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Payment Of Fees

Payment-Of-Fees

All students are required to pay the full course fee before the start of the course or make arrangements for instalments (if appropriate) in accordance with fee policies at Liffey
College.

Bank Transfer

Fees may be lodged into Liffey College’s bank account through international banks worldwide.
Full details of the Liffey College’s bank accounts are provided on the college offer
letter.

Bank account details as follows:
(FOR STUDENTS FROM NON VISA-REQUIRED COUNTRIES)
Bank Name: Bank Of Ireland
Bank Address: 2 College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland.
Sort Code: 90-00-17
IBAN: IE68BOFI90001718301223
Account Name: Liffey College
Account No.: 18301223
Swift Code: BOFIIE2D

 

Bank account details as follows:
(FOR VISA-REQUIRED COUNTIRIES STUDENTS’)
Bank Name: Bank Of Ireland
Bank Address: 2 College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland.
Sort Code: 90-00-17
IBAN: IE55BOFI90001718870944
Account Name: Liffey College
Account No.: 18870944
Swift Code: BOFIIE2D

Please Note: This account is a client visa account. Funds will remain in
this account until the student’s visa application is determined. If the visa application is
refused, the fee will be refunded. Please be advised that here may be pre-indicated handling
charges, but these charges will be clearly stated in advance. Please allow FOUR WEEKS (20
working days) for the refund process to be completed from the date of request.

Pay to Study

  • No International sender/receiver fees
  • Payments processed within 48hours
  • Preferential exchange rates
  • 24 hour online tracking of all payments
  • 24 hour Customer Service
  • Receipt of all payments issued to sender/receiver
  • A more streamlined payment process

Using the PaytoStudy payment method is quick and simple. To make your payment today
please click on the following link:
https://liffeycollege.paytostudy.com/

Please note that the student reference number (on the offer letter) should be entered
in the transfer description field.

Payment Instructions / Guide lines Click Here