Pay your deposit

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    All international students will need to pay a deposit of £3,000 to secure your place at Oxford Brookes. This deposit will be deducted from your first tuition fees payment. In some cases, we will require supplementary payment of fees to support a visa application.

    You can pay your deposit using our simple online payment system.

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    If you are experiencing any issues in making the deposit payment through our online shop, there are alternative ways to pay (see section 4 here). Payment can also be made directly into the Oxford Brookes bank account - see details below:

    • Account name: Oxford Brookes University Direct Remittance Account
    • Account number: 60723770
    • Sort code: 20-65-26
    • Swift code: BARCGB22
    • IBAN number: GB16 BARC 206526 60723770
    • Bank Address: Barclays Bank Plc, PO Box 333, Oxford, OX1 3HS

    Please quote your student ID or name as a reference when making payment and state it is for a deposit payment, as this will help our finance team easily identify your payment. Where possible, please email a copy of the transfer documentation to Please note that the account number is fixed and not subject to change.

  • Please note that deposits can be refunded at the discretion of the University and upon request if you are unable to enrol on your programme and you have notified us within the right to cancel period stated in the terms and conditions of enrolment. Find out more about our deposit payment refund policy.

    Paying your fees

    Before you start your course, you will need to decide how you are going to pay your tuition fees. Tuition fees should be paid in pounds sterling.

    You can pay your tuition fees in instalments by a number of different methods. More information on paying your fees.


    We offer a range of scholarships to help our international students with the costs of studying at Oxford Brookes. The financial support available will help you pay tuition fees and living costs. You may be able cover part of the cost of your studies with bursaries, student loans or grants. Find out more about funding your studies.