Making a payment
Do you need to make a payment to the University? We have everything you need to know about what you can pay for, how to pay and accepted currencies.
Whether you're a student or making a payment on a student's behalf, we're here to help make it as easy as possible for you.
We've partnered with CIBC and Convera to allow you to pay in your local currency through a bank near you. We'll then receive the full GBP amount.
CIBC and Convera may not always offer the same foreign exchange rates so you should look at both and then use the one offering the best exchange rate for you.
Before progressing further, please note that payments originating in the following countries cannot be made using Convera:
- Crimea Region (Ukraine, Russia)
- North Korea
- Special Designated Nationals (SDNs)
For further information, please visit:
There is a range of payment options available depending on your home country, although bank transfers are the most widely accepted.
Mandatory admissions deposits
If you need to pay a deposit you can do so through your MyManchester account.
You can pay your fees now with a credit or debit card through your MyManchester account.
Paying on behalf of a student
If you can’t log in to MyManchester, you can pay an outstanding fee using the student’s ID number.
University of Manchester Worldwide fees
You can pay your outstanding University of Manchester Worldwide fees below:
If you would like to pay your tuition or accommodation fees in instalments you'll be required to set up a Direct Debit agreement with the University. This can be set up by you, a parent, guardian, relative or friend but must be on a UK bank account.
You can set up a Direct Debit now on your MyManchester account.
Bank transfers may take up to ten days to be reflected on your account – for this reason, we prefer that you use one of the alternative payment methods displayed on this page.
If you use our official payment providers, CIBC or Convera, you can take advantage of low foreign exchange rates only available to The University of Manchester.
If you still wish to pay by bank transfer, you can download the University's bank account details (PDF, 267KB). These bank details are confidential and must not be shared with any third party. Please take care, as money transferred directly to the University without using our official intermediaries is done so at your own risk.
When making a bank transfer, always start the payment reference with your student ID number. If you don’t include this number we won’t know whose account to credit.
The University of Manchester doesn't accept cash payment under any circumstances.
Please don't arrive at the University with large volumes of cash.
Undergraduate student finance
Find out about student finance, the cost of living and help budgeting as an undergraduate student.
Find out about funding opportunities and budgeting for a master's course.