Information about fees payable is available in your Western Sydney University Offer of Admission letter. The available payment methods for new international students can be chosen from the options below.
You are able to select your payment option when you accept your offer via the Western Sydney International Student Online Student Application Portal.
To pay your fees:
You can transfer your payment to the University's bank account via Convera.
Western Sydney University has partnered with Convera to provide the University with a reliable online payment application.
This telegraphic transfer service allows you to:
Please note Convera does not process payments to, from or involving residents of Iran, North Korea, Cuba, Russia, Belarus and the Crimea, Luhansk and Donetsk province of Ukraine. More information about sanctions and potential restrictions on payments that can be processed is available through the Convera website.
You can pay your fees to Western Sydney University using Flywire via the University's payment portal.
Flywire is a safe, convenient way to make international education payments to Western Sydney University. Flywire allows you to pay securely from banks worldwide offering competitive foreign exchange rates and no hidden fees.
Watch the video below to see how you can make an international payment with Flywire.
Depending on your home country, payment options can include local bank transfer, credit card, e-payments, e-wallets, and more. You will be able to track the progress of your payment online and receive SMS or email notifications each step of the way.
Should you need assistance with your payment, multilingual customer support is available 24 hours and 7 days a week via phone +61 (2) 800 69 729 or email.
Enquiries regarding these payment methods (but not the amounts billed) should be raised through WesternNow or call +61 2 9685 9280.
In addition to the above options, there are additional payment options for continuing international students studying at the University. More information is outlined on the Current Students site.
If you require a refund of your fees it is important that you notify Western Sydney International in writing as soon as possible. You must also provide a copy of your Confirmation of Enrolment, together with the mailing address to which you would like your refund to be sent.
The exact refund you will be entitled to depend on the reason why you need a refund, and how quickly you notify the university, in writing, that you require a refund.
Please read the Student Fees and Refund Agreement prior to accepting your offer at the University.
If you have received an English Language program offer with Western Sydney University's pathway program provider Western Sydney University The College, please also read the English Language Programs Cancellation and Refund Agreement.