How to pay your fees

You can pay your fees in a number of ways, both are online. These include an online payment facility, your Student Portal. For details of when you may be eligible for a refund see the Refund and compensation policy.[PDF]

Pay your fees online

You can use our online payment facility to pay by credit or debit card.

If you are paying an outstanding fee, please log in to your Student Portal. (Select 'My Account' and follow the instructions.)

If you want to pay online but do not have Portal access, please contact the Student Advice Centre.


Flywire enables you to make payments easily and securely in your own currency using a variety of local payment methods including online banking, bank transfers, cards, and e-wallets. The available payment methods depend on the country you are paying from.

You will be able to take advantage of these increased payment options to pay the outstanding balances via the ‘My Account’ section of the Student Portal.

Flywire is being introduced through a phased approach. If you are paying application, registration or assessment fees for the first time you will continue to use the current payment interface and methods and will not pay through Flywire until it is rolled out fully later in the year. See further instructions on using Flywire.

Pay your fees offline

If you are unable to pay online, we accept a number of offline payment methods.

Remember that any methods which involve the postal service will increase the time it takes to receive and process your payment. This may delay the dispatch of materials or other services.

We also recommend you use secure post or registered mail.

Western Union - Quick Pay

Fees can be paid via a local Western Union Agent (Quick Pay method only). Once complete, you will be issued with a Money Transfer Control Number (MTCN) from Western Union and the payment confirmation. Please send this to our Fees Office with a completed Offline Payment Form.

See further instructions on Western Union payments.

Bank Transfer (PG only)

Postgraduate students can pay registration and if applicable any assessment entry fees via bank transfer. You will be provided with the details when you register or enter for your exams. Please refer to the payment methods within the task for details.

Sterling Banker's Draft/Cheque*

Sterling Bank Drafts/Cheques should be made payable to the 'University of London' and  in Pound Sterling. It should clearly have magnetic ink character recognition (MICR) text containing the sort code and account number of a UK bank and clearly show the name and address of a UK bank where it may be presented for payment. There should also be a signature of the issuing bank’s authorising officer 

Please print your student number, full name and date of birth on the reverse of the Draft/Cheque.

The Draft/Cheque should be sent to the University of London Fees Office with the relevant completed documentation (Offline Payment Form). 

We recommend you use secure post or registered mail to send your payment to us by this method.

*Note the University is unable to process payments sent by post or courier at the moment. Please use alternative online methods.

In person*

*In response to the Government advice issued on 16 March, University of London has closed all administration buildings in central London from Friday 20 March until further notice. Please do not come to our office as staff will be unable to take your payment until the buildings have reopened.

Students from Nigeria

Nigeria has currency exchange restrictions which may prevent you from paying your fees in full. As an alternative you should select the ‘offline payment’ option and either:

  • Submit two bank transfers (Postgraduate only) or two sterling banker's drafts.
  • Notify the Fees Office that you want to make part payments by credit/debit card; Login to the Portal, Go to 'Ask a Question', followed by 'Log an enquiry'.