Payment in Instalments

Recurring card payment is an easy way to pay your tuition fee in three equal instalments. It can be set up on-line here https://payments.edgehill.ac.uk/paytuition. This method of payment benefits both you and the University. It keeps administrative costs down and there is no extra charge for paying by instalments.

Payment of full and part-time tuition fees can be made using the University’s recurring card payment scheme.


What are the advantages of recurring card payment?

  • Helps you budget
  • No queuing necessary to pay tuition fees
  • No worries about paying on time providing there are sufficient funds available in your account on the due date.

In setting up the payment scheme you are giving the University authority to collect an agreed payment direct from your bank/building society account. There must be enough money in your account to meet the payment at the time it is collected, otherwise your bank may make a charge to your account.  Should your payment fail the University will contact you by email and attempt to debit your account again 5 days later.

Can I cancel a recurring card payment?

You must contact us directly to cancel any payment scheme you have set up but we will look to secure an alternative payment arrangement with you.  If you are having financial difficulties, please also let us know. If you cancel your arrangement without notifying us and fail to make payment your programme registration may be reviewed.If you have withdrawn/intercalated from your programme you must contact the Finance Office to cancel your payment arrangement to prevent further payments from being debited.

What happens if a mistake is made?

If Edge Hill University makes an error and your account is in credit we will make immediate arrangements to reimburse you

How long is my recurring card payment for?

Your payment scheme will last for your academic year.  Once your confirmed payment plan dates have passed the scheme will close, your account details securely destroyed and no further payments will be collected.  If for any reason all collections have not been made you can expect to hear from a member of the Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries Team.

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