Paying your fees

Once you have been admitted on to one of our courses and completed the registration process, you will receive an invoice from Saïd Business School confirming your fees, and the due date by which you need to make payment through one of the methods listed below. You will be asked to quote your invoice number so that the payment can be correctly allocated without delay.

If your fees are paid by a financial sponsor, please send their full details to the School’s Accounts Receivable team, so that the invoice can be issued directly to your sponsors. 

Overseas payments

Saïd Business School now accepts payment via Flywire a third-party international money transfer platform with the aim of making payments easier for our students.

Flywire offers several facilities:

  • Convenient payment options from over 240 countries and territories, in more than 150 currencies.
  •  Supports a variety of local payment methods including bank transfers, credit cards, e-wallets and more.
  • Provides real-time payment tracking through email, in-app and text alerts.
  • 24x7 multilingual support via email, phone or live chat.
  • Internal controls ensure that funds are secure and protected against fraud.



Card payments

Payments by Credit or Debit card using Mastercard, Visa, Maestro, JCB, China UnionPay or American Express cards can be made using our Payment Gateway where you will be asked to input your invoice number for verification and allocation purposes.*

*Please note, your invoice will not appear on the portal for selection until 2 working days after the date it was raised.


Payment by bank transfer

Once you have been accepted onto one of our programmes, you can find details of our bank account and where to send the remittance at the bottom of your fee invoice

Please quote the invoice number when you make payment so that the cash can be allocated correctly.


Please note that bank transfers may take up to ten days to be reflected on your account, which is why we recommend that you use one of the alternative payment methods listed on this page.

Cash payments

We do not accept cash payments for any of our programmes, under any circumstances.

Scholarships and funding

There are several different scholarship opportunities available on our degree and diploma programmes. Additionally, there are other, external funding opportunities such as scholarships, grants and loans available. 

Detail on scholarships and other funding options can be found on our scholarships and funding page.