The decision to study at University is a financial investment, so it is vital that you check what funding is available and apply for it as soon as you can. There are consequences of late payment of fees so we recommend that you sort out your finances before you even start with us.
Payment due date
Monday 25 September 2023
|Monday 15 January 2024
There are a number of different ways to pay. Please read the information below carefully to find the service that is right for you.
In accordance with the UK Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act, the university is unable to accept payments originating from sanctioned countries (Iran, North Korea, Cuba and the Crimea, Luhansk and Donetsk Provinces of Ukraine, Syria, Afghanistan, Venezuela, Russia and Belarus). Please do not attempt to make a payment from a sanctioned country using the Convera platform or any other MDX online services; instead, please contact UniHelp for guidance.
International and EU/UK students can now pay their tuition fees using our payment platform, powered by our partner Convera. This allows you or your parents, to pay your fees in the currency of your choice, giving you a simple, quick and secure way to initiate the payment.
You should be aware that this is the only and approved method for students to carry out a bank transfer.
You can pay your fees using our payments platform powered by our partner Convera. This allows you, your parents or Sponsors to pay GBP student fees in the currency of your choice and provide you with a simple and secure way to initiate a payment.
Once payment has been sent through to the nominated bank of Convera, we will be advised and the payment will be applied to your student account.
You can track your payment every step of the way.
If you're paying a Tuition Fee Deposit, this should update onto your account within 3 to 5 working days.
If you have any queries, please Contact Convera Student Support or call (+ 44) 01733 871871.
Watch this video to learn how you can pay your student tuition and other fees for Students direct from your mobile phone in your local currency. Pay online, by bank transfer or by credit card and track your payment every step of the way.
We have developed this service with Convera to enable International students to pay their fees by bank transfer.
The benefits of the Convera service is that it will enable you to see the exact cost of your payment in your local currency, and the quote given will be honoured for a period of 72 hours.
In addition, this method of payment is easier and cheaper than ordering a bankers draft from your bank. The payment will also reach Middlesex University more quickly. Middlesex University no longer accepts bankers drafts as a method of payment.
We would advise that you contact Convera Student Support by calling 01733 871 871.
If you use your bank to make the payment directly to Middlesex University, your bank is likely to send an International payment without you knowing what the rate of exchange is. This may not only cost you more, but is also likely to result in unforeseen additional bank charges.
By using Global Pay for students, you are assured of a guaranteed rate of exchange you can access before you make your payment. This will be fixed for 72 hours. You can also be sure that Middlesex University will receive your tuition fees in full.
No, if you select to pay via card, e-wallet (such as Alipay, WeChatPay) or through your online banking, then you will not need to provide any bank details.
If you select to pay by bank transfer then you only need the local bank details that will be provided to you on the PDF quote through the Convera service.
Convera hold the Bank details for Middlesex University and payments will be allocated accordingly using individual student ID numbers.
It is imperative that you send your fee amount to the Convera bank account details that are provided to you, in the currency stated on the payment instructions.
Make sure that your bank quotes the reference number you have been given in the PDF. This ensures your tuition fee is easily identifiable by Middlesex University and that the application of the payment to your student account does not incur any delay.
This service can be used by any category of student e.g. International or EU/UK.
You can pay for Tuition, Accommodation or Pre-sessional using this service.
At Middlesex University, we strive to provide flexible payment options for all our students. However, we understand that external factors such as international sanctions may sometimes pose challenges to certain students who wish to pay via Convera. Therefore, we remind affected students that they can still pay their tuition fees using a debit or credit card via our convenient and secure applicant portal or automated telephone payment service line: +44(0) 208 411 6400.
We offers a wide range of Indian Rupee (INR) payment options available through our International payment platform.
This fast and reliable service allows you, your parents, or your Sponsors to pay in Indian rupees by bank transfer, through online banking, telephone banking, at your local bank or at a participating retail agent location without incurring transaction charges. Gain peace of mind that your payment will arrive in full with our preferred payment service today.
Please note that due to COVID-19 some agent locations will be closed, so please check with your branch for opening hours.
Please note for all payment options you will be asked to provide/upload additional documentation including proof of identity, proof of address and your University admission letter.
Once payment has been made you will be able to “Track your payment” status by entering your payment reference number.
If you have any queries regarding the platform, please contact Convera Student Support or call 01733 871871.
We have a wide range of payment options available through our International payment platform.
This fast and reliable service allows you, your parents, or Sponsors to pay by Bank transfer or via online e wallet options such as Alipay and WeChat pay without incurring transaction charges. Gain peace of mind that your payment will arrive in full with our preferred payment service today.
If you have any questions regarding the Platform, you can visit our FAQ page or please contact Convera Student Support or call +44 (01733) 871 871.
Once logged in, select the Administration and Finances tab followed by My Fees and Finances Portal.
If you are unable to pay online, you can pay by telephone using our Automated Telephone Payment Service which is available 24/7/365 by calling +44 (0)20 8411 6400 and select option 1.
You can only pay by telephone for current or future year charges.
For prior year charges, please use the Bank transfer facility as provided by Convera.
If your financial circumstances change and you are unable to meet your payment deadline, please contact our Student Welfare Advice Team at the earliest opportunity. They can give support and advice on, for example, sources of funding available.
We will assist where we can, however the quality of teaching is dependent upon funding and this is why the University must act to recover all outstanding debts.
Please note that documentary evidence to support your request will be required before it can be considered. Please have this information to hand when contacting us.
If you fail to pay your tuition fees or provide confirmation of sponsorship, you will be deregistered (e.g. you will be withdrawn from the university) at the end of learning week four and the option to pay via an instalment plan will no longer be available.
Failing to pay the second or any subsequent payment instalments by your due date, will also result in deregistration.
If you have been deregistered, you must pay the annual tuition fee in full plus a late payment charge of £200 in order to be re-instated. You will also not be permitted to re-enrol until your tuition fees have been paid.
If you are withdrawn from your course due to non-payment of fees, the University is obliged to inform the UKVI to action Withdrawal of Tier 4 sponsorship.
Restrictions will be applied to your account automatically if you have any non-tuition fee debts.
The Regional Award, allocated by our regional offices, grants you a tuition fee discount that is deducted from your second instalment payment.
They are awarded on a case-by-case basis at the point of offer and if you're eligible, you will be informed in your offer letter.
If you are in receipt of a Regional Award, once you have enrolled, and paid a minimum of 50% of your tuition fee, we endeavour to process all Regional Awards by the end of learning week 3. If it has not been applied by then, please contact our team.
If an employer or organisation is paying your tuition fees, you will need to provide evidence of this in writing in line with the payment deadlines.
Please submit the following information on a purchase order or letter on official letter-headed paper to the Student Fees and Finance team via UniHelp.
We do not accept sponsor letters from UK public sector organisations without a valid Purchase Order number quoted
We reserve the right to reject sponsorship purchase orders or letters if they are not original documents, do not contain the correct information, or if they are found not to be issued by a recognisable third party organisation.
All invoices issued by Middlesex University must be settled in full within 30 days. If invoices are not paid in accordance with these terms the debt will revert to you, the student.
Please note that if your fees are being paid by a relative, friend or a government funding body (e.g. Student Finance England), this is not considered as a formal sponsorship by the University. In this instance, you will be regarded as self-financing.
If you would like to explore alternative funding options, please visit our International finance page.
An instalment plan gives you the opportunity to spread the cost of your tuition fees in instalments instead of paying your fees in full by the payment deadline.
If you are self-financing student with annual tuition fees greater than £1,500 and are unable to pay the full tuition fee at the start of the year, then the following instalment plans are available to you:
|50% of gross tuition fee
|25 September 2023
|8 January 2024
|15 January 2024
|8 April 2024
In order for the instalment plan to be applied on your account, please pay the first instalment of the plan you would like to take. We will then administer your payment plan on your account.
You will need to take note of future instalment plan dates to ensure that payments are received by the University on time.
Amount payable by student