This article explains how to set up an instalment instruction.

If you wish to pay fees by instalment you must set up a mandate (payment instruction). To set up the mandate, please read the instructions below.

Tuition Fee. The University instalment plan is 6 x monthly instalments from October to March with a similar offering for January starters.

University Halls of Residence. Instalment dates can be found in the Halls of Residence Handbook. 

All mandates are to be submitted to the University using the Webpay system. You can choose either the credit/ debit card instalment or direct debit payment options depending on which you prefer. Direct Debits are only available on UK bank accounts. Click here for guidance on the Direct Debit Guarantee. 

Follow the steps below on how to set up the mandate.

Step one: Accessing Webpay

When you access Webpay you will be presented with a customer validation screen. The student (or the payer) will enter the student ID, student name and date of birth. The person completing the form will verify their relationship to the student.

Step two: Setting up the payment plan

  • Select  ‘Tuition Fees’ or ‘Halls Accommodation’, then select either ‘Credit/Debit Card Instalments’ or ‘Direct Debit’

  • Complete the rest of the details using the relevant card/bank details. 

  • Please note that when you get to the last page, clicking "Pay Now" does not take money from your account. This only happens if you have chosen the option to pay immediately.

  • Once the form has been submitted, an email confirmation will be issued. A payment plan will be sent to the payer by email a few days later. This could be longer if the mandate has been completed before the course start date. 

  • Set up your instalment instruction on Webpay

 

 

  

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