How your fees are paid to Royal Holloway depends on who is paying them - yourself, a sponsor, or a government loan, for instance.
Get specific information for international students.
Paying your own fees
Tuition and accommodation fees can be paid online or by international bank transfer.
View your fee invoices and make payments anytime on Campus Connect.
Parents or third parties can pay fees using our EPay service.
You can pay by: Campus Connect.
Please note: we do not accept American Express and Diners cards.
International bank transfers
We offer a quick and secure way to make international bank transfers in partnership with Western Union: Make your fee payment
UK Bank transfers
When making a payment, ask your bank to quote:
- Student’s name.
- Student’s nine digit reference number.
- What the payment is for (e.g tuition instalment, full fee, accommodation)
- Make the transfer with all handling charges for the account of the payer.
Make sure your payment is processed by your bank at least five working days before it is due.
Royal Holloway bank details:
Bank name: Natwest Bank, Egham, Surrey, TW20 9EU
Sort code: 60 07 33
Account number: 02325330
Account name: RHBNC
Check your payment has been received on Campus Connect.
Cheques or banker’s draft
Cheques or banker's drafts may be sent by post (do not mail cash and/or travellers cheques). Please make cheques payable to 'Royal Holloway University of London' and send to:
Student Fees Office, Royal Holloway University of London, Egham, Surrey, TW20 0EX
Cheques must be drawn on a UK bank in GB sterling. We do not accept Eurocheques or cheques drawn on an overseas bank.
Please ensure you have written the student ID number on the reverse of the cheque and is posted at least five working days before an invoice due date.
Fees paid by a sponsor
Royal Holloway is recognised by a large number of scholarship bodies for sponsorship of students' courses. You may alternatively have acquired sponsorship through your company or another funding body.
If a third party, e.g government embassy, employer or recognised funding body (other than Student Finance England), is paying part, or all, of your fees we must see the original letter confirming the level of your support, before you start your programme.
If, at enrolment, the online information is showing the full fee is payable by you, you should still sign up online. However, you won’t be able to complete your enrolment until a formal sponsor's guarantee to make payment to Royal Holloway has been seen and recorded by us.
You can either present your sponsor letter at enrolment or email a copy of the original letter to Student Administration. An invoice will be issued to your sponsor once you are fully enrolled.
Please note that Royal Holloway does not produce sponsor invoices for accommodation fees. If a sponsor has agreed to pay the fees for your accommodation please forward a copy of the student invoice to them for payment. You can download a copy of the invoices for the current academic year from the finance tab of Campus Connect.
Fees paid by government funding
If you're an undergraduate funding your tuition fees via a loan or grant, Royal Holloway will receive payment of your fees directly from Student Finance England.
If you are using a Master’s Loan from Student Finance England to pay your fees you must ensure you advise us before you start your course.
If you are using a Doctoral Loan from Student Finance England to pay your fees you must ensure you advise us before you start your course.
Professional Career Development loan
If you have a confirmed Professional Career Development Loan to cover the payment of your tuition fees, you will need the following in order to complete enrolment:
- A copy of the final loan agreement from your bank confirming the amount you have borrowed and the amount being paid direct to Royal Holloway. You can bring your agreement form with you to enrolment or you can email a copy to Student Fees.
- An installment agreement with Royal Holloway will be completed based on the information in the loan agreement from your bank.
- If you are in employment your loan will usually cover 80% of your tuition fees. You will need to be prepared to make the payment of the 20% shortfall at enrolment.
Find out more about Professional Career Development Loans and how to apply.