How to Pay :: Bishop Burton College

How to Pay


Bishop Burton College has two options for online payments - our preferred option is at our online shop.

Please use the search facility to select the most appropriate item – e.g. accommodation, campus, tuition.

The second online option is our gateway.

Internet Banking/Bank Transfer

In order to meet your due date, please allow at least three working days for the payment to reach your customer account. Also please ensure you quote your invoice number as a reference when making payment, or your student ID (eighty digits).

Details to quote to your paying bank are:

Pay to: Lloyds Bank, City Office, Kent Sort code: 30-00-02 Account number: 04048003 Swift code: LOYDGB2LCTY IBAN code: GB03 LOYD 3000 0204 0480 03


You can pay by Mastercard, Visa, Maestro or Solo over the telephone by calling the Finance Office on 01964 553014 or 00 44 1964 553 014 if calling from outside the UK. Please have your credit/debit card details and student ID ready. Please note we do not accept American Express.

Office hours for payment are 9am – 4pm Monday to Thursday, and 9am – 3.30pm Friday.

In Person

You may pay in person at the Finance Office in the main building at the main Bishop Burton College campus by card or in sterling cash.

Office hours for payment are 9am – 4pm Monday to Thursday, and 9am – 3.30pm Friday.

By Post

Cheques should be made payable to ‘Bishop Burton College’ and posted to:

Finance Office, Bishop Burton College, York Road, Bishop Burton, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 8QG.

Please write your invoice number and customer account number/student ID on the back of the cheque and enclose the remittance advice from the invoice and attach with your payment. Please do not send cash in the post.

Terms and Conditions

Any invoice outstanding beyond our normal credit terms (being payment by the stated due date) will be subject to legal proceedings being instigated, the cost in respect of which will be added to the outstanding invoice. We reserve the right to levy a credit charge, on a daily basis, of a minimum of 2% per annum above the Lloyds Bank base rate, in the event of this invoice not being paid by the due date.

Payment by the due date may, at the College’s discretion, be a condition precedent to future services under any contract between the College and the customer.

These terms will apply in every case unless prior written agreement has been obtained to any variation.

Any complaint by the customer relating to an invoice must be notified to the College, in writing, within 14 days of the date of the invoice.