There are several easy ways to make a payment:
Please note that all payments must be made in pounds sterling (£) and any additional charges (e.g. bank charges) should be covered by you as we will not accept responsibility for these.
If you are new to our online direct debit facility and would like further information, please see below.
Otherwise please proceed direct to the University's online payment facility by clicking on one of the following links:
We have put in place an International Funds Transfer facility, which allows you to transfer money from your international account directly to our account, with favourable conversion rates.
If you are new to this way of paying, please go to www.uwe.ac.uk/finance/fserv/payts/banktransfer.shtml for more information. Otherwise please click on the link below to proceed directly to the International Funds Transfer facility.
Credit/Debit Card - further information
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Our preferred method of payment is via the Internet as this is quicker and safer for you. The University’s online payment facility provides an easy and flexible way for you to make payments.
The secure payment site includes the secure site certificate, terms and conditions relating to online payments and statements about privacy and data protection. You will be asked to tick a box to confirm that you have read, understood and agreed to these before proceeding to make a payment.
The University will accept payment in sterling only from the following cards.
You can make a payment by the following routes:
Students: The best way to pay is via your ‘myUWE’ Portal
If you experience difficulties paying here, please see our step by step guide to myUWE payments.
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Non-students: You can pay using our secure web payment facility
You will require the student ID number, students’ date of birth and depending on what you are paying for you may need additional information such as course title and accommodation.
If you experience difficulties paying here, please see our step by step guide to paying online.
You can pay using our secure web payment facility - You will require your Customer ID, invoice number and credit/debit card to make a payment.
If you experience problems paying online, please call the Income Office for further guidance on +44(0) 117 328 3784 or +44(0) 117 328 2906.
UWE Card Top-Up/Pharos Print Credits
Students and Staff may use the UWE card for Pharos print credits as well as cashless catering.
For further information please go to the UWE Card site otherwise simply click on the button below to top up your UWE card.
The UWE Online Store offers a convenient way to pay for UWE products, services and events using a secure online payment system. Use the product catalogue navigation on the left to browse for accommodation, events, concerts, car parking permits, bus passes and more.
Please click on the link below to enter the Online Store.
The University offers the flexibility to spread the cost of tuition and accommodation fees over monthly or termly instalments by Direct Debit, as long as the invoice amount exceeds £100.
Our online payment facility allows you to set up a paperless direct debit for either a new direct debit instruction or a replacement for an existing direct debit instruction.
Please visit one of the two secure web payment facilities below and follow the instructions to complete a Direct Debit mandate:
Once your invoice has been raised, you will be sent an Advance Notice outlining the payment dates and amounts, to the email address specified in the direct debit set up process.
Academic Year 2013/14: If you are completing a Direct Debit mandate for your Tuition fees or Accommodation Licence fees and your course or licence starts in September 2013, you must ensure your Direct Debit details are submitted by the following dates if you wish to have the full payment plan:
Tuition Fees: 14th October 2013
Accommodation Licence Fee: 13th September 2013
Please Note: If your details are received after these dates, the invoice amount will be split over the remaining instalment dates available at that time.
If you experience any problems, our step by step guide may help, otherwise please call the Income Office for further guidance on +44(0) 117 328 3784 or +44(0) 117 328 2906.
You can ask your bank to transfer funds in pounds sterling (£) directly to our bank account. Your bank may charge you for this transfer, and you will need to ensure you have sufficient funds to cover both your bank’s charges as well as the full payment of fees in pounds sterling (£). You should select to pay all charges when setting up the payment.
You must always quote your Student ID Number and your name to ensure we are able to identify your payment.
Our Bank Details are:
Bank Account name: UWE Bristol – main account
Bank account number: 60030127
IBAN Number: GB31 NWBK 6002 3860 0301 27
Swift/BIC number: NWBK GB 2L
Bank Name: National Westminster Bank
Branch Name: Bishopston Branch
Branch Address: 72 Gloucester Road, Bristol, Avon, BS7 8BF
Please note: Once your bank transfer has been completed, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org detailing the payer details, amount and what the payment is for to ensure correct allocation.
You can send a cheque, bank draft or postal order (made
payable to ‘The University of the West of England’) to:
The Income Office
University of the West of England
Please ensure you write your Student Number, Name and what the payment is for, on the back of the Cheque, Draft or Postal Order.
Remember: Do not send cash by post
You can make payment by credit/debit card, cheque or cash at the Income Office, Room 2D23, Frenchay Campus.
Monday – Thursday:-
9:00am – 4:30pm
Friday:- 9:00am – 4:00pm
Please note: These may vary during holiday periods
Important information about paying with cash
For your safety and security, we advise that you do not pay with cash. Do not send cash in the post or give money to someone else to pay on your behalf. You are advised to use other methods of payment and only pay with cash as a last resort.
Frequently Asked Questions
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