The University's online payment facility is the most secure and the fastest way of making and receiving payments.
If you are unable to make an online payment to the University, Western Union is the next best option.
We do not advise making a payment by bank transfer. This is because:
The University is unable to accept payments made by cash or cheque.
If you would like to talk us about your payment options, please contact our International Enquiries team, we will be happy to help.
T: +44 (0) 1642 738900
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If you are funding your own study, you must pay a deposit before you get a CAS, Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies, which you need to apply for a Student Visa. We will let you know how much you need to pay as a deposit in your conditional offer. If you are refused a visa, your deposit will be refunded.
Please note that paying a deposit does not secure you a place at the University.
Before we can give you a CAS, Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies, we must have confirmation from your sponsor that they will pay your fees. We only accept letters from approved sponsors. You must bring your original copy of this letter with you when you enrol.
It is important to note that if your sponsor doesn't pay, you the student becomes liable for that debt.
Pay your deposit and choose 'Make a general fee payment/payment on account'.
If a Pre-Sessional English condition is included in your offer and you are due to take up a place on a Pre-Sessional English course, Teesside University requires you to pay the Pre-Sessional English course fee in full and a main course deposit to assist you in getting a visa. These payments should reach the University at least three weeks prior to the start date of the Pre-Sessional English course to allow sufficient time for your updated offer letter to be issued and your visa application processed.
You can only request University accommodation if you have received an Unconditional Firm or Conditional Firm Offer from Teesside University for the upcoming academic year.
Make an accommodation deposit
We do understand that applicants may have some concerns regarding payment of deposits should you be unable to join us as planned in September 2020 due to COVID 19. We would like to reassure you that should you be unable to join us on campus due to travel restrictions in your home country we will refund the deposit paid to the University to secure your CAS.
If you are eligible for a refund (please see Fees and Charges Regulations) then please note the following:
We therefore ask that all payments are made online.
More information on refunds
Please see our fees section for more information on payment terms and discounts.