Choose how to make your payment
Current Students Online payments
Pay online in e-Vision (UEA login required)
Non-Students Online payments
If you wish to pay on behalf of a current or ex UEA student for any outstanding balance which they have on tuition or accommodation fees, please use the open pathway payment platform. Please go to https://epay.uea.ac.uk/open
The student number and DOB for whom the payment is being made will be required for a successful payment to be made. You will not be able to access the payment page without this information.
Any payments made through the open pathway payment method could take up to 48 hours to be reflected.
If you have an outstanding invoice amount which you wish to pay to the UEA, please go to the open payment pathway. Please go to https://epay.uea.ac.uk/invoice
Both the student / account number and the invoice number for whom the payment is being made will be required for a successful payment to be accepted. You will not be able to access the payment page without this information.
Any payments made through the open pathway payment method could take up to 48 hours to be reflected.
Instalment Payment Options
You have two instalment options:
9 instalments by direct debit, but for this you will need a UK bank account; or,
3 instalments which can be paid either by direct debit or through one of our other payment options
Either of these payment plans must be agreed by the student with the finance office at the beginning of the academic year by completing task 7 of the online registration in e-Vision
Three equal instalments
This means that the amount is split into 3 equal instalments and does not reflect any period of time.
For students starting in September you will pay on or before the 20 October, 20 January and 20 May.
For Post Graduates starting in January you will pay by 20 February, 20 June and 20 October.
For Post Graduates starting in April you will pay by 20 May, 20 September and 20 January.
For Post Graduates starting in July you will pay by 20 August, 20 December and 20 April.
If you choose to pay by Direct Debit from a UK bank account:
For Students staring in September instalments will be collected from your bank account on 3 November, 3 February and 3 May.
For Post Graduates starting in January payments will be collected on 3 March, 3 June and 3 October.
For Post Graduates starting in April instalments will be collected on 3 June, 3 September and 3 January.
For Post Graduates starting in July instalments will be collected on 3 September, 3 December, and 3 April.
Nine instalments by Direct Debit
Instalments will be payable in monthly payments collected by direct debit from a UK bank account (If you do not have a UK bank account you must choose to pay in full or 3 equal instalments).
This will be your total invoice amount split into 9 equal instalments and does not represent a monthly charge.
For students starting in September your charges will be split into 9 equal instalments from October to June on the 3rd of each month and will be collected from your UK bank account.
For students starting in January your charges will be split into 9 equal instalments from March to November on the 3rd of each month and will be collected from your UK bank account..
For Post Graduates starting in April your charges will be split into 9 equal instalments from June to February on the 3rd of each month and will be collected from your UK bank account.
For Post Graduates starting in July your charges will be split into 9 equal instalments from September to May on the 3rd of each month and will be collected from your UK bank account.
Payment method change
Please note that a charge of £10.00 is payable if you change the method of payment after invoices have been issued.
Details of how to set up an instalment arrangement will be available to you when you complete the on-line registration process.
In order to manage your University account effectively and avoid missing payment deadlines, you should:-
Check your emails regularly
Check your account details on e-Vision
Check your bank account statements regularly to make sure that the correct amount of money (whether a direct debit instalment or other payment) has been debited from your account by the due date
Contact the Finance Team immediately about any discrepancies or inaccuracies.
Student Finance Tuition Fee Task
If you have applied to Student Finance for a Tuition Fee loan and it has been confirmed to the University Undergraduates and PGCE students will not be required to complete the task as their loans will be paid direct to the University. Postgraduate students will need to select 3 equal instalments as their loans are paid direct to them.
Please note that all 5th year undergraduate Medical students are NOT supported by the Student Loan Company but will be eligible to be sponsored by the NHS Student bursary, you will be invoiced personally if you have not sent or brought a copy of your assessment letter to the Finance Enquiry Office in the Registry.
All International students who are sponsored by their Government or Home University will not be required to complete the Tuition Fee task but the Finance Enquiry Office would like a copy of your award letter.
Further information on funding options is available.
Other ways to pay
Payments can be made by Credit/Debit card by telephoning one of the following numbers 01603 592683 or 01603 593695. The cardholder must phone in person and provide the following details – card type, name of cardholder, card number, expiry date and CVC (last three digits above signature on back of card). Payments can be made between 10.00 and 16.00 (UK time)
UEA does not accept payment by American Express
We cannot accept payment information / card details by email
If you are calling from outside the UK, you will need to pay the cost of an international phone call
UEA has partnered with Flywire to provide you with an easy and secure method of sending international fee payments.
Payment methods on uea.flywire.com include China UnionPay, Amex and alipay.com.
Visit uea.flywire.com and choose your country and amounts you are paying in GBP
Choose your payment method and make a payment to Flywire
Enter your details and those of the student you are paying for
Track and confirm your payment by email, SMS or logging into uea.flywire.com
Flywire allows you to:
Pay by Bank Transfer, Credit / Debit Card or e-wallet solutions including China UnionPay, alipay.com and Visa / Mastercard
Track your payment from start to finish
Save on bank fees and exchange rates
Feel safe, with 24/7 multilingual customer support
Cheques should be made payable to 'University of East Anglia' and should be drawn in pounds sterling on a clearing bank which has a branch in the United Kingdom. Cheques should be sent to:
University of East Anglia,
Norwich Research Park,
HOLD OPEN YOUR PLACE, SECURE ACCOMMODATION AND OBTAIN A VISA
Postgraduate applicants only
In order to secure a place on your chosen course (subject to meeting the conditions of any offer made), we require all overseas Postgraduate Masters and Postgraduate Research applicants to pay a £2,000 deposit. The deadlines for receipt of International Deposits are:
- Postgraduate Taught Masters (September start) - 31 July
- Postgraduate Taught Masters (January / February start ) - 27 November
- Postgraduate Research - 3 months prior to the start of the course
If we receive your deposit after the deadline, we are unable to guarantee your place on your course.
Students receiving a scholarship that covers their full tuition fees may have the deposit waived, if they provide the Admissions Office with a copy of their scholarship award. Students studying at INTO UEA may also have their deposit waived.
What your deposit covers
Payment of the deposit will:
- Hold open your place on the course, subject to fulfilling any conditions of your offer, at which point a place to study on your chosen programme will be allocated.
- Secure a place in UEA accommodation for eligible applicants, subject to the terms and conditions outlined by the Accommodation Office, including completion of the Accommodation Preference Form by the 31st July.
- Secure your CAS to enable you to apply for your student visa. Follow the guidance on our Applying for Your Student Visa pages and/or the advice of your local UEA representative/agent wherever possible (see specific country pages on this site to see our approved representatives/agents). Your CAS will not be issued until your deposit is received and all the conditions of your offer have been met.
Pre-payment towards tuition fees and accommodation
You may pay more than the required deposit if you wish. However, the UK Visa & Immigration Service limits the amount that can be shown on your CAS to the full tuition fees and £1,020 towards accommodation. Therefore we recommend that you do not pay more than this amount in advance. These pre-payments will be listed on your CAS and deducted from the amount you will need to show to gain your visa.
Things to be aware of
- Deposit payment/waiver must be received before a CAS will be issued. CAS's will usually not be sent until 3 months before the course start date.
- The deposit amount received will be listed in the CAS, reducing the amount of funds needed in the visa application process
- All overseas students are required to pay the £2,000 deposit unless the Admissions office agree to waive it. A waiver may be granted to either students providing evidence of a full fees scholarship, or those studying at INTO UEA.
- The deposit will be offset against the first tuition fee instalment which is issued by UEA after you register on your course.
Deposit Refund Policy
Our refunds policy is set out below.
- Appeals for a refund should be submitted to the Admissions Office.
- The deposit paid will be reimbursed in full if evidence of a visa rejection is received and verified from the relevant UK Visa office. Refunds will not be given however if the visa rejection is due to failure to follow UK Visa & Immigration Service guidance or submission of fraudulent documents.
- Refunds will also be made to conditional offer-holders who fail to meet the conditions of their offer.
- Any offer-holder who wishes to defer their place to the following year will have any deposit deferred as well, the deposit will not be refunded
- Offer holders for academic year 2020/21, who are unable to attend the course due to the impact of COVID-19 may wish to defer their place with the deposit, or apply for a refund outlining why the COVID-19 pandemic has affected their situation. The Admissions Service will assess each case on an individual basis.
- Offer holders who change their minds and decide not to take up their place will not be entitled to a deposit refund.
- Refunds will only be made to the individual or organisation who originally paid the deposit. If a third party has paid the deposit on behalf of the applicant we are unable to refund the deposit directly to the applicant.
- Refunds will be made as quickly as possible. Exact times may vary depending on the reason for the requested refund and the method by which original payment was made.
- To conform with UK Money Laundering Legislation, strict guidelines exist with regard to refunding payments made, in particular if those payments are made in cash. If we are unable to satisfactorily verify the source of the funds or the credentials of the payer, UEA may be unable to repay the funds. You are therefore strongly recommended to make payments by bank transfer or payment card or by Flywire if paying in foreign currencies.
- As part of the Money Laundering Legislation, refunds can only be made to the account from which the payment was made originally. Proof of payment such as a receipt or a bank statement showing payment from that account must be produced. We will also need the bank's SWIFT or BIC code in order to make a refund. Failure to do so will delay the refund severely or prevent it altogether.
- Please note that refund requests will only be authorised within 3 years of the deposit payment date.