Tuition Fee Payments
- Go to
- Select 'Quick Pay' option
- From the drop box select the type of payment eg 'Tuition Fee Instalment'
- Enter the student university number = (9 digits)
- Enter the amount you are paying
- Submit - follow the instructions on the other screens
- Once payment has been accepted a receipt will appear on screen for your records
- 50% You have until 31st October 2010, for the University to receive the first 50% if received later your instalment will be cancelled
- 25% Due on or before 10th January 2011
- 25% Due on or before 29th April 2011
Bank TransferThis option allows you to transfer funds from your bank account directly to the University bank. You must quote your Student University Number or Invoice Number for the bank to give us the right information about your payment.
|Account Name||Aston University|
|Bank Name||Lloyds TSB Bank Plc|
|IBAN Ref||GB05 LOYD 3096 2800 9670 33|
Card PaymentsYou can pay using the online card system by clicking on the following link . You also call the Cashiers to make a payment on 0121 204 4404 or 0121 204 4353
Cash PaymentsYou must visit the Cashiers Office in order to paid via this method
Sponsored StudentsIf a third party typically a Company, Research Council or Government Institute is paying fees on you behalf please view details here. Please note family members do not qualify as sponsors.
You will need to provide the following:-
A Letter from the Company, Research Council or Government confirming that they are paying your fees. The document must be on headed paper or an official purchase order. It must state the following clearly:-
- How much of your fees they will be paying for eg 50%, 100% or a figure can be given eg £5000
- It must state the academic period that they are paying, whether they are just paying for 2010/11 or state that they are paying for the whole duration of the programme if 3 or 4 years
- It must give a contact name for the Finance Office to communicate with
- It must give the full invoicing address; and email address for the area responsible for making payments