Struggling to pay on time or wondering what you've paid already? Get in touch with the Fees Office.
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£200 advance payment after accepting your room offer.
Make it easy
Set up your direct debit by 30 September and we'll calculate your payments for you. You will be debited on our three instalment dates.
Your advance payment
When: After you accept your room offer
How: Online on the accommodation advance payment portal.
Your rent + add ons
When: 31 October, 31 January, 30 April
How: We recommend setting up a Direct debit, or paying via e:Vision, which gives you the option to pay by card or make international payments using Flywire. You can also use our online payment service.
Log in to your e:Vision account to make UK card payments or international payments via Flywire, our international payment partner. With Flywire you can make payments using a range of currencies and methods including debit/credit card, digital wallet and bank transfers.Pay via e:Vision
Online payment service
Log in with your student ID and make single payments online. Best for if a third party, parent or guardian needs to pay on your behalf.
Make an online payment
Direct debit (recommended)
Set up a direct debit by 30 September 2023 and your rent, add ons and any additional charges will be paid automatically and on time by your bank.
Set up a direct debit
If you set up a direct debit, your payment will be collected on our three instalment dates. We recommend setting up a direct debit or paying via e:Vision. We do not accept cash payments for accommodation fees.
If you're a parent of guardian wanting to pay the rent of a student, the simplest way is to set up a direct debit.
You can also make a payment via our online payments service. You'll need the student's ID number (found on the back of their University card) for online payments.
You may also make a bank transfer - you should include the student ID number and family name in the reference information.
We do not accept payments over the phone.
The easiest way to make sure you pay for everything on time is to set up a direct debit. Once your direct debit is set up, your bank will automatically calculate and pay the exact amount due on each instalment date.
If you are making one off payments, the simplest way to see what you need to pay is by logging in to the accommodation hub and clicking 'review my accepted offer'. On the next page you will see your three rent instalment dates and how much you need to pay for each.
You can see a full breakdown of your charges by logging into your e:Vision.
If you would like an invoice of what you have paid, you can request one by emailing email@example.com.
If you are making an online payment it may taker up to 24 hours for your payment to go through. International payments may take longer.
Yes. If you would like to pay all of your accommodation fees in one payment, please make sure you write that the payment is for your accommodation fees in the payment reference box.
The accommodation bursary gets paid automatically towards your accommodation fees on the payment dates.
If you have set up a direct debit, any extra you need to pay after your bursary will be calculated automatically. It will also ensure that you don't accidentally overpay accommodation fees
Find more information about receiving your award, plus FAQs, on the bursaries and scholarships page.
If your application is approved we’ll reduce your room price from the price to the equivalent price of shared bathroom accommodation within the same price band.
For example: If we offered you a premium ensuite room, you would only have to pay the rent of a premium shared bathroom.
You won’t receive a direct monetary payment. Instead we’ll credit your accommodation account with any amount you have overpaid and adjust your room price for future charges.
For example: If we offered you a Standard ensuite room for £20.71 per night*, we’d only charge you for a standard shared bathroom (£18.72 per night*). We would adjust your rent payments by £1.99 per night difference for the duration of your contract.
*prices given using 2018/19 figure for example only