Paying Fees - Online and Bank Transfer
Your student fees account with Finance will be set up once your unconditional offer has been accepted and confirmed. Any payments received or invoices sent will then be viewable as transactions in My finance, MyEd in either current items or history.
Pay by debit or credit card with immediate notification of payment.
Offering the choice of multiple currencies (including GBP) with a 72 hour guaranteed exchange rate and payment tracking.
Your Student Fees Account
The transaction type will explain if the transaction is an invoice, payment, credit note or refund (for example). Amounts are shown as sterling GBP and a '-' in front of an amount means this is a credit amount. Payment can be made by card in My finance, MyEd as an advance payment or for a particular invoice if visible. Payment can also be made on different systems as explained below. Use the tuition fees search to find out your fee rate to make an advance payment before the invoice is emailed to you.
Payments received and identified will be allocated to your student fees account normally the next working day. The student number (UUN) should be given as the reference on any payment made. Failure to do this may delay the correct identification of funds received and may cause payment reminders to be sent to you. It may also cause difficulties if you require a CAS to be updated for UK visa purposes or in order to complete matriculation.
Payments are notified to the University in different timescales depending on the payment method used. These range from immediate notification to a few weeks. The transfer of cleared funds from the payer normally takes place a few days after the payment has been notified.
Guidelines showing normal timescales for each payment method are provided for information but are not guaranteed. The University is not able to advise which method is best in terms of speed or cost.
The UUN can be used as the login name or account name for services which that person is authorised to use. The form of UUN for undergraduate and postgraduate students is a lower case letter "s" followed by their matriculation number, for example s1234567.