How to Pay
Not an international student? see Payment of fees - Home and EU students
As an International student, we may have asked you to pay a deposit. We’ll need this deposit before we send you the Confirmation of Acceptance to Study ("CAS letter") that you will need to get a visa to study in the UK. We’ll apply your deposit to any tuition fees that you owe for your course. To avoid delays in arranging your travel, accommodation and enrolment, we recommend that you pay your deposit at least three months before your course starts.
Please refer to our full Tuition Fee Terms and Conditions.
Pay online from your bank
You can pay your deposit and tuition fees online quickly, safely and in many languages using a secure bank payment through GlobalPay for Students. You’ll see exactly how much you will pay in your own currency and you will be able to track your payment every step of the way.
Other ways to pay:
Pay online by Credit or Debit card
If you want to securely pay your deposit using a credit or debit card, you can make an online payment straight to us. All major credit and debit cards are accepted. You will need the student number and date of birth to complete data validation checks.
Should you encounter any issues whilst making your payment, please do not hesitate to contact the Finance team on telephone number 024 77652266 or email us at: email@example.com.
Pay offline by Bank Transfer
You can pay your deposit directly to the University's account by bank transfer. You’ll need to include the full name of the student, and student ID, so that we can make sure the funds are correctly transferred to the tuition fee account.
Account Name: Coventry University
Bank Name: Barclays Bank
Bank Address: High Street, Coventry, CV1 1ZZ
Sort Code: 20-23-78
Account Number: 20786675
IBAN Number: GB56 BARC 202378 20786675
Swift Code: BARCGB22
Keeping you safe and secure
We have to comply with strict Government regulations designed to stop money laundering. Unfortunately, this means our payment methods are restricted, and we cannot take payment from you in cash. We realise that this is inconvenient, and we hope that you understand this is for the long-term safety of the international community and International students.