Please DO NOT pay using the details below if you are a student of HIC (Hertfordshire International College). If you are a student of HIC please click here for instructions on how to make your payment.
Pay using Convera
To pay online or securely send bank transfers from your home country in your local currency. UK students can also use this option.
Pay online using a credit or debit card
To make a payment via our payment portal use one of the following options:
You can also access your payment plans for your Accommodation and Tuition Fees here.
Bank transfer or Internet Banking payments
Payment can be made by bank transfer direct to the University's bank account.
University bank account details
Barclays Bank PLC
Bank Branch and address
St Albans City
Bank Account Number
Bank Sort Code
Bank Account Name
University of Hertfordshire
Your bank transfer must include the following information:
- Your university student number (Eight-digit reference number stated in university correspondence)
- What the payment is for (e.g., tuition fees or accommodation)
- Your full name (or Surname if there is not enough space)
Please note that you are expected to cover the costs of any charges incurred whilst making a payment to the University. Any funds outstanding due to bank charges will be payable during the registration process.
Pay in person at the Place2Pay in AskHutton Hub (College Lane Campus)
We also take payment by credit or debit card.
We do not accept Cheque payments.
We do not accept AMEX cards
From January 1st 2024 the University no longer accepts Cash as a payment method. Please use one of our preferred payment methods as listed above.
Attention, students and applicants! Your safety is our top priority, especially when it comes to handling your finances. That's why we strongly recommend using the University's approved payment methods for all your fee transactions. We have implemented rigorous guidelines and policies to ensure that your personal information and funds remain secure.
Unfortunately, the world is full of fraudsters targeting unsuspecting students and applicants. They employ various deceitful tactics related to payments, and we want you to be well-informed and protected. It is crucial that you familiarise yourself with the different types of fraud out there and take necessary precautions to safeguard your personal details. You can find some examples of money-related fraud in the following Student Fraud Guidance
Remember, when it comes to fee payments, always make them directly to the University using one of the authorised payment methods listed on our official page. Please avoid making payments through third-party platforms or individuals. Your trust and security are of utmost importance to us, and we are here to support you every step of the way.