Billing and payments
Making a payment to UC
The Accounts Receivable staff issue invoices and receive all income for the University.
Please note: We do not accept cash payments.
Invoice payment options include:
- Online banking – see below for bank details
- Online via our website by credit card* or debit card
- If you have a student number any tuition fees should be paid via MyUC
- In person by cheque** or credit card* at the Student Finance Counter, Student Services Centre (located on Level 1, Matariki Building)
If paying by internet banking or our online application, ensure you include your customer / student number and invoice reference so that your payment can be processed without delay.
*Accepted credit cards are Visa and Mastercard
** As of 31 May 2021 our bank will no longer accept domestic cheques. As such we will not be able to take cheques as payment after 30 April 2021.
University of Canterbury bank account details are as follows:
Bank Name: ANZ Bank
Branch Name: Auckland (Q&V)
Account Name: University of Canterbury
Account Number: 01 1839 0036732 00
Swift (Routing) Number: ANZBNZ22
Bank Address: Corner Queen and Victoria Street, Auckland
Accounts Receivable queries should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone to 03 369 3467
Charging UC for goods or services
The University of Canterbury prefers to use a Purchase Order to buy goods or services. Suppliers need to quote the purchase order number on their invoice to ensure payment. The University of Canterbury has general terms and conditions which apply to all Purchase Orders raised by the University, unless the supplier is governed by a specific supplier contract. See our General Terms and Conditions of Supply v1.6 Revised 26Sept19 .
Supplier invoices must be sent to email@example.com
Receiving a payment from UC
We prefer to pay suppliers, employees and students by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). We prefer to send remittances by email so the remittance is sent on the same day as the payment. If this option is not available please contact Accounts Payable.