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Payment by bank transfer

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For payments to foreign banks, the university recommends bank transfer as the most efficient payment method.

Columbia University contracts with Flywire , PayMyTuition, and Western Union to give students three optimized options for payments to a. to offer Studentenkonto by transfer. Flywire, PayMyTuition and Western Union offer a competitive exchange rate and the ability to make payments in many international currencies through a local bank.

Keep in mind

  • A new set of transfer instructions is required for each new transfer.
  • Wire transfer instructions and the associated exchange rate expire after 72 hours.
  • There is a limit of $ 90,000 per term that can be paid through this method.
  • Columbia University does not charge any fees for these services. However, your bank may charge a service fee to initiate the transfer. In addition, a Processing fee are charged for transactions that cannot be deposited through normal banking channels.
  • If you are not enrolled in courses for the semester and send a payment by bank transfer, these funds will be returned to their place of origin.

Pay with Flywire

  • 1. Log into Columbia Student service online to start the payment process.
  • two. In the 'Your Account' section, click Account details and e-bill. You will be taken to the Accounts page.
  • 3. In the 'E-bill information' section, click on View e-bill and pay by e-check, payment plan or bank transfer. You will be redirected to the View Accounts and Pay page on Columbia secure page QuikPay Page? ˅.
  • Four. In the Student Account Payment Details field, click the gray Make Payment button. You will be redirected to the 'Enter payment amount' page.
  • 5. Enter your payment amount and select 'International Payments' as the payment method. Click the Next button'. You will be redirected to the 'International Transfer' page.
  • 6. Select “Flywire” as the payment provider. Click the Next button'. You will be directed to the Columbia Student Payment page Flywire Page? ˅.
  • 7. Select the country you are paying from from the drop-down menu. The payment options available to you will be opened on the same page. (Flywire offers different payment methods depending on which country you are paying from.)
  • 8. You will be asked to create a new Flywire account or log into an existing account. Enter your payment details, including contact, payment, student, and payer information. Click on the 'Proceed with payment' button and you will receive a confirmation of your payment booking.
  • 9. Depending on your payment method, you may receive further instructions on how to complete the payment process.
  • 10. Track your payment from start to finish with your student dashboard. You can contact the Flywire customer support team at any time by reviewing the information on Flywireswire 'Contact' page .

Pay via PayMyTuition

  • 1. Log into Columbia Student service online to start the payment process.
  • two. In the 'Your Account' section, click Account details and e-bill. You will be taken to the Accounts page.
  • 3. In the 'E-bill information' section, click on View e-bill and pay by e-check, payment plan or bank transfer. You will be redirected to the View Accounts and Pay page on Columbia secure page QuikPay Page? ˅.
  • Four. In the Student Account Payment Details field, click the gray Make Payment button. You will be redirected to the 'Enter payment amount' page.
  • 5. Enter your payment amount and select 'International Payments' as the payment method. Click the Next button'. You will be redirected to the 'International Transfer' page.
  • 6. Select 'PayMyTuition' as the payment provider. Click the Next button'. You will be directed to the Columbia Student Payment page PayMyTuition Page? ˅.
  • 7. Select the country you are paying from from the drop-down menu. The payment options available to you will be opened on the same page. (PayMyTuition offers different payment methods, depending on which country you are paying from.)
  • 8. Enter your payment details, including payer, payment, student, and identification information. Click on the “Continue payment” button and you will receive a confirmation of your payment booking.
  • 9 .Depending on your payment method, you may receive further instructions on how to complete the payment process.
  • 10 .Track your payment from start to finish with your student dashboard. You can contact the PayMyTuition customer support teamat the support@paymytuition.com or call 1.855.663.6839 ..

Pay through Western Union

  • 1. Log into Columbia Student service online to start the payment process.
  • two. In the 'Your Account' section, click Account details and e-bill. You will be taken to the Accounts page.
  • 3. In the 'E-bill information' section, click on View e-bill and pay by e-check, payment plan or bank transfer. You will be redirected to the View Accounts and Pay page on Columbia secure page QuikPay Page? ˅.
  • Four. In the Student Account Payment Details field, click the gray Make Payment button. You will be redirected to the 'Enter payment amount' page.
  • 5. Enter your payment amount and select 'International Payments' as the payment method. Click the Next button'. You will be redirected to the 'International Transfer' page.
  • 6. Select 'Western Union' as the payment provider. Click the Next button'. You will be directed to the Columbia Student Payment page Western Union Page? ˅.
  • 7. Select the country you are paying from from the drop-down menu. The payment options available to you will be opened on the same page. (Western Union offers different payment methods depending on which country you are paying from.)
  • 8. Depending on your payment method, you may receive further instructions on how to complete the payment process.
  • 9 .For Western Union payments, you can contact the support team at studentinquiries@westernunion.com or call 1.877.218.8829

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