Trinity College Dublin
The following are the accepted methods of payment when paying fees and charges at Trinity College Dublin:
- Pay to Study (Recommended Option for International Students)
Pay to Study is an easy-to-use online payment process which offers a secure, fast and affordable way to make your international payments to Trinity, saving you time and money when paying your fees internationally. Pay to Study allows you to make your international payments free of charge, while receiving competitive foreign exchange rates. Where Pay to Study has a local bank account, you will not be subjected to any international wire fees and will be able to pay in your local currency. Pay to Study receipts are also accepted by visa and immigration agencies. To access the Pay to Study system, visit the Trinity College Dublin Pay to Study website.
- Online (Credit/Debit Cards)
Payment can be made using the online payment facility available on the student portal. This is the quickest and easiest way to pay.
- EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer)
This involves the transfer of funds direct to the Trinity College bank account. Students should be aware that, due to lead time for funds to reach our bank account, it can take up to 10 days for these payments to be updated onto your account. Where payments must be made by a set deadline, you should factor in this lead time.
Enrolled students are billed by term. Students may view their account balance in Student Services Online (SSOL).
Payment for the term is due by the end of the University’s official Change of Program period, in accordance with the academic calendar (the end of the second week of classes for the spring and fall semesters; for summer, see the Columbia Summer website).
Charges incurred throughout the term will be billed periodically and are due by the date listed on the Student Account Statement, available in SSOL.
Payments are processed by Student Financial Services (SFS). Please visit the SFS website for specific information on payment options. For more information on tuition and fee policies, visit the School of General Studies website.