If you're a full-time home undergraduate student and have
applied for a Student Loan to cover the full cost of your
fees, the payment will be paid directly to the University.
Find out more at: undergraduate financial support.
If you are personally liable for the whole or part of your fees,
the payment methods are as follows:
You can pay online with ePayment.
If you are paying in advance of receiving your invoice please
type ADVANCE in the invoice number field. This payment will be
allocated to your account and matched against your tuition invoice.
Note that you can also pay your accommodation fees here.
Complete the postal
remittance form (PDF - 93k - opens in new window or Right
click and Save target as) and return it to the University of
Wolverhampton, PO Box 4018, Finance Department, Wolverhampton, WV1
All cheques should be made payable to the University of
The following debit/credit cards are accepted: Switch,
VisaDelta, Solo, Mastercard, Eurocard and Visa.
Pay at a site cashier by cash, cheque or debit/credit
card, available at City Campus (MX Building, ground floor),
Walsall and Telford.
This method is recommended for international
students, in particular for the deposit. This will ensure that your
unconditional offer is despatched promptly.
All payments to the University must be made in pounds sterling.
You are required to meet all bank charges relating to the
Bank name: Barclays Bank
Account name: University of Wolverhampton
Bank account no: 80970905
Sort code: 20-97-78
If you do not want to take out a student loan to pay your
tuition fees, you can pay by instalments - for no extra charge.
Instalment payments are made via a bank Direct Debit If you
choose to pay by Direct Debit you can now pay in three equal
instalments. Please contact the Finance Department on 01902 321256
to discuss instalment options.
The instalment dates for the academic year 2013/14 are:
a Direct Debit online or telephone 01902 321256.
The Direct Debit must be drawn on a UK bank or building society.
Failure to pay instalments on the due dates will result in your
entitlement to pay by instalments being withdrawn and the balance
of fees outstanding becoming due immediately.
This method of payment is only available to students if your
course lasts at least a year, and where the tuition fee you are
expected to pay personally exceeds £200.
If you have opted to pay by Direct Debit and you change the
number of modules you are studying, your Direct Debit mandate will
not be automatically amended. Please contact the Finance
Department/ Income Section on tel. 01902 321256 or by e mail
The University is committed to
providing students with a transparent fee structure with no hidden
course costs. Find out exactly what is included in your
tuition fee, and what isn't (PDF - 102k - opens in new
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