial and funding model is critical. You need efficient internal systems in place to respond to an increasingly diverse range of funding sources.

This means you need the right external support to assist you.

Our approach

We offer a complete recovery service undertaken solely by us incorporating;

  • pre-legal collections
  • trace and investigation work
  • legal and enforcement recovery solutions

Our dedicated team works to deliver a cohesive and collaborative recovery service providing you with the assurance that your recovery strategy is in safe hands.

Contact us today

About the Recoveries team

Find out more about the Wilkin Chapman LLP recoveries team:

  • Wilkin Chapman LLP has one of the largest recoveries teams in the UK
  • Listed as No 1 debt recovery provider in the East Midlands region by the Legal 500 2016
  • Ranked 104th in the country by turnover by The Lawyer UK 200
  • In the top 100 list by Legal Business 
  • LEXCEL (Law Society’s own quality mark) accredited
  • ISO 9001 accredited


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"Wilkin Chapman provide us with both pre-legal and legal debt recovery services that are consistent and appropriate to the debts being recovered. They have taken the time to fully understand the Higher Education sector and work closely with us to provide debt recovery services that compliment our own processes”

University of East London