How to Pay Your Tuition Fee
Congratulations on being accepted to NUI Galway! International Students can pay their deposit or tuition fee from their home country in one of two ways:
Option1: PaytoStudy (Recommended for non-EU Students)
Non-European Union (EU) students are strongly advised to pay their tuition fee through the PaytoStudy website PaytoStudy payments usually take less than 48 hours and the receipt is accepted as proof of payment of tuition fees by the Irish National Immigration Service (INIS) for study visa applications and at the point of entry to Ireland.
PaytoStudy also avoids international bank charges and because you pay in your own currency, the University receives the exact amount owed.
Option 2: Bank Transfer
Alternatively, international students can also pay their tuition fee by international bank transfer using the following details:
Bank of Ireland, 43 Eyre Square, Galway
A/C No: 28454143
A/C Name: National University of Ireland, Galway
IBAN: IE43 BOFI 9038 1628 4541 43
Sort Code: 90-38-16
Swift Code: Bof IIE2D
Please ensure you quote you 10 digit application number on all transactions.
Please note however that the processing time and the fee for sending international wire transfers may vary from bank to bank. Please allow for up to 10 working days for processing if paying by bank transfer.
To secure a at NUI Galway, a deposit is normally payable at offer-acceptance stage*. This is deducted from your course fees at registration stage, so in effect is a partial-payment of your ultimate course fees. You are normally asked to pay the deposit within one month of accepting your offer.
If you don’t take up the place you initially accepted, then this deposit is not refundable. However, it is refundable in the event that you do not meet the conditions pertaining to your offer (if you were made a conditional offer in the first instance) or if you are refused a visa to travel to Ireland.
Please refer to your Offer Letter for further information regarding your deposit.
* With the exception of students students undertaking foundation/pathway programmes or who are in receipt of full scholarships.