Payment methods

We have several options available to help you settle your fees quickly and efficiently.

Tuition fees

Pay online by debit or credit card (please wait 48 hours from receiving your invoice to make a payment online).

Postgraduate tuition fee deposits for applicants

Pay by debit or credit card via Surrey Self-Service.

You can pay your tuition fees using a UK bank account by transferring funds directly to the University. The University's bank details are:

  • Account name
    University of Surrey
  • Account number
  • Sort code
  • Address
    National Westminster Bank, 151 The High Street, Guildford, Surrey, GU13AH
  • IBAN number
  • SWIFT code
    NWBK GB 2L

Always quote your student ID number and your name to ensure we are able to identify your payment.

Please note that the transfer can take up to 10 working days to show in our account so you should allow time for your payment to clear.

If you're an international student, you can pay your tuition fees using our online portal via Western Union.

Using the free service ensures the University receives your payment in British Pounds (GBP), and ensures your enrolment can be processed quickly. 

Benefits of the portal

  • The exchange rate you obtain is guaranteed for 72 hours
  • You will be notified as soon as your payment is received via email
  • You can track your payment
  • Multi-language platform

If you have any queries regarding this service or your payment you can contact Western Union's dedicated student support helpline on +44 (0) 1733 871871 or email

You can pay via debit/credit card by telephoning the Cashiers Office based at Stag Hill, University of Surrey:

  • +44 (0)1483 68 2101
  • +44 (0)1483 68 2102

The Cashiers Office is open 9am - 12:30pm, Monday to Friday.

You can pay in person at MySurrey Hive. The Hive is centrally located next to the Lecture Theatre block within the Phillip Marchant Building:

  • MySurrey Hive
    Stag Hill Campus

MySurrey Hive opening hours

Day Opening hours during semester time Opening hours outside of semester time
Monday 8:30am-5:30pm 8:30am-5pm
Tuesday 8:30am-5:30pm 8:30am-5pm
Wednesday 10am-5:30pm 10am-5pm
Thursday 8:30am-5:30pm 8:30am-5pm
Friday 8:30am-5pm 8:30am-5pm

Students should avoid peak times as there may be queues. 

Terms and conditions

Please see below for the terms and conditions you are agreeing to when you use the e-Payment gateway.

To the fullest extent permitted at law, the University of Surrey is providing this website, its contents and its online payment facility on an "as is" basis and makes no (and expressly disclaims all) representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, with respect to this website or the information, content, products or services included in this site including, without limitation, warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.

In addition, the University of Surrey does not represent or warrant that the information accessible via this website is accurate, complete or current.

In no circumstances, to the fullest extent permitted at law, shall the University of Surrey nor or any of its officers or employees be liable for any loss, additional costs or damage howsoever arising suffered as a result of any use of this website or the information, content, or products included in the site.

We may change these terms from time to time without notice. Changes will apply to any subsequent transactions with the University of Surrey.

This site is currently only to be used for the payment of fees to the University of Surrey.

Secure payment

If you would like to pay for your fees with this facility, but you are concerned about the security and reliability of the service, please be assured that:

  • Your payment details are automatically encrypted when you enter them.
  • This site is secured using a Thawte SSL Web Server Certificate to offer you secure communications by encrypting all data to and from the site.

Privacy and data protection

At the University of Surrey we recognise that your personal privacy is a serious and important issue and we support the principle of protecting privacy on the internet within the context of current UK legislation.

If you are unsure whether the payment has been charged to your credit/debit card, you should contact your card issuer whose telephone number is usually stated on the back of your card.