The following information is useful if you have chosen to pay by instalments.
Exact payment dates will be provided in your individual offer. Approximate dates for students on the most common 40 week contract are split into 3 instalments.
- Instalment 1. 35% of fees due: 21 September 2018 (for first years)/ 28 September 2018 (for returning students)
- Instalment 2. 35% of fees due: 4 January 2019
- Instalment 3. 30% of fees due 2 May 2019
- Instalment 1. 35% of fees due: 20 September 2019 (for first year students) / 27 September 2018 (for returning students)
- Instalment 2. 35% of fees due: 3 January 2020
- Instalment 3. 30% of fees due 15 April 2020
Recurring Card Payments
If you are paying in instalments, your fees will be taken by Recurring Card Payment (RCP), from the bank and card details you enter when you accept the accommodation offer and contract.
Your payment instalments will be automatically collected from the account linked to the card details provided, unless you notify the Finance team that you would like to change the card details. If you need to change the debit or credit card from which your instalments will be collected, you must contact the Finance team to update these details. The Finance team can be contacted by telephone: 01227 92 22 28 or 01227 92 33 77 Monday to Friday 8.30 to 5pm.
Alternatively payments can be made by telephone 01227 92 22 28 or 01227 92 33 77 Monday to Friday 8.30 to 5pm, or via Online banking.
Use your Christ Church student ID number (3 letters followed by 8 numbers eg. PAY11223344) as your reference, and pay to
Sort code: 309160
Account Number: 00251008 - Canterbury Christ Church
Please email email@example.com to confirm that the payment has been made this way, so that we can easily trace your payment.
It is important that you ensure that there are sufficient funds available to meet the payment on the due date.
If you do not have the funds available or are experiencing problems with your Student Finance Loan Payment, please contact the Finance team before the payment is due – so they can understand the situation and help you plan your payments.