If your tuition fees are not paid by a sponsor or Student Finance, you will need to pay them yourself.
Whether you are paying in full or setting up an approved payment plan either option needs to be completed within 21 days of enrolment. If you do not complete this step your right to study may be affected as outlined in the University General Regulations
Please refer to any correspondence you may have received in relation to Tuition Fees for the amount you will be expected to pay.
Sponsorship letters (from commercial bodies only, not a private individual such as a friend or relative) will be accepted providing that the correct letter structure is adhered to. The letter should:
If your sponsor requires a purchase order number or other reference number quoting on their invoice, this should also be indicated on the letter.
Please note that sponsors must pay in full within 30 days of receipt of invoice and cannot pay by instalments.
Please note that the University does not accept cash payments for tuition fees. Please choose one of the following options:
By using our payment partner system, Flywire, you will have the option of paying in GBP or your home currency. For home currency payments, simply enter the GBP value that you have been asked to pay, choose the country that you’re paying from and the system will convert this to your home currency*.
Flywire allows you to:
1. Pay in over 150 currencies
2. Track your payment from start to finish
3. Pay by credit or debit card, bank transfer or e-wallet solutions including China UnionPay and Alipay
4. Pay from any country and any bank
5. Save on bank fees and exchange rates
6. Benefit from a 24/7 dedicated multilingual customer support
You can make your payments by clicking the below pay now button.
*in most cases.
Please note: If you are being sponsored, your sponsor can also pay online. They will need your student number, and date of birth. This ensures any payment is correctly assigned to your University account.
Using our partner system, WPM, you will be able to pay your tuition securely in full using the following payment cards:
For overseas cards, you may have the option to choose payment to be paid in your home currency with DCC (Dynamic Currency Conversion). This allows you to know the exact value of the payment in your home currency at the point of sale with the exchange rate based on 3% above Reuters Wholesale Interbank Exchange Rate on the date of payment.
Using our partner system, WPM, you will be able to pay your tuition securely in instalments using the following payment cards:
You can arrange a payment plan so that you can pay in monthly instalments. The maximum number of instalments is 9 and must be consecutive starting in the month you enrol.
To set up your instalment plan, please visit our Tuition Fee Payment Service and select payment in instalments.
For queries relating to setting up a payment plan please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dynamic Currency Conversion
The University of Lincoln has partnered with FEXCO to provide an easy and secure method of setting up instalment plans in your home currency.
If you choose to pay your fees using an overseas card, your initial payment and all future payments will be processed in your home currency.
Benefits for you:
The amount quoted at the time of sale is the final amount you will be charged in your home currency
If you wish to change your currency choice for any future payments you may do so by emailing our finance team.
Blank Mandate – Only to be used if directly instructed by Finance to choose “Blank Mandate”:
Update Your Debit/Credit Card Details
For updating a debit/credit card that has expired/changed or to add a different card:
Please visit: https://pay.lincoln.ac.uk/customer-card-update
For international students at the University of Lincoln there is a range of ways to pay tuition fees. All international students are asked to pay their fees in three instalments - a deposit, fifty per cent of the fees before enrolment, and finally, the remaining balance to be paid in full. Please visit our Paying Tuition Fees page for more information.