How to pay
How to pay your tuition fees
Viewing and paying your fees is fast, simple and secure.
Keep your card details safe at all times. When making bank transfer use only bank details displayed on screen when you log on to your account in PayOnline. We will never email you asking to pay to a different account. If you are in doubt please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Access your account* by clicking on view fees and pay
2. Browse and select the fees you need to pay
3. Select the best payment method for you
- Pay by bank transfer, simply use the bank reference number and details provided
- Or pay online immediately using any of these payment methods:
*All you need is your student ID and secure passcode from your Offer Letter or Statement of Account.
Ingenico ePayments (previously known as GlobalCollect), is the trusted global leader in online payments which we use to keep your fee information safe, and process your payments securely.Your fee account pages use security certificates and we do not store any payment details. Ingenico processes and collects all payments on our behalf.
Remember, when you pay with bank transfer you pay your fees through your bank, either in person, online or by telephone banking. Simply use the bank reference number and details you are provided.
Remainder of your fees
You will be required to pay a portion of your fees before we can issue you with a CAS to apply for your visa. The portion you will be required to pay depends on your country of residence and the type of visa you need. Your Student Enrolment Adviser will inform you of the fees you need to pay.
You can then pay the remainder of your fees in one lump sum or on a termly payment plan. Payments must be received one month before the start of each term in order for you to continue your studies.
Your Student Fees Account
Your student fees account with Finance will be set up once your offer has been accepted and confirmed. You will then receive a statement of your account from the Admissions Centre.
The student identification number (SID) should be given as the reference on any payment made. Failure to do this may delay the correct identification of funds received.
Payments received and identified will be allocated to your tuition fee account normally within two workings days except during peak times such as the main registration period in September.
Payments are notified to the College 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.
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