University of Exeter E Pay
University of Exeter E Pay, How to Pay
You may use any of the following methods to pay your fees.
Credit or debit card – Online
Via our website at: www.epay.ex.ac.uk/epay/ to pay by credit or debit card
(Please note: Minimum payment value via epay is £5.00)
- For online payment queries please call 0300 555 0444 (UK callers) or +44 (0)1392 724724 (International callers)
- Payments made online are confirmed via an automated email message.
- If your “session times out” please do not try and process your payment again. Receipt of payment will be sent by email, please wait 24 hours and if you have not received confirmation please log a SID enquiry here.
- Please note the University the Exeter does not accept American Express or Diners’ Cards.
- There is no charge for using a credit or debit card (UK or Non-UK).
- Penryn Campus Accommodation – Please do not pay via ‘Epay’. All Penryn campus accommodation charges should be paid online or by contacting the accommodation office email@example.com
- Please note that due to the requirement to adhere to current security standards epay is no longer supported on the Windows Vista and Windows XP operating systems.
- View the University of Exeter’s Bank Transfer details
- A University of Exeter IT account will be required to view the bank details
- It is essential that your student ID number and student name are quoted as a reference when making your transfer and on all documentation.
- Please note sometimes your bank or the bank you transfer monies into may add a commission charge.
- All payments made to the University in respect of student fees, fines, and other charges must be made in Great British Pounds Sterling, so we recommend that you have sufficient funds in a UK bank account before you start your course. Any currency conversion costs or other charges incurred in making a payment shall be borne by the Student or the third party making or receiving the payment, and shall not be deductible from the amounts due to the University.
- We do not currently have the facility to enable you to pay by direct debit from your bank.
- None of the online payment methods can be deemed 100% secure due to the security weaknesses inherent in the global IT networks. You should be advised that if you use these methods, you do so at your own risk, so please take care to protect your financial information.