How To Pay

UK/ EU students

Payments can be made through our Online Payment Portal. All major credit and debit cards are accepted. You will need the student number and date of birth to complete data validation checks. The fees for individual courses can be found by looking up the course on our Course Finder or by ordering a prospectus.

Should you encounter any issues whilst making your payment, please do not hesitate to contact the Finance team using the details below.


Should you have a query you wish to discuss with the team, please see our contact details below:

Team  Type of enquiry Contact details
Invoicing Tuition fee invoices, fee queries, fee sponsors, direct debits. 024 7615 2277
Treasury Methods of payment, bank transfers, e-payments, receipt requests. 024 7615 2255
Student Fees Discussion of overdue payments, blocking and exclusions, instalment plan arrangements, payment issues 020 7247 3666

Self-financing students

Students paying their own tuition fees will be issued with an invoice during the enrolment process. You will have to pay this invoice in full within 14 days or sign up to an instalment payment plan via our online payment portal.

Paying by instalments

Self-financing students are able to arrange to pay their fees in instalments.

Instalment payments can be set up during the online enrolment process or via our automated recurring card payment system (from a valid credit or debit card).

Please refer to the Tuition Fee Terms and Conditions for further information.

Students who enrol at other stages of the academic year who are unable to give their details online should contact Student Fees.

Please note that any student failing to adhere to the applicable instalment scheme will be at risk of having access sanctions applied to the University resources.

Students who have set up a recurring card payment and wish to update their card can do this on our secure card update portal.

Sponsored students

If your fees are to be paid in part or fully by a sponsor (such as your employer), you will be required to provide a sponsor letter or Fee Authorisation Form prior to enrolment. A letter from your sponsor should be on company headed paper and state the amount of funding you will be receiving and the academic year it relates to.

Fee Authorisation Forms are only to be completed by registered organisations and companies, and should not be used if your fees are to be paid by family members, friends etc., unless you are officially listed as an employee of theirs.

In all cases the document must be signed by an appropriate signatory.

The completed form/sponsor letter can be scanned and emailed to the Income Team at Alternatively, you can submit the completed form to the Income Team in person at the Student Centre or by post to the address below:

Coventry University
Finance Income Team
Priory Street

Financial assistance for undergraduate students

Please refer to section on bursaries and scholarships.

International students

Full time international students (non-EU) studying at Coventry University London are required to pay £8,000 before enrolment. Students who have not paid this amount will not be allowed to enrol.

The remaining amount must be paid in 2 equal instalments.

Methods of payment

 We accept the following methods of payment:

When making a payment, the full name, date of birth and student identification number of the student must be included.

Bank Transfer - International Payment Solutions

Online international payments in your own currency

International students can pay their fees using the university’s payment platform powered by our partner Western Union Business Solutions. 

This allows you, your parents or sponsors to pay student fees in the currency of your choice and provides you with a simple and secure way to initiate a payment.

Benefits for you:
  • Intuitive, mobile friendly interface for a seamless payment experience
  • Pay international fees by bank transfer or online payment options
  • Convenient payment methods including Alipay, Tenpay, UnionPay, Trustly, Sofort and more
  • No transaction charges from Coventry University or Western Union Business Solutions
  • Favourable exchange rates compared to most banks
  • Track your payment online step by step
  • Peace of mind that your full payment is received by Coventry University
  • Multi language platform: French, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Indonesian, English, Spanish, Hindi, Japanese and Arabic
  • Customer support service to help you in every step
How it works:
  1. Select the country you are paying from, how much you need to pay and your preferred method of payment

  2. Enter your payment details

  3. Make a payment online, through your bank or in person.

To make your payment to study at Coventry University London, click here.

Alternatively, bank transfers can be sent direct from your bank to Coventry University’s bank account, details are as follows. Please note that you must include your Student ID as a payment reference to ensure that the money is allocated to your account. 

Barclays Bank
25 High Street

Account Number: 53666190
Sort Code: 20-23-78 
IBAN no: GB61 BARC 2023 7853 6661 90 
Swift code: BARCGB22  

For further information please contact:

International Office

Phone 0044 (0) 24 7765 2152

Finance Office

Phone 0044 (0)  24 7765 2282

Please have your student ID number ready when you contact us.

Home/EU students:

Payment methods:

1. Full Payment Scheme

Full payment of annual tuition fee at enrolment.

2. Three Instalment Scheme

You will need to pay for your tuition in three installments. The first payment (which is 40% of your tuition fees) must be paid as below:

​1st payment due date -
​2nd payment due date -
3rd payment due date -
September 2019 1st November 2019 ​1st February 2020 ​1st May 2020
January 2020 ​1st March 2020 ​1st June 2020 1st September 2020
​May 2020 ​1st July 2020 ​1st July 2020 10th January 2020

There is no arrangement fee or interest for this facility providing the payments are made on time. Payments to be made by debit card and credit card.

3. Student Loan Company (for undergraduate students only)

Students are eligible to loans from the Student Loans Company

The University’s London Campus admissions process is subject to the Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013. Once you have accepted the offer of a place on a University course you have the right to cancel your acceptance by informing the University in writing within 14 calendar days after you have completed the online registration process. If you cancel within this period you will be entitled to a refund of any deposit/fees which you have paid. If you cancel after this period the University retains the right to charge a proportion of the annual course fee as indicated in the Refund Withdrawal Policy. The University’s withdrawal process can be used to communicate your cancellation of the agreement. 

Coventry University London Tuition Fees & Refund Terms & Conditions

This policy applies to all categories and level of students studying at Coventry University London from September 2020.

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