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How to pay

The University of Bradford have partnered with Flywire, providing choice, safety, reliability and convenience for you. You can also pay on campus in the Richmond Building or use our Secure Payment Telephone Line.

Unsure how to pay?

Contact our helpful Payzone Team, Monday to Friday, 10:00-14:00.

We have recently been made aware of instances where students have received fraudulent messages regarding tuition fee payments. Find out how to avoid these and ensure that your payments are made safely.

University of Bradford International College (UBIC) payments

If you are a University of Bradford International College (UBIC) student, please refer to the payment method in your offer letter. Do not use these payment methods.

Pay using Flywire

You can make a card payment, bank transfer or e-wallet payment via Flywire, who facilitate payments from over 240 countries and territories, in more than 150 currencies.

  • Pay in your local currency or in GBP (£)
  • Avoid bank fees and extra charges
  • Exchange rate guarantee when making a bank transfer - if you find a better rate within two hours, Flywire will match it
  • Track your payment in real-time and receive email and text alerts each step of the way, including a confirmation your payment has been securely delivered to the University
  • 24/7 multilingual support via phone, email or live chat

Pay your fees using Flywire

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Pay by phone

Make a card payment via our secure phone line, by calling Payzone on +44(0)300 023 0503.

Pay in person

You can also make card or cash payments in person at the Payzone in the Richmond Building on campus, opposite the MyBradford service desks.

Pay by Direct Debit

You can arrange to pay your tuition fees hassle-free by monthly Direct Debit. Set up your instruction now via our secure Direct Debit Gateway.

When to pay your fees