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Information on fees has been sent to you in your offer letter, along with estimates of living and other expenses. 

The Campus offers a number of undergraduate scholarships and bursaries. Make sure to look out for dates and deadlines for scholarship applicaion. You should research the scholarship database to verify those for wihch you are eligible. The Campus also has a tuition fee payment plan that is available to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. There is a fee to sign up for the plan.  

See for details.  Be sure to note and adhere to the application and payment deadlines.  
Work on Campus
There are a few opportunities to work on Campus.  Note however that these are not normally available for first year undergraduate students. You may contact the Office of Student Services (OSS) for further information

Special Notes 
If you are a regional student you must contact your Ministry of Education (or equivalent) before leaving your territory if you expect to be sponsored for any (or all) of the fees associated with your course of study. Sponsorship is NOT automatic and would normally only guarantee payment for a portion your fees.  Your Ministry of Education (or equivalent) should provide a letter indicating what portion of your fees will be paid on your behalf, and the balance will be your responsibility.  

Newly admitted undergraduate students will find useful pointers here: Special Notes for Undergraduate Students »

Similarly, newly admitted postgraduate students will find useful pointers here: Special Notes for Postgraduate Students »

Payment Options
Credit Card / Debit Card
The Bursary processes credit/debit card payments at the Cashier in the Administration Building on the Main Campus for all charges.   The Bursary accepts all major credit cards except American Express.

You may pay your fees online by credit card via the Student Account Center on the web.    

Cash Payment
Students can make cash payments at the Cashier in the Administration Building on the Main Campus.
NB: Notes/cheques in British Virgin Island, Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago currency cannot be negotiated.

Wire Transfer
Payment can be made via wire transfer. Requests for the Campus’ banking details to facilitate this should be sent to

On-line Banking
Payments can also be made (provided that you currently have an account with the bank) using the on-line banking facilities of RBC Royal Bank of Canada or Bank of Nova Scotia in Barbados.

Fees can also be paid into any branch of Republic Bank (Barbados) Limited (using the special UWI banking slips) and at any Sure Pay outlet.

NB: It takes two (2) business days for the Campus to receive payments made through Commercial Banks and one (1) business day for Sure Pay, so you must make these payments in time for them to reach the Campus by the deadline dates given.