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Other Payment Methods

The University offers the following methods of payment for Warwick IFP students for their deposits and full tuition fee payments. All payments must be made in British pounds Sterling (GBP) The preferred method of payment is by using our online Warwick IFP Payment System.

You can also pay by Bank Transfer or Bankers Draft, although these methods are significantly longer than online payment and may add up to ten business days to your processing time.

Payment of course fees and Academic Deposits are subject to our Terms and Conditions.

Bank transfer

To pay by bank transfer directly into the University bank account, you should make your payment to the following bank account:

Barclays Bank
Po Box 2, 25 High Street, Coventry, CV1 5QZ, UK

Account name: University of Warwick
Account code: 80113700
Sort code: 20-23-55
Swift code: BARCGB22
IBAN REF: GB15BARC20235580113700

Bank transfers take at least 10 working days to reach the University account. Please ensure that you leave enough time for the payment to clear so that a receipt can be issued prior to your visa appointment.

You should include your name and your Warwick student number within the text box on the bank transfer form so that we can identify your payment.

Your University of Warwick Student number is always shown at the top of all your Warwick IFP letters. Please send a scanned copy (by email) of the bank transfer receipt, with your University of Warwick Student number clearly shown to ifp at warwick dot ac dot uk

Please note that any bank charges incurred by the University in respect of your transfer will be added to your account with the University.

Banker’s Draft

If you opt to make your payments by banker’s draft, this must be in British pounds and must be made payable to University of Warwick. All banker’s drafts must be drawn on a recognised UK bank or they will not be accepted. In all cases you must write your full name and your University of Warwick student number on the back of the payment. Unfortunately the University of Warwick cannot accept banker’s drafts for amounts in excess of the required fee.