PAYMENT OF FEES – TUITION & HALLS 2017/2018
International Students (non EU) only
Most International Students who have been accepted to study at Bangor University and who require a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) Letter will be required to pay a deposit of £2,000. The deposit will be non-refundable except in certain cases (e.g. certified illness). This deposit will be offset against the students' first year tuition fee. Tuition fees can be paid in full before or during the Registration process (please see http://www.bangor.ac.uk/Registration for details of the enrolment and registration arrangements for your course) or can be paid via the instalment option. Government sponsored students, US and Canadian loan students and Bangor University graduates do not have to make a deposit payment.
- Payment in full at registration
Full payment can be made prior to or at registration. A discount of £350 is available to students who pay the full year tuition fee before the 1 September 2017.
In the event that a cheque or bankers draft is not drawn on a UK Clearing Bank this could create very significant delays before the University is able to either confirm receipt of payment or process any refunds that may subsequently become due.
- Payment by instalment
Students have the option to pay by two instalments. A £200 administration fee will be charged for this option. The first instalment should be paid on or before last date permitted to complete the registration process, and the second instalment is due on or before 8th January 2018.
Payment of English Language Course Fees
A £2,000 deposit must be paid before a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) Letter can be issued. Fee balance is paid in full at ELCOS programme registration. Payment by two instalments is available for 30 and 42 weeks courses only (Administration charge applicable).
The University reserves the right to charge a 1% monthly interest on any late payment after the last registration date. The late payment interest charge may also apply to instalments.
University Accommodation Fees
Accommodation fees can also be paid in full (see www.bangor.ac.uk/international/future/payment.php ) or by instalments using recurring credit/debit card as part of the online registration process.
Postgraduate Students: 3 Instalments - 5th Oct 2017 - 2nd Feb 2018 - 27th Apr 2018
Undergraduate Students: 3 Instalments - 12th Oct 2017 - 11th Jan 2018 - 19th Apr 2018
How to make a payment:
- Pay to Study
An online payment management system (Pay to Study) is available at Bangor University to facilitate payment of various fees including deposits, tuition fees, English language course fees and accommodation fees in your local currency at your local bank. Group payment by our official providers or agents is also possible.
Further information can be found at:
- Bank Transfer
Students are also able to pay fees through a bank transfer using the details below:
|Account Name: Bangor University
Bank Name: Santander UK Plc
Account sort code: 09-02-22
Account number: 10364019
UWB IBAN NO: GB46ABBY09022210364019
UWB SWIFT NO: ABBYGB2L
Please quote your full name and student number when making the transfer and please email email@example.com (to advise the transfer amount, date and student number).
Please note that failure to pay your fees may result in the termination of your registration.
If you anticipate any difficulty paying your fees you should contact the Finance Office as soon as possible. The University will levy a penalty charge for a late payment but we are keen to ensure that you avoid such charges and in order to help you the University has a specialist adviser in the Money Support Unit (01248 383637).
For further information visit the Finance Office between 10.00-12.30 and 1.30-4.00 Monday to Friday or by telephone on 01248 382049 or 01248 383801 between the same hours. You can also contact the Finance Office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Finance Office web site http://www.bangor.ac.uk/finance/