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Fee payment methods

How do I pay my fees?

Pay my invoice (all enrolled students - domestic and international)

An email will be sent to your University email account to inform you when your Student Invoice is issued. The email includes instructions on how to access your Student Invoice.

You can pay your tuition fees or student contributions using one of the listed methods below.



 Payment fee applies

CIBC online payment


The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC), a premier global bank, has developed a secure online portal for future and current international students to pay tuition fees in their home currency from accounts outside of Australia at any time.

Competitive FX exchange rate applies and will depend upon the payment method and the currency used.

Instructions for payment options including credit card, debit card, telegraphic transfer, Direct Debit (USA and Canada), and more, are available at CIBC payment portal.

Exchanges rates for Telegraphic Transfers are locked in for 72 hours.

A non-refundable surcharge of 2.50% applies for all VISA and MasterCard payments.

Australian Internet and Telephone Banking through BPAY

Biller Code: 93773
Reference: Refer to the reference number on your invoice.

Contact your bank or financial institution to make this payment from your Australian debit, savings or cheque transaction account.

BPAY Information: bpay.com.au

Registered to BPAY Pty Ltd

ABN 69079 137 518

 No additional fees.

Telegraphic Transfer (overseas payments only)

Present the payment details (provided below) and the Commonwealth Bank TT Letter to your bank to have them process the payment. Note that the field information is for bank use only.

Bank: Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Branch Address: 201 Sussex Street Sydney

BSB: 067 918

Account Number: Refer to the account number on your invoice.

Reference: Refer to the family name printed on your invoice.

Additional Reference: NBFI067918


This is an electronic means of transferring funds from overseas to the University's Australian Bank Account.

The Account Number is unique to each student.

DO NOT pay multiple student payments to a single BSB/Account Number.

Add an extra $AUD15.00 to cover estimated bank charges

Credit Card Internet Payments (for Visa or MasterCard only)

Internet Payment: students.unimelb.edu.au/payfees

Phone Payment: 1300 864 333 (within Australia)

The University of Melbourne does NOT accept payment using prepaid gift cards and/or other prepaid debit/credit cards. If we suspect a prepaid card is used for payment, UoM reserves the right to reverse the transaction to the same card and payment will need to be made using an approved payment method. Refund will only be paid back to the same credit card used for payment.

A non-refundable surcharge fee applies for all Visa and MasterCard payments. The surcharge fee is an unavoidable cost that will be passed onto the cardholder, and will be clearly displayed when you process your payment.

For Australian issued cards, the surcharges are:

  • Visa - Credit Card: 0.68%
  • Visa - Debit Card: 0.31%
  • Mastercard - Credit: 0.87%
  • Mastercard - Debit: 0.32%

For cards issued overseas, the surcharges are:

  • Visa - Credit Card: 3.14%
  • Visa - Debit Card: 1.39%
  • Mastercard - Credit: 2.55%
  • Mastercard - Debit: 0.71%
 Cash Not accepted. Use the BPAY option.  
 Cheque Not accepted. Use the BPAY option.  

Receipt of payment

Payments made will take the following days to be received by the University and credited to your student account:

  • BPAY: 1 - 2 business days
  • Credit Cards: 1 - 2 business days
  • Telegraphic Transfer: Up to 7 business days

If your payment still has not been recorded after 7 days, forward a copy of the telegraphic transfer remittance advice from your bank to the University by email:

Email: sa-fees@unimelb.edu.au

This will assist in your payment being identified and credited to your student account.

Pay my deposit or Overseas Student Health Cover (International students only)

If you are a commencing international student and want further advice regarding how to pay your deposit or Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), refer to our Fee Payment method FAQ.

BPAY Information

What is BPAY?

A Bill Payment (or BPAY for short) is a bill payment service which enables bill payers to transfer funds electronically from their Australian bank accounts to billers.

How does BPAY work?

  1. Log on to your online, mobile, or over-the-phone banking service
  2. Look for the BPAY logo and Biller Code on your University of Melbourne invoice
  3. Enter the required information - usually the biller code, customer reference number, payment amount and date.
  4. Pay your bill.

My bank has a daily limit on my BPay, can I pay my fees over more than one day?

Yes, you can, providing the owing amount is paid in full by the payment due date.