Fees are due and payable before enrolment. Payment can be made at any time during the year prior to enrolment. Please select from the following payment methods. Please be advised we no longer accept cash in person or at the bank.
Non-consumer cards such as Corporate Purchasing/Procurement cards are not accepted at Queen Mary University of London to pay for fees. Our authorised payment channels are Online using consumer cards; Direct bank transfer to our Barclays account; or through our trusted partners Transfermate and Flywire. We reserve the right to impose additional charges if unauthorised payment channels are used. Refunds will only be made by the same method, back to the same card from which the original payment was made.
This is the fastest method of payment
Queen Mary has partnered with Transfermate/Barclays and Flywire to offer international payers additional cost-effective ways to pay in their local currency. For example, Indian Rupees in India; Euro in Europe etc. Both facilities offer a similar service and, depending on the country of the payer, different payment options will be presented. This includes local currency card payment or bank transfer to an in-country bank. Both payment facilities offer multilingual support and assistance.
Queen Mary will receive the full value in Pound Sterling (GBP). You will need your Applicant/Student number to make the payment which can be found on any correspondence from Queen Mary University of London.
Transfermate/Barclays payments via the Transfermate portal. International payers will be presented with payment options in their local currency for both card payments and bank transfers.
Pay via Barclays-Transfermate
Flywire payments via the Queen Mary, University of London online payment portal. International payers will be presented with payment options in their local currency for both card payments and bank transfers.
Pay via Flywire
Account details for bank transfer
The payment reference must include student name, student number and reason for transfer. Please ensure that the transfer includes any charges made by your own bank and the receiving bank.