International and Study Abroad fees: how to pay them

There are many ways you can pay your international student fees at AUT.

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Make sure you allow plenty of time for your payment to be processed by the due date. Your payment due date is printed on your fees invoice.

If you don't pay in full by the due date, you risk losing your place in class and AUT may suspend your access to university services. If you attend class without paying, contact the AUT Student Hub immediately.

Your receipt/payment acknowledgement

When your payment is received, AUT will send you a receipt/payment acknowledgement via email using the contact details you have supplied.

As an international student, you need a student visa/permit to study in New Zealand. You must present your receipt to Immigration New Zealand (INZ) as part of your visa application.

International students: Pay your fees online in your home currency

We have partnered with Western Union Business Solutions to provide you with the option to pay your fees online in your home currency using GlobalPay for Students. Students, parents and/or sponsors can pay NZD student fees in a currency of choice using this simple and secure payments platform.

To initiate your payment, please click here

Benefits for you:

  • NO transaction charges from us or Western Union Business Solutions
  • Favourable exchange rates compared to most banks
  • Track your payment online, step by step
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How it works:

  • Select the country you are paying from, specify how much you need to pay (in NZD) and choose your preferred method of payment
  • Enter your payment details
  • Make a payment online, through your bank or in person

To initiate your payment, please click here

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International bank transfer (telegraphic transfer)

You can use an overseas telegraphic transfer facility to pay your fee in $NZ from a home country bank:

  • Overseas transfers usually take up to 5-7 days for the payment to be received by AUT
  • Your transfer will incur bank charges from your bank and AUT’s bank - please make sure that your transfer includes enough money to cover both your AUT fees and bank charges
  • Email ipayment@aut.ac.nz OR bring it into one of the Student Hubs on campus
  • Send the receipt/remittance to ipayment@aut.ac.nz


Overseas bank transfers paid in $US are subject to intra bank buying and selling rates at the exchange rate on the day when the transfer is processed. This can result in the student payment incurring a gain or loss of payment over which AUT has no control.

Details of AUT's bank

Account name: Auckland University of Technology
Bank name: ANZ BANK NZ Ltd
Branch: Cnr Queen and Victoria Streets, Auckland, New Zealand
Account no: 01-01-02-0014577-04
Swift code: ANZBNZ22058
Reference: Student ID number, family name and first names (ensure that the bank provides these details)

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In person at the AUT Student Hub

Pay by cash¹, EFTPOS, cheque², or credit card at:
  • City Campus: Level 2, WA building
  • North Campus: Level 1, AS building
  • South Campus: MB Building

¹ Only available at the City and North Campus. Cashiers can't accept cash after 3pm.
² Only available at the City and North Campus. If you pay by cheque, write your name, student ID, address and programme of study on the reverse of your cheque.


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Pay by post/courier

Send your New Zealand bank draft/cheque to:

University Fees Office
AUT
Level 9, WO Building
56 Wakefield Street
Auckland, New Zealand
Attention: Fees Payments

Make sure you write your AUT student ID number and name on the back of the cheque.

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Credit card payment

Complete your credit card details on the payment advice included with your invoice and:
  • Email ipayment@aut.ac.nz OR
  • Fax it to +64 9 921 9985 OR
  • Mail to: University Fees Office, AUT, Private Bag 92006, Auckland 1142, New Zealand

Financial guarantee or scholarship

If you are sponsored by foreign governments/organisations, you need to provide AUT with a copy of the financial guarantee prior to the start of the programme.

You can:

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Last updated: 17-Jan-2018 3.03pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.