City, University of London accepts a variety of fee payment methods. This page gives you details of how to pay using each method.
Support with making your payments and information on instalment schemes, sponsorships, scholarships, student loans and hardship funds is available.
Paying your fees
We accept a number of methods of payment.
The most convenient way to pay your fees is by using the University's secure payment website.
All major debit and credit cards are accepted including American Express.
If you are unable to access the internet and you are the authorised cardholder the University will be able to take a payment via our secure automated telephone payment system if you call +44 (0) 3300 889 571.
Our bank account details are:
Account name: City, University of London
Account number: 03028836
Bank sort code: 50-00-00
Branch details: Natwest Bank PLC, PO Box 34, 15 Bishopsgate, London, EC2P 2AP.
- Please quote your student registration number on all bank transfers
- Email a copy of your remittance advice to email@example.com
- You should allow five days for the payment to clear
- Associated transfer charges and fees must be paid by the remitter.
International bank transfers
International students can pay their fees using City, University of London’s payments platform powered by our partner Western Union Business Solutions.
This allows you, your parents and sponsors to pay GBP student fees in the currency of your choice and provides you with a simple and secure way to make your payment.
Some of the payment methods included
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Cheque and Bank Draft
The University does not accept personal cheques, business cheques or bankers drafts as a form of payment for any fees. Please make a payment using one of the alternative methods above.
The University does not accept cash as a form of payment for any fees. This includes cash being paid to the University directly and cash being paid into the University's bank account by a student or a third party. Instead, please make a payment using an alternative payment method – either a card payment online, over the telephone or by bank transfer.
If you work for a registered company you can also be sponsored by your employer, who may pay all or part of your tuition fees. You will need to arrange this with the University before starting your course and your employer will be sent an invoice after you complete registration.
- Confirmation of sponsorship is required for each year of study, not just the first year
- Sponsors can't pay by instalments and must pay within 30 days of our invoice date
- If your sponsor is only paying for part of your tuition fees – or does not pay the amount agreed – you will need to pay the balance.