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Payment options, semester due dates and late penalties

Payment options

All payments are subject to the University's Refund Policy.

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None of the details of credit cards submitted by users are collected by Bond University, the University Privacy Policy applies to transaction data.

If you have any problems with the payment details or process contact the Cashiers Office via email: [email protected]

Australian Payment Methods

Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard, AMEX) / PayPal Payments



Payment via PayPal allows you to pay your fees with your bank account details, credit card, debit card or stored PayPal balance. Payment processed via PayPal secure payment gateway.


Through your participating bank or financial institution.

Biller Code: 53041
Reference: Your Student ID Number

Pay in person or Mail

We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express.

Cash payments no longer accepted.

Cheques should be payable to Bond University Limited (please note – dishonoured cheques attract a bank charge of $9 plus an administration fee of $50)

In person or by mail

The Cashier
Student Court
Bond University

Hours: 9am to 4pm
Monday to Friday (except Public Holidays)

International Payment Transfer/Visa/ Mastercard

Bond University does not accept direct Telegraphic Transfer options for overseas payments. Convera is our preferred method for international bank transfers to ensure your payment is received accurately and securely.

Bond University will not provide bank details for international payments for any reason.

Bond University is partnered with Convera to offer you a simple, secure, and smart way to pay your fees online. Convera’s platform is trusted by 800+ institutions worldwide to enable payments in 140+ currencies across 200+ countries and territories.


For information about Convera

  • Select Convera payment button when selecting payment option.
  • International wire in local currency (where possible)Visa, MasterCard in AUD or local currency (where possible)

To pay via AMEX please select the Credit Card (AMEX) / PayPal Payments online payment option details below.

Bond University utilises Convera payment services to process your tuition and associated fees. Please note that Convera does not process payments to, from or involving resident of Iran, North Korea, Cuba and the Crimea, Luhansk and Donetsk provinces of Ukraine. More information about sanctions and potential restrictions payments that can be processed is available through the Convera website.

Convera Payment Support

  • For questions regarding the status of your payments please call: +61 2 8585 7999 
    Mon-Fri (Sydney business hours)
  • Alternatively, please contact Student Payments via email on [email protected]

Credit Card (AMEX) / PayPal Payments


Payment via PayPal allows you to pay your fees with your bank account details, credit card, debit card or stored PayPal balance.  Payment processed via PayPal secure payment gateway.

Semester Payment Due Dates


Semester 1: 13 January 2023Semester 1: 12 January 2024
Semester 2: 12 May 2023Semester 2: 10 May 2024
Semester 3: 8 September 2023Semester 3: 6 September 2024

Late payment penalties

Late payment of fees will incur the following penalties:

  • $350 late payment fee
  • Notice of Intention to Cancel Enrolment
  • Sanction will be applied preventing further enrolment or access to transcripts etc.
  • iLearn, eStudent, emails & Library access will be cancelled
  • Dining Card will be deactivated (if living on campus)
  • Results will be withheld

Statement of accounts

Statement of accounts are emailed directly to the student via their Bond University email address and are payable by the due dates above. Overdue fees will incur Late Payment penalties as listed above.

Third party authority

Accounts can be emailed to one additional 3rd party by completing the Third Party Authorisation form. Please note that this form is only accessible by students.