How to Pay
You can telephone us on 01970 622043 between 09:00 & 16:00 Monday to Friday with any questions you may have.
A face to face drop in session is available in the Hugh Owen Library weekly, on a Tuesday between 11:00 and 13:00.
Full Payment and Instalments
Tuition fees become due in full when you register, unless you set up a Card Recurring Payment Plan through our online portal, to allow payment by a maximum of three instalments, which will be taken from your payment card on predetermined dates. It is your responsibility to ensure that sufficient funds are available in your account to make the payment.
Paying online is the only available method where the Tuition Fees can be paid in instalments and MUST be set up as soon as possible after your registration, or you are at risk of missing the first payment due.
All other payment methods require full immediate payment.
Pay Online for UK£ to UK£ Debit/Credit Card Recurring Payment Plans
All Bank Transfers and Other Card Payments
You have two options to carry out payment as the University has two payment partners as follows:
Please note we DO NOT accept payments in cash for Tuition Fees
All bank transfers, debit/credit or card payments, including some local country local Bank payments, will appear as an option to be paid via the Universities partner TransferMate. 24/7 help in local languages on hand. Exchange rates for each option will appear for you to select from with no added transaction charges.
Aberystwyth University has also partnered with Flywire to provide a simple and cost-effective payment method. This payment method allows international and home students to pay in their local currency.
Flywire allows you to:
- Pay in over 150 currencies
- Save money on bank fees and exchange
- Pay from any country and any bank
- Pay by bank transfer, credit and debit card and e-wallet solutions including Alipay & Paypal
- Track your payment online 24/7
- Receive email and text updates regarding your payment status
- 24/7 dedicated multilingual customer support
Payment by Sponsor (other than Parental)
If the student has secured sponsorship for the whole or part of the fee due, it is important that proof of sponsorship is supplied prior to registration. If proof is not provided, the student will be liable for the full fee and subject to the standard tuition fee payment options.
In the event of a sponsor defaulting on payment, responsibility for payment of fees will return to the student.