Payment Method & Policy

Making a payment

You may select one of the following three methods to make fees and deposit payments:

Bank Transfer to university bank account

Students are also able to pay fees through a bank transfer using the details below. Please note that banks will make a charge for this service. The charge will be deducted from the amount credited into Bangor University’s bank account.

Bank name: Santander UK Plc
Bank address: Bootle Centre, Bridle Road, Bootle, Merseyside. L30 4GB
Account number: 10364019
Account name: Bangor University
Account sort code: 090222
SWIFT address: ABBYGB2L
IBAN address: GB46ABBY09022210364019

Please quote your full name and student number when telephoning or when making the transfer and please email remittance@bangor.ac.uk (to advise the transfer amount, date and student number.) You should explain that the money is being paid as an admissions tuition fee deposit.

Credit Card Payment

You can make card payments over the phone direct with our finance office, please call our Finance Office on +44 (0) 1248 383801 / +44 (0) 1248 382049.
Payments by credit card or international debit card are accepted

Pay to Study

An International Bank Transfer system (Pay to Study) is available at Bangor to facilitate payment of various fees including deposits, tuition fees, English language courses fees and accommodation fees in your local currency at your local bank. Group payment by our official providers or agents is also possible. Using this service will involve completing the online forms and visiting your bank in person to arrange the transfer. There is no charge for this service.

Please note that this facility is for new international students enrolling on a new course of study. This facility is not available to international students progressing into their second or third year of studies.

Please refer to the Step by Step Student Guide which explains how to make a payment.

Deposits

All 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 offset against the students' first year tuition fee. Please see the section below for further details on payment of tuition fees.

Government sponsored students and Bangor University graduates do not have to make a deposit payment.

Payment of Academic Course Fees

For students enrolling in January (on taught courses)

Half of the tuition fee payment MUST be made prior to or at registration.

Early payment scheme

Students who make the full year tuition fee payment before the 06th January will be entitled to a discount of £350. Returning students are also eligible to receive this discount.

See 3 ways of paying on top of the page

Paying by instalments

There is an option to pay by two instalments with an admin charge of £200 in addition to the applicable fees. The first instalment should be paid on or before the last date permitted for registration, and the second instalment should be paid on or before 9th May. Late payment interest charges may apply to instalments

 

For students enrolling in September (on taught courses)

Half of the tuition fee payment MUST be made prior to or at registration.

Early payment scheme

Students who make the full year tuition fee payment before the 1st September will be entitled to a discount of £350. Returning students are also eligible to receive this discount.

See 3 ways of paying on top of the page.

Paying by instalments

There is an option to pay by two instalments with an admin charge of £200 in addition to the applicable fees. The first instalment should be paid on or before the last date permitted for registration, and the second instalment is due by the start of the second semester. Late payment interest charges may apply to instalments too.

Payment of Tuition Fees - For Research Students

Half of the tuition fee payment MUST be made prior to or at registration.

Early payment scheme

Students who make the full year tuition fee payment 15 days prior to the commencement date stated in the offer of admission will be entitled to a discount of £350. Returning students are also eligible to receive this discount.

See 3 ways of paying on top of the page.

Payment of English Language Course Fees

£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 beginning in September/October only. (Administration charge applicable)

Late payments

The University reserves the right to charge a 1% monthly interest on any late payment after the last registration date. Late payment interest charge may apply to instalments too.  

Refund Policy

Deposit

  • The deposit is refundable, subject to conditions.
  • Refunds will not be made if a candidate after receiving a CAS decides later to withdraw.
  • A refund will be granted if the application for visa has been refused and a copy of the Entry Clearance Officer’s report is supplied. However, the Refunds will not be granted if the visa is refused for any of the reasons listed below:
    • having presented fraudulent documentation
    • information withheld by the applicant about his/her previous visa applications/history
  • Refunds will not be made if a candidate’s application for visa has been granted and he/she later decides to withdraw.

Tuition Fees

  • International students who wish to withdraw after registering at Bangor University must contact the Academic Registry Office in writing before the withdrawal deadline in order to qualify for a refund.For further information please click here

How to Claim a Refund

If you feel you are eligible to apply for a refund of the deposit fee please complete this form and return and return to student-admin@bangor.ac.uk

Please note:

  • Any tuition fee refund must be credited to the same Bank Account / Credit Card from which the payment was made by either the student or other 3rd Parties on their behalf.