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 How to pay

Your student fees must be paid by the fees due date for the relevant semester, trimester, research quarter, medical rotation or teaching period. If you change your enrolment or HECS-HELP payment option after this date, any additional fees owing must be paid within two days of making the change.

For due dates, please see the Important dates page on the Starting at UQ website.

View your invoice

Online invoices are available via mySI-net and will usually be updated the day after you make an enrolment, HECS-HELP or FEE-HELP option change. If you need a copy of your invoice, please save or print a copy before making payment.

To access your invoice:

  • Sign-in to mySI-net
  • Click on the Financial link
  • Click on the Invoice link

Tuition fees, up-front student contributions (HECS) and Student Services and Amenities Fees can be paid in the following ways:

Preferred payment methods:

  • BPAY
    • Contact your participating bank, credit union or building society to make this payment from a cheque, savings or credit card account.
    • Biller Code: 18119
    • Customer Reference Number: your eight-digit student number (e.g. - 4xxxxxxx)
  • on the Internet (a payment facility which can be accessed 24 hours a day):
    • Sign-in to mySI-net
    • Click on the Financial link
    • Click on the to enter the secure Internet payment web page, where MasterCard and Visa will be accepted
    • You will be sent a payment receipt to your UQ student email address.
    • To protect our clients, the University does not store credit card numbers

Other payment options:

  • Cheque or money order

    If making payment by cheque, the bank must have a branch in Australia. Cheques should be made payable to 'The University of Queensland' and should be made in Australian dollars.

  • Sending cheque or money order by post

Please post your payment, together with a copy of your invoice, to arrive by the relevant fees due date to: 

The University Cashier, The University of Queensland, ST LUCIA, QLD, 4072.

Please do not send cash through the post. If you pay by cheque there may be a delay of some days in updating your student record and you may not be able to access some University facilities.

  • Payment of fees and other administrative charges at the Student Centre

    Payments can be made at all Student Centres by EFTPOS, credit card, cheque or money order.

    Other payments accepted at all Student Centres include parking fines, academic transcript requests and payments for school expenses. Please bring the appropriate invoice when making a payment. Library charges can be paid online.

  • Payment from outside of Australia

    The preferred payment methods from outside of Australia are internet or post.

If paying by Telegraphic Transfer (TT) please note: as remittances for TTs are dependent on more than one bank, it is your responsibility to check with your financial institution how far ahead payments need to be organised from overseas in order to reach the University's Commonwealth Bank Account by the fees due date for the relevant study period. Initiating a TT payment on the fees due date does not constitute payment of a fee by the fees due date and you may incur the late payment charge.

Telegraphic Transfer (from overseas only):

The University of Queensland's bank details for student fee payments 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

Union Complex, Building 21A
University of Queensland, Staff House Road
St Lucia, QLD 4072 Australia

It is your responsibility to ensure the University can identify your payment.

Please state your full name and student number on the TT.

To help us identify the payment, please send a copy of the TT to Fax number: +61 7 3365 1511.

Please check mySI-net after approximately one week to ensure the University has received and identified your payment. 

What are the penalties for non-payment?

Your enrolment is provisional until you have paid all fees and charges, and may be deleted if fees are not paid by the semester, trimester, research quarter, medical rotation or teaching period census date.

Please view the 'Charges for and consequences of late enrolment, late addition of courses and late fee payment' page for the consequences of the deletion of your enrolment.

A schedule of late fees is set out in the Fee Rules. You will find a link to the Fee Rules on the University Rules page.


If you have any questions about fees, please contact Student Fees by telephone (07) 3365 2328 or online at