There are a few ways to pay student fees and charges, but our preferred payment methods are Flywire for international payments, or BPAY, Visa or Mastercard for Australian payments.

Pay all fees by the due dates displayed in the 'Financials' section of mySI-net. If you change your enrolment after the due date, mySI-net will recalculate your fees overnight. Any additional fees must be paid within 2 days of the change.

UQ-Ochsner students: follow the instructions on How to Pay – UQ-Ochsner students. Please ignore the instructions on this page.

Preferred payment methods

International payments

Flywire

Flywire is a safe and convenient way to make international payments. Depending on your location, payment options can include local bank transfer (telegraphic transfer), credit card, e-payments, e-wallets, and more.

Flywire will send you text and email updates each step of the way, including a confirmation when your payment has been delivered to UQ.

To make a payment using Flywire, first log in to mySI-net, then:

  1. Click the 'Financials' tile
  2. Click 'Pay my fees now' in the left-hand side menu
  3. Select Flywire as your payment method. You will be redirected to the Flywire website
  4. On the Flywire website, enter the payment amount, your country of origin and other basic information
  5. Follow the instructions on the Flywire website to complete your payment.

For debit or credit card payments: enter your card details to pay in your home currency. Additional payment options may be available, depending on the country you are paying from.

For telegraphic transfer: it can take several days for a bank to process a telegraphic transfer. Ensure you allow enough time for your payment to be delivered to UQ by the relevant due date, otherwise you may need to pay a late fee.

If you need help to complete your payment, contact Flywire Customer Support.

Australian payments

BPAY

Most Australian banks accept BPAY via their online or phone banking services:

  • Biller code: 18119
  • Customer reference number: Your 8-digit student number.

More information about BPAY is available on bpay.com.au

Visa or Mastercard

Online payments can be made with an Australian-issued Visa or Mastercard. To make a payment, first log in to mySI-net, then:

  1. Click the 'Financials' tile
  2. Click 'Pay my fees now' in the left-hand side menu
  3. Click the Visa/Mastercard icon.

Other payment methods

Post

Payment by post is limited to a cheque or money order, made out to 'The University of Queensland'.

Your bank must have a branch in Australia to pay by cheque. Payments must be made in Australian dollars.

A copy of your invoice must be sent with your cheque or money order.

Please send a copy of your invoice and your cheque / money order to:

University Cashier
University of Queensland
St Lucia QLD 4072
Australia

Please do not send cash through the post.

Please note that it can take several days for a cheque to clear.

Ensure you post your payment with enough time for it to arrive and clear by the relevant due date, otherwise you may be temporarily blocked from accessing some University facilities.

In person

Payments can be made at a Student Centre using credit card, debit card, cheque or money order.

Please bring a copy of your invoice when you make a payment.

Online invoices

To view an invoice, first log in to mySI-net, then:

  1. Click on the 'Financials' tile
  2. Click on 'Invoice' in the left-hand side menu.

If you change your enrolment, please wait 24 hours for an updated invoice to appear.

Please save a copy of the invoice for your records before making a payment.

Late payments

Your enrolment at the University is provisional until you have paid all fees and charges.

A $100 late penalty applies if all your fees are not paid by the fees due date.

Due dates and fee amounts are displayed in the 'Financials' section of mySI-net.

If your fees are still unpaid by Census Date, your enrolment may be cancelled.

Scam warning

To protect yourself from fraud and scams, never pay through a third party, even if discounts are offered.

Scammers may contact you on social media, or be recommended by a friend and offer a deal where you pay them a "discounted" amount and they will then pay the full amount to the University on your behalf.

Scammers make payments to the University using stolen credit cards and these payments are eventually declined.

Victims lose the money they paid to the scammer and several weeks into semester students find out their fees are still outstanding.

To ensure you're protected from scams, stay up to date with the latest warnings on Scamwatch.