When issued, your tuition fees invoice and reference details for payment can be found in the My Account section of your eVision portal.

Domestic students

Payment can be made by EFTPOS, internet banking, covered by Government student loan (StudyLink) or fees-free entitlement. Tuition fees cannot be paid by instalment.

Students at the Dunedin campus can pay their tuition fees by credit card at the AskOtago Central Hub in the Information Services Building. A 2% non-refundable surcharge is payable on all credit card payments. Tuition fees are not able to be paid over the phone using a credit card.

The Student Services Fee is paid by StudyLink as part of the tuition fee invoice.

Tuition fees guide—Payment of fees

International students

The University of Otago uses the Western Union Business Solutions payment portal. You can pay your tuition, accommodation, and insurance fees from your bank account using a telegraphic transfer, or domestic transfer.

You should make your payment as early as possible and well before the deadline to allow the Revenue Management Office time to supply a receipt. The receipt can be used as proof of payment of fees for your student visa application.

To request a tuition fees receipt email student.finance@otago.ac.nz

How to pay fees and obtain a receipt—information for International Students

Due dates for fees

If you don't pay your tuition fees in full, or apply for a government student loan (domestic students only) by the due date, you will incur a late payment fee.

Tuition fees due dates

Students enrolling in February for a course of study of a full year or longer will need to pay tuition fees for the full academic year before starting their study.

Last updated 12/04/2022 09.42 AM

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