Ways To Pay Your Fees

Upon enrolment, you will receive an invoice via email – payment is due on issue of this invoice.

If you have already received confirmation from the College that any bursary application has been successful, there is no need to make payment for any charges listed for either material or central material fees, as these will be funded through the bursary and payment will be arranged internally.

In all other cases payment can be made using the methods listed below – Please note, if you are paying online or via PayPal it is important that you quote the student reference or invoice number as without this we may not be able to allocate your payment.

Bank Transfer

By online transfer through your bank using our bank details – Barclay bank sort code 20-60-89 and account number 40520055 – please quote your student reference or invoice number.


Pay through your PayPal account using our email accounts@iwcollege.ac.uk – please ensure that under ‘add a note’ you quote your student reference or invoice number.

Payments Over The Phone

Payments by card may be taken over the telephone; please ring one of the telephone numbers at the bottom of this page.


Pay by cheque via post. Send to The Isle of Wight College, care of the Finance Department. Cheques should be made payable to “The Isle of Wight College“.


You may be eligible to pay your invoice by instalments. For more information please refer to your student handbook or contact either of the staff at the bottom of this page who will also be able to set up the instalment with you.

Cash Payments

Unfortunately, due to the ongoing situation with Covid-19 we are currently unable to offer a counter service or accept cash payments. However, if this is a problem please contact either of the staff below to arrange a convenient time to visit.


If you think you are entitled to assistance towards course costs, but have not yet applied for a bursary, please phone (01983) 550833 or email: bursary.info@iwcollege.ac.uk for advice.

It is very important that you do not ignore your invoice. Failure to pay may mean that the debt is passed to a debt collection agency – which may affect your credit rating and you may also be liable for additional costs.

If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us using the details below.

Finance Department
Debbie Brook
01983 550621

Karen Halliday
01983 550629

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