Make a payment
The University provides a number of easy, safe and secure online payment options which can be used to pay deposit, tuition and accommodation fees.
You can use your credit or debit card to make a payment. When making a payment, you must include the following information:
- Student's full name
- Student's date of birth
- Nine digit Exeter student number
Please note, only the cards displayed above are accepted.
Depending on your card provider the system may ask for additional information in-line with 3D secure requirements. This provides an additional layer of security when making online payments.
You can make a payment via GlobalPay for Students which provides an easy and secure way to pay in your local currency. Some of the benefits to this method of payment are:
- Payment is made in your local currency and will be converted to that of your institution*
- There are no hidden charges or receiving bank fees
- Once a payment has been made, it can be easily tracked using your unique reference
- Favourable exchange rates compared to most banks
*Please note, your conversion rate will be held for 72 hours. Therefore, please make sure you finalise your funds transfer to the University of Exeter within this time period.
Other ways to pay
When making payment, you must use your nine digit Exeter student number as the reference. This is all that is required to correctly allocate the payment to your account.
Please do not include any other reference as we may not be able to allocate your payment and may result it in being returned to you.
|Branch Address:||18 St Thomas Centre, Cowick Street, Exeter, Devon, EX4 1DE|
|Sort Code:||60 - 08 - 06|
|Account Name:||University of Exeter|
|University Address:||University of Exeter, Northcote House, Queens Drive, Exeter, EX4 4QJ|
|Reference||Your University of Exeter Student Number (Example - 68*******)|
|Please read the information below this table before making an international bank transfer*|
* All payments made to the University in respect of student fees, fines, and other charges must be made in GBP, so we recommend that you have sufficient funds in a UK bank account before you start your course. Any currency conversion costs or other charges incurred in making a payment shall be borne by the student or the third party making or receiving the payment, and shall not be deductible from the amounts due to the University.
You will need the student’s/applicant’s nine digit Exeter student number and the student’s/applicant's date of birth.
You can find your nine digit Exeter student number at the top of most correspondence from the University and on your Unicard. Please note, this number is different to your UCAS number, e.g.:
Your Name: XXXXXXX
Exeter student number: XXXXXXXXX
UCAS Personal ID:XXXXXXXXX
Programme name: XXXXXXXXXXXX
No, there is no additional charge if you make a payment via credit or debit card.
Anyone can make a payment, for example: student, parent, other family member, friend, sponsor, agent on behalf of the student. They will need the student’s/applicant’s full name, nine digit Exeter student number and date of birth when making the payment.
Using our listed payment methods, you can make payments for:
- tuition fees
- tuition fee deposits
- other sundry fees, i.e. fines and exam fees
The easiest and quickest way to pay is online via debit/credit card. You will need your (the student's) nine digit Exeter student number and date of birth in order to do this. Select 'tuition fees deposit' and enter the amount you want to pay. Then continue through the payment pages to complete the payment.
Alternatively you can pay using GlobalPay for students (online bank transfer).
You can check to see if a payment has been received by logging onto https://studentstatement.exeter.ac.uk/ and checking the balance.
Payments will take different lengths of time to reflect on your online statement depending on the payment method:
- GlobalPay for students: Can take up to 10 working days for international bank transfers to be received by the University. Once received, the payment should reflect within 2 working days.
- Online debit or credit card payments: should reflect within 2 working days of the payment being made.
If your online payment has been unsuccessful please contact your bank or credit card provider as the University is not able to determine the reasons for payments being unsuccessful or declined.
If your payment does not reflect after 10 working days, then we would advise that you contact SID and provide them with the payment details, quoting your nine digit Exeter student number and name. We can then investigate the transaction.
- Tuition fee deposits
- Fee due dates and deadlines
- Online statement – view fees and payments made
- Student funding