Got a question about making payments to UWS? Find the answers here.
How do I pay my tuition fees?
The easiest and quickest way to pay is online using the Online Payment Facility, you will need Student Name, Student ID and Date of birth in order to do this. Select tuition fees and enter the amount you want to pay and continue through the payment pages to complete
Note, if you are a London Campus student, please use the Online Payment Facility (London Campus ONLY)
How do I pay my accommodation fees?
The easiest and quickest way to pay is online using the Online Payment Facility, you will need Student Name, Student ID and Date of birth in order to do this. Select accommodation fees and enter the amount you want to pay and continue through the payment pages to complete.
I haven't received an invoice yet, what should I do?
All invoices are sent out in due course, if you have not received this within 2 weeks of enrolment. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I pay in instalments?
Tuition and Accommodation fees for the current academic year can be set up for instalments online using the Online Payment Facility. This will create a recurring card payment instruction and payments will automatically be taken on the due dates of the instalments selected.
If paying via our online payment facility, then an email receipt will have been sent automatically by the online system. Please check your emails for this (including junk/spam)
Bank Transfer receipts will be sent out automatically within 72 hours of receiving payment.
Can I pay by Direct Debit?
We do not offer this facility but do use a recurring card payment system which is linked to a debit/credit card. An instalment plan can be set up using Online Payment Facility. option using your chosen card, payments are then automatically taken on the due dates of the instalments.
I don't have sufficient funds, what should I do?
If you are having difficulty paying your invoice, then please contact our Credit Control department on email email@example.com
I have received a reminder letter, what should I do?
If you have now paid or set up a payment plan after the date of the letter then please ignore it.