Where should I make my payment?

Our alumni now have three different repayment options. These are all neatly outlined for you in your monthly loan statement, including the bank accounts to pay in to and any transfer codes that you'll need to make the payment. The bank details on your statement are specific to your loan and the investors who helped fund your education.

Please only use the details provided to you on your statement, otherwise we won't be able to credit the payment to your account. As a refresher, here are your top three ways to make payments:

1. Flywire: Click on the URL in your statement - we've customised it to send you to the correct payment portal for your loan. You can access the payment portal from anywhere in the world, with any device that has an internet browser (plus an internet connection, of course). Once you are on the Flywire payment portal, select the option that corresponds to the currency of your loan. From most countries you'll be able to pay in local currency and Flywire will take care of the currency conversion (they'll also handle any regulatory requirements for the transfer). Using flywire, you'll be able to pay using direct bank transfer, Master or Visa Credit or Debit cards or with country-specific local payment services. If you have questions about the payment options for your country, please get in touch with Flywire using the details on their site.

2. Direct bank transfer: If you'd like to pay directly from your own bank, first convert your payment into the currency of your loan and then make the transfer. We'll only be able to accept direct payments in the currency of your loan. To find the bank details where the funds should be sent, have a look on your monthly loan statement. Please be sure to follow any specific routing instructions shown in your statement.

3. International payment vendors: You can also make use of international payment facilitators like Worldpay, Transferwise, CurrencyFair and more. There are many to choose from, so be sure to check that yours allows transfers into the UK, where our bank accounts are held.

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