Credit and debit cards can be used to make online Tuition Fee and Accommodation Fee payments to the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD)


(All major credit cards are accepted except American Express and Diners Club)

Find out more

Use the sections below to find further information.

Tuition Fee Loans

Undergraduates & PGCE Students

Funding is available through Student Finance in the form of a Tuition Fee Loan.

If you are having a Tuition Fee Loan, it will be paid directly to University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

When completing your Student Finance application, please ensure that you select:

  • UCAS institution code: T80
  • University name: University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

If you have any queries regarding the payment of fees, please contact the Finance Department at

Postgraduate Students only

Post Graduate Funding is available through Student Finance in the form of a Tuition Fee Loan.

Unlike an undergraduate loan, a postgraduate loan is paid directly to you, so you are required to arrange payment of tuition fees to UWTSD in accordance with our payment terms.

To make payment of your Tuition Fees please pay in full in Term 1 or by instalments (see instalments section for further details)

For further information please visit -

Tuition Fees - Contribution by a sponsor

If your employer or charity organisation is contributing towards your course fee, please download the Sponsor Form (Welsh Version/Fersiwn Cymraeg - Ffurflen Noddwyr).

On receipt of the Sponsor Form, we will charge your sponsor for their contribution of your course fee.

Please note we will require a new form completed at registration each year, (if funding has been agreed by your sponsor for that given academic year). 

Students are responsible for paying all fees incurred whilst studying at the University on a timely basis. Where a sponsor has agreed to pay on behalf of a student, the student remains responsible for the debt until it has been discharged.

Tuition and Accommodation Fees - Methods of payment

Payment can be made in any one of the two following ways for:

  • Tuition fees without a Student Loan
  • Accommodation fees

By using the following link: once you have received your Invoice into your student e-mail address. 

Immediate payment

Fees can be paid immediately, in full, by credit/debit card. The payment will be processed straight away, and the full fees will be collected immediately.

Recurring card payment

Fees can be scheduled for payment on agreed dates (see details below). Please note setting up a recurring card payment will ensure all payments due for the current academic year will be made automatically. You don’t need to do anything further (for this year) unless we contact you to say otherwise.

If the dates given on screen do not match the date you receive your student finance please contact to discuss

You will need the following information to pay by any of the methods described above:

  • University of Wales Trinity Saint David Student number
  • Student’s date of birth
  • Credit/Debit card details
International students

Please visit Overseas Student Fees.

If you are an International distance learner, please contact us at for your payment options.

What Happens if I Don't Pay?

Tuition Fees

Students are required to confirm as part of the enrolment process that they accept responsibility for the payment of tuition and any accommodation, or other charges that they may incur while studying at the University. If a student fails to pay tuition fees when they become due and fails to make satisfactory arrangements for discharging any outstanding debt, the University reserves the right to commence legal proceedings to recover the debt. Students that have outstanding tuition fee debts are not entitled to progress to the next year of studies, to be awarded or to graduate.

Accommodation Fees

Returning students may apply for accommodation but will not be allocated rooms unless accommodation fees to the University are paid in full for previous Licence Agreements.

Tuition Fees - Payment by Instalments

Tuition fees can be scheduled for future payment in one, two or three instalments, depending on value.

You will need to wait for your invoice before you can pay.

On your invoice will be the following link to make payment:

The timing of the instalments will be as follows:

Fees of up to £250 
- are payable in 1 instalment at the start of the first term

Fees of £251 to £1000
- are payable in 2 equal instalments at the start of the first and second terms

Fees of £1001 or more
- are payable in 3 instalments (34%/33%/33%) at the start of each term

The installment dates available via the online link should display as a date after you receive your loan to enable you to have the funds to make payment.  If there are any problems with this, please contact us at

Accommodation Fees - Payment by Instalments


Accommodation fees can be scheduled for future payment in one or three instalments.

You will need to wait for your invoice before you can pay.

On your invoice will be the following link to make payment:

The timing of the instalments will be as follows:

  • One instalment in full at the start of the first term
  • Three instalments, one at the start of each term

The fee due and relevant instalment amounts can be found on the Student Accommodation Contract issued by the Accommodation Office or at Student Accommodation.

Terms and Conditions

By submitting a payment through the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (“the University”) online-payments site you are agreeing to these terms and conditions. If you do not accept these terms, please do not proceed with the submission of your payment and contact the University’s Finance Office (details beneath).

It is the responsibility of the Student to ensure that the University's Tuition Fees in respect of the Programme are paid at the beginning of each Academic or Calendar Year of study or as directed by the University’s finance office.

The fees owed must be paid prior to or at registration (enrolment) whether directly by the Student or on the Student's behalf by a third party (such as a relative, employer or other sponsor).

The payment of any sums intended to be in respect of Tuition Fees by or on behalf of the Student does not in itself indicate the existence of a contract between the University and the Student.

Please note that for security and fraud prevention the University uses third party processors (WPM Education) to process all payment transactions.

Our Privacy Notice regarding uses of your data is available in our Student Privacy Statement.

The University may update these terms from time to time and any changes will be effective immediately on being set out here. Please ensure you are aware of the current terms.

About us

Our contact details are:


University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Finance Office
College Road
SA31 3EP


If you have any queries relating to your use of this online payment system, please contact us (see details above).

It is your responsibility to ensure that your details are correct.  The University accepts no liability for any payments that are misallocated where you have provided incorrect information.

It is your responsibility to check that payment has been made and allocated correctly.  Please notify us immediately of any errors and we will endeavour to assist.  Payments usually clear into our account in 2 to 3 working days.

All payments made through this online payment facility must be made in Pounds Sterling (£GBP).  You are responsible for the payment of any currency conversion costs or other charges incurred in making the payment or in processing a refund.

The University cannot accept any liability if payment is refused or declined by your debit/credit card supplier for whatever reason.

Once a transaction has been completed, the payment may not be cancelled.  In certain circumstances, you may be entitled to a refund in accordance with the Master Terms.


Without limitation to any matter set out in these terms and conditions of use, you must not use the payment site to:

  • commit or encourage unlawful acts or in breach of these terms of use;
  • misrepresent your identity;
  • hack, or attempt to hack, any part of the payment site or any system used to run it;
  • store personal data derived from the payment site;
  • technically harm the payment site and/or its systems (including, without limitation, computer viruses or malicious software or harmful data);
  • provide any information that is inaccurate or is in breach of any UK laws or regulations. Where information provided by you whilst using the online payment system is inaccurate or does not agree with the University records, you may not be able to make a payment using this service and you should contact the Finance Office at


  • While the University tries to ensure that the information and content on this payment site is accurate , it does not warrant that this is the case. To the fullest extent permitted by UK law, the material on this website and its online payment facility is provided “as is”, and without warranties, conditions or other terms of any kind.
  • While the University will use reasonable endeavours to ensure that the online-payments system is available and usable at all times, it does not guarantee continuous, uninterrupted or secure access to the system. While every reasonable effort has been made to ensure accessibility, the University does not guarantee that use of the online-payments system will be compatible with all hardware and software of its users. The University reserves the right to suspend or withdraw access, without notice, to either the whole or part of the payment site, for any reason.
  • Nothing on this payment site constitutes any part of a contract unless otherwise expressly stated.
  • Any links within this payment site to third party websites are not checked by the University and the University bears no responsibility for the content of external sites. If you access external sites through this payment site, you do so at your own risk.


  • To the fullest extent permitted by law, the University excludes all liability and responsibility for any amount or kind of loss or damage that may result to you or a third party in connection with the use of this payment site in any way. Nothing will limit the University’s liability for death or personal injury caused by its negligence or for fraud.
  • Every effort is made to ensure downloadable content is free from viruses. The University accepts no liability for damages resulting from virus infection

Copyright, trademarks and other intellectual property

  • Unless stated otherwise, the copyright and other intellectual property rights in all text, images and other material on this payment site are owned by the University, or its licensors.
  • The trademarks and logos used and displayed on this website are registered and unregistered trademarks of the University, or those of others. You may not use these trademarks without our prior written consent, or that of the relevant owner.

Governing law and jurisdiction

The formation, existence, construction, performance, validity and all aspects whatsoever of these terms and conditions or of any individual term or condition herein will be governed by the laws of England and Wales.  The courts of England and Wales will have non-exclusive jurisdiction to settle any disputes which may arise out of or in connection with the terms and conditions.  The parties irrevocably agree to submit to that jurisdiction.


  • These terms of use are not intended to, nor shall they confer any benefit on a third party, whether under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 or otherwise.
  • No waiver by the University of any breach of these terms by you shall be considered as a waiver of any subsequent breach of the same or of any other provision.
  • Section headings have been included for convenience only and shall not be considered part of, or be used in interpreting, these terms.
  • If, at any time, any provision of these terms is or becomes invalid or illegal in any respect, such provision shall be deemed to be severed from the terms, but the validity and enforceability of the remaining provisions shall not be affected as a result.
  • In the event that an overpayment is made against the total of Tuition Fees due, the credit balance arising will be used to offset any debt or invoice arising from accommodation, library debts or any other legitimate charge in due date order. If there is no other debt or invoice, any remaining credit balance will be refunded in accordance with the University's normal refund procedure. Refunds must be requested and supported by written authorisation from the Student.
  • The University will make any refund payable to the card account or bank account from which the original payment was received.
Online Payments Privacy Policy

In order to operate the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (“University”) online-payments system, we may collect and store personal information you submit to it via this online-payments website or give to the University in any other way.

Please read the following privacy policy to understand how the University uses and protects the information that you provide.

This online-payment system is provided and hosted by the University and its third-party suppliers. By submitting your personal information, you are consenting to the University holding and using it in accordance with this policy. The policy is subject to change and any changes to it in the future will be notified on this page.

By continuing to use this payment site you are agreeing to such changes. We recommend that you check the privacy policy each time you visit this site.


  1. Information that we collect from you and your use of this site
  2. How we use your information
  3. How we handle the data submitted by you
  4. Links to external web sites
  5. How to contact us

Information that we collect from you and your use of this site

When you visit our online payments page, you may be asked to provide certain information about yourself including your student or UCAS number, date of birth, name, contact and financial details before you are able to proceed with using the online-payment system.

Information you give us

We receive and save any information you enter on our website or give us in any other way. You provide most such information when you make a payment, or set-up a recurring card payment or direct debit mandate, or communicate with us for any other reason. This information may include your student or UCAS number, date of birth, name, contact and financial details.

You can choose not to provide information, although it may be needed to make a payment.

Automatic Information

We automatically receive and save certain types of information whenever you interact with the online-payments website. We use the information to monitor web site traffic and to assist with the navigation and user experience of the web site.

Information that we will automatically receive includes:

  • Requested URL (Uniform Resource Locator)
  • IP (Internet Protocol) address (this may or may not identify a specific computer)
  • Domain name from which you access the internet
  • Referring URL
  • Software (browser/operating system) used to access the page
  • Date and time pages were visited

When you visit some pages on the site, your computer may be issued with a small file - a “cookie”. A cookie is a piece of information in the form of a very small text file that is placed on an Internet user's hard drive. It is generated by the online-payments web server. The information the cookie contains is set by the server and it can be used by that server whenever the user visits the site. The server uses cookies to recognise your browser session if you visit multiple pages during your interaction with the online-payments system.

You can set your browser to refuse cookies or warn you before accepting them. However, the online-payments web site will not function properly without accepting cookies.

For further information about cookies, please see

How we use your information


Personal data collected as part of the payment process will be held primarily to settle your order. This data will be retained by reputable third-party banking and distribution institutions who handle our customers card transactions and order fulfilment and may be used for any of the following purposes: accounting, billing and auditing, administrative and legal purposes, security and payment verification.


We may also use and analyse the information we collect so that we can manage and improve the services on the website. Demographic and statistical information about user behaviour may be collected and used to analyse the popularity and effectiveness of the web site. Any disclosure of this information will be in aggregate form and will not identify individual users.

How we handle the data submitted by you

Data Protection Legislation

The University is your data controller. As your data controller the University has notified its activities to the Office of the Information Commissioner as required under the Data Protection Act 1998 (the “Act”) and is listed in the Public Register of Data Controllers. Personal information will only be collected and/or processed by the University in accordance with the Act.

Data Security

Please protect sensitive data at all times throughout your online transaction. Make sure that nobody can see over your shoulder when typing in personal information and close your browser when you have finished. The University and its third party suppliers have used their reasonable endeavours to ensure that access to information provided and the payments you make whilst using this site are secure. We work to protect the security of your information during transmission. The site is secured using a Thawte SSL Web Server Certificate to offer you secure communications by automatically encrypting all data when it is entered.

You should be aware that the computer that you use to attach to the online-payments system (via a web browser) must also be secure, and include the latest operating system, software and anti-virus updates. The use of a shared computer to connect to the online-payments system could increase the risk that others will see your sensitive information.

Disclosure of your information

  • Except as set out in this policy or as required by law, your personal data will not be provided to any third party without your prior written consent
  • The information you provide to us will be held on our computers in the UK. It may be accessed by or given to third parties some of whom may be located outside the European Economic Area who act for us for the purposes set out in this policy or for other purposes approved by you. Those parties process information and may provide support services to the University or on the University’s behalf.
  • Countries outside the European Economic Area do not always have strong data protection laws. However, we will always take steps to ensure that your information is used by third parties in accordance with this policy.
  • We employ other companies and individuals to perform functions on our behalf and in turn they may also use third parties for these functions. Examples include processing credit card payments and hosting the web site (“Contracted Agencies”). The Contracted Agencies have access to personal information needed to perform their functions, but may not use it for other purposes.
  • Personal information provided by you may occasionally be shared with other organisations for the prevention of fraud. Should you fail to honour a payment to the University, the University may disclose sufficient personal data to a third party to enable it to pursue and recover the debt from you. Third parties may include solicitors, agents appointed by the University (for example, debt recovery and tracing agents) and the Courts.

Monitoring Use of University Systems

In order to protect the security and working of University network and computer systems, it may be necessary to monitor or log the use of these systems. If there are indications of abuse of systems or that individuals may be using systems in excess of their authority, files, messages and any or all uses of the systems may be intercepted, monitored, recorded, copied, audited, inspected and disclosed to authorised University and law enforcement personnel.

Links to external websites

This website may contain links to other websites that are outside the University’s control and are not covered by this privacy policy. The privacy policies of these other sites may differ from this one.

How to contact us

Should the information we hold about you be incorrect, you can change and update your personal information and you can have your information corrected by contacting us.

Where requested, we will provide you with a readable copy of the personal data that we keep about you, by contacting us at the address below. We may require proof of your identity before supplying you with this information to ensure confidentiality.

We allow you to challenge the data we hold about you and where appropriate you may have the data erased, rectified, amended or completed. For complaints or queries about the privacy policy or data protection queries generally please contact:

Corporate Services
Director of Knowledge & Information
University of Wales Trinity Saint David
College Road
SA31 3EP


Contacts: UWTSD Finance Department


Carmarthen Campus
Second floor, Dewi Building, directly above Reception
Tel: 01792 481182
Opening hours
9:00 – 16:00 (Mon-Fri)