Don't want to miss payment deadlines? The easiest way to pay tuition fees and university accommodation fees is by direct debit where your payment will automatically be debited from your account on the due date or the next available working day. We will notify you via your University email address of amounts and dates at least 10 days before the collection so there won't be any unexpected payments taken from your account. There is no extra charge for direct debit payments but you will need to have a UK bank account.
Direct debit mandate deadline
You need to submit your completed direct debit mandate form online or to the Fees Office by Monday 7 October 2019 in order for it to be processed before your first payment is due.
The quickest way to set up a direct debit for your tuition fees and accommodation is by logging in to your e:Vision account. Go to the 'Your finance' tab, click on the 'Direct Debit' tab and find the 'Direct debit mandate' button at the bottom of the page to set up and manage your direct debits.
If you don't want to set your direct debit up online - or if you are a paying on behalf of a student - you can complete the paper direct debit mandate form and return it to the Fees Office, Market Square.
If you want your tuition fees and accommodation fees to be paid from different bank accounts, complete a paper direct debit mandate for the second account and return it to the Fees Office.
You can update your bank details or cancel your direct debit using e:Vision. Go to 'Your finance' section and find the 'Direct debit mandate' button at the bottom of the page in the 'Direct debit' tab.
You can also cancel your direct debit by visiting the Fees Office or by instructing your bank and advising the Fees Office that this has been done.
You can pay in person at the Cash Office in Market Square, open 10.00am - 4.00pm, Monday to Friday.
We do not make any card surcharges for payments by debit or credit card.
Please note, your bank, building society or card provider might include a charge, particularly if it is based outside the UK.
If your card has been declined please see our guidance on declined card payments.
Cheques should be in British pounds, made payable to 'University of York' and should be written in bold black ink with no amendments or alterations.
Please make sure you write your student number and family name on the back of the cheque and include a paying-in slip or covering letter stating what the payment is for.
You should ensure that you have enough money in your bank to cover the cheque. If this is not the case then your bank may refuse to honour the cheque (the University will not receive any money) and the bank may charge you. In addition, the University will charge you administration costs.
Unfortunately, we are unable to accept Travellers Cheques.
You can pay by bank transfer but your bank may charge for this service. You should include your student number and your family name in the reference information.
When arranging a bank transfer, you need to make sure there is enough time for the payment to reach the University before the due date. Check with your bank how long the payment should take.
Electronic payments from abroad must be in Pounds Sterling (£). Please note that you are liable to pay any charges levied by the banks and for any losses that may be incurred due to fluctuations in exchange rates.
|Account Name:||University of York|
|Bank:||Lloyds Bank Plc, Pavement, York, YO1 9UP|
|IBAN Number:||GB73 LOYD 306364 42268468|
Please don't pay tuition fees or accommodation fees in cash because it is unsafe to carry large amounts of money.
Cash payments must not be paid directly into our bank account.
If you have no alternative, you will need to pay the exact amount as we don't refund any overpaid fees. The maximum amount we can accept in cash is £500.
We may carry out additional checks in order to comply with Government anti-money laundering legislation. You may be asked to provide bank statements and international students will have to provide their UK customs cash declaration form (required if more than €10,000 or the equivalent in other currencies is brought into the UK).