Finance Collections/Credit Control
How to make a Payment

Payments can be made by either:

Student Sponsor Payment Methods

  • ‌Cash payments can be taken up to a maximum of £60 at the Student Services Desk located in the Fraser Building
  • Debit/Credit Card
    • Online via MyCampus

When making payment online, please ensure you select the charge you wish to pay. Failure to do this may result in the charge you intend to pay not being cleared and may allocate to a different charge which cannot be reversed once processed. If you chose “Additional Payments” this will allocate under the system priorities. Payments may not allocate to the outstanding charges, which would prompt a Reminder Notification to be issued to your account.  To ensure no undue notifications are received please ensure you select which charge you wish to pay. Please see example below of selecting which charge to pay.

Make A Payment

 

    • Telephone Accounts Receivable 0141 330 2801

BACS/International Bank Transfer

Student/Sponsor Banking Details
Bank Name HSBC BANK PLC
Bank Address 2 Buchanan St, Glasgow, G1 3LB
Account Name University of Glasgow Tution Fee Income
Sort Code 40-22-47
Account Number 81656929
Swift Code HBUKGB4B
IBAN  GB72HBUKGB4B40224781656929

Cheque Payments can be posted to our office at:

University of Glasgow
Finance Office (Tay House)
University Avenue
Glasgow
G12 8QQ

If payment is to be processed via bank transfer or cheque can you please ensure either the Student ID or Invoice number is used as a reference to allow swift allocation of funds.


Commercial Payment Methods

  • Credit/Debit card payment telephone 0141 330 2230/3936 or fax complete

BACS/International Bank Transfer

See details as per invoice received from the University of Glasgow

Cheque Payments can be posted to our office at the address below:

University of Glasgow
Finance Office (Tay House)
University Avenue
Glasgow
G12 8QQ

If payment is to be processed via bank transfer or cheque can you please ensure either the Student ID or Invoice number is used as a reference to allow swift allocation of funds.