Students who do not have a credit or bank card available can pay their application fee by transferring funds from the bank of their choice to University Admissions in Sweden. 

We do not recommend that students who have access to a card use this method as it takes longer, is more complicated, and is less secure.

Bank payment instructions

  • Log in to your account on and go to the 'Application fee' page under 'My pages'.

  • Find your reference number and write it down. You MUST use this reference number when arranging the transfer of funds. Please be sure you use the reference number that matches the semester you are applying to and paying a fee for.

  • Next, you need information regarding name of recipient, the bank to send the funds to, and the account information. You can find this information on the 'Application fee' page. At the bottom of this page, there is a button 'To bank payment'. You must read and understand the terms and conditions and check the box indicated, then click on this button. There you will find all the information you need – print out that page.

  • Select the bank you wish to use and take your printed and filled out information sheet with you.

  • Inform your bank that you wish to transfer 900 SEK (Swedish kronor). It is best that we receive the funds in Swedish kronor.

  • If your bank cannot transfer Swedish kronor, they must transfer the funds in a currency amount which is the equivalent of 900 Swedish kronor. You are responsible for paying all fees associated with this transfer so that the final amount received at University Admissions in Sweden is 900 SEK.

  • Inform your bank of the payment deadline date and let them know that University Admissions in Sweden must receive your payment by that deadline.

  • Inform your bank that they must include your reference number with the transfer. This is very important! Without a reference number, we will be unable to match your payment with your application. We will not be able to credit you for your payment and will not return the funds.


Last updated: 08 April 2019