There are a number ways to pay your student fees and charges, but our preferred payment methods are:

  • BPAY
  • UQ Pay.

If you make changes to your enrolment – or to a HECS-HELP payment option – after the fees due date, your fees will recalculate overnight.

Any additional fees must be paid within two days of the change. Please ensure all your fees are paid by the relevant fees due date.

If you're a UQ-Ochsner student, please disregard the information on this page and follow the instructions on How to Pay – UQ-Ochsner students.

Preferred payment methods

BPAY

Most Australian banks accept BPAY through their online banking and phone banking services.

  • Biller code: 18119.
  • Customer reference number: your eight-digit student number.

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

UQ Pay

Online payments through UQ Pay can be made using Visa or MasterCard only.

  1. Log in to mySI-net.
  2. Click the Financial tab.
  3. Click on "Pay My Fees Now".
  4. Click the UQ Pay 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.

Telegraphic transfer (from overseas only)

Payments by post or UQ Pay are preferred from overseas.

If you choose to pay by telegraphic transfer, it is your responsibility to ensure we can identify your payment. Please state your full name and student number on the telegraphic transfer.

The University's banking details are:

Bank: Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA).
B.S.B. number: 064-158.
Account number: 1089 8275.
Account name: University of Queensland – Student Fees.
Swift code: CTBAAU2S.

The bank's address is:

Union Complex, Building 21A
University of Queensland
Staff House Road
St Lucia QLD 4067
Australia

To help us identify the payment, please send a copy of the telegraphic transfer to:

Please note that it can take several days for a bank to process a telegraphic transfer.

Ensure you make your payment with enough time for it to arrive and clear by the relevant due date, otherwise you may need to pay a late fee.

Online invoices

To view an invoice:

  1. Log in to mySI-net.
  2. Click on the Financial tab.
  3. Click on the Invoice link

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 via the Financial tab in mySI-net.

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

Contact

If you have any questions about fees or payments, submit a question to UQ Answers, visit a Student Centre or contact Student Fees:

(07) 3365 2328