If you would like to pay your tuition fees in instalments you will be required to set up a Direct Debit agreement with the University. This can be set up by you, a parent, guardian, relative or friend but they must have a UK bank account. Most UK current accounts at banks and building societies will accept a Direct Debit Instruction but it is the account holder's responsibility to check this with their bank or building society.
What is a Direct Debit?
A Direct Debit is an instruction from you to your bank/building society to authorise Queen’s University to collect tuition fee payments from your bank account. Direct Debit safeguards and guarantees mean that no changes in the amount, date or frequency to be debited can be made without notifying you at least 10 working days in advance of your account being debited. In the event of any error, you are entitled to an immediate refund from your bank or building society. You have the right to cancel a Direct Debit Instruction at any time simply by writing to your bank or building society with a copy to us.
Setting up a Direct Debit
Online Direct Debit Set-up
The online process for setting up a Direct Debit Instruction is available by clicking Online Direct Debit Instruction
In order to set up your online Direct Debit Instruction you will need to provide the following information: Bank or building society name, account number and sort code (your cheque book contains all the bank details that you require).
The account holder must complete the online Direct Debit Instruction. The online Direct Debit instruction cannot be used it is a business account or more than one person is required to authorise debits on this account. A paper Direct Debit Instruction will need to be completed in these circumstances.
If you online direct debit application fails you must complete a paper Direct Debit Instruction available below.
Paper Direct Debit Instruction
The paper Direct Debit Instruction is available by downloading Direct Debit Instruction.
Please fill in the Student Number in the field entitled Reference.
If the account holder signing up to pay by direct debit is not the student, they must submit a copy of a form of ID with the account holders address. This must be sent with the paper Direct Debit Instruction to allow verification of identity. Failure to provide this will mean your paper Direct Debit Instruction cannot be validated or collected.
Please return the completed instruction (and ID if applicable) by post to the Student Finance Office, Student Guidance Centre, University Road, Belfast BT7 1NN.
25% Deposit Due at Enrolment
To be eligible to avail of the Direct Debit instalment plan you must first pay 25% of your tuition fees either by Card payment (Online via Qsis) or by online Bank transfer, cards and alternative payment methods (Flywire) above.
These payment methods can also be accessed via the E&R Portal when completing your financial registration.
The remaining 75% balance will be collected directly from your bank account by Direct Debit on the instalment dates below.
Details of your Direct Debit Instruction detailing payment dates and amounts will be sent to you no later than 10 working days before the first collection date.
25% Payment at Registration (paid in advance of setting up the Direct Debit Instruction)
25% 30 November 2020
25% 31 January 2021
25% 31 March 2021
If you have any queries or probelms setting up your direct debit instruction please email email@example.com or telephone 02890 972847