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Our preferred method of payment is for students to pay online - please see details on the paying online section on our website.
If you wish to pay in a foreign currency please see our International Payments option powered by Western Union Business Solutions.
You may wish to pay your fees by Direct Debit over 5 months or Termly. Please complete the Direct Debit Mandate Form and return to the Student Centre before Enrolment.
Direct bank transfer
You may wish to instruct your bank to make payment direct to the College's bank account.
PLEASE NOTE if you choose this method of payment you must either e-mail studentpayments (@gold.ac.uk) or fax a copy of your bank's confirmation of transfer to 0207 919 7038 and in both instances you MUST quote as a reference your student number first and then your full name.
If you are paying in a foreign currency, we recommend that in order to avoid bank charges and to get a better exchange rate you use the Western Union Business Solutions option above.
Our bank details are:
National Westminster Bank Plc,
PO Box 3753,
London, SE15 5RZ
For tuition fees
Sort Code: 60-16-16 Account Number: 77506774
Swift Code/BIC: NWBKGB2L IBAN: GB67 NWBK 6016 1677 5067 74
For halls accommodation
Sort Code: 60-16-16 Account Number: 77536460
Swift Code/BIC: NWBKGB2L IBAN: GB56 NWBK 6016 1677 5364 60
For all other payments
Sort Code: 60-16-16 Account Number 10912878
Swift Code/BIC: NWBKGB2L IBAN: GB94 NWBK 6016 1610 9128 78
Paying by credit card or debit card
To pay by debit or credit card, telephone 020 7919 7930 during the hours of 9am–5pm, Monday to Friday. Please quote your invoice number or give your full name and address with the reason for the payment.
We only accept the following cards:
- Visa Electron
Please note that we do not accept American Express or Diner's Club.
If your card is not issued in the UK, you have a choice: Either the transaction will be in your own currency and the exact rate will be given, based on Reuters Wholesales Interbank exchange rate plus 3% international conversion margin to replace the charge from your card company. Alternatively you can choose to pay in GBP where you will be subject to a conversion fee or charge by your card company related to the value of the transaction which cannot be given at the time of transaction.
Payment in person
You are advised not to pay large sums in cash. If you do, the College is obliged by the Money Laundering Regulation 2003 to report the amount to the relevant authorities.