When matriculating automatically, you can only pay on-line and print the receipt. corresponding to the first instalment. For receipts corresponding to subsequent instalments, use the receipt management application.
IMPORTANT: You do not need to present a receipt at the University, but it is very important that you keep the receipt, as you may be asked to produce it if there is no record of payment in your transcript.
a) If you live in Spain.
Payment with Santander ELAVON card (electronic or card payment). Maestro, Mastercard, Visa and Visa Electron credit and debit cards are all valid. Very important: Make sure your card has activated the 3-D Secure system or similar. Have your card ready before starting the process. Before using this form of payment please read the following important information. If you are uncertain how to use this method of payment, do not start the process.
- If you choose this form of payment, you must maintain it throughout the course.
- Receipts will be presented for payment on the fifth day of each month. If these payments are bounced, they must be paid immediately using the bank receipt available from MI PORTAL, (“My receipts”)
- When matriculating automatically, you must supply the following details: bank account for charging the receipts, in which you must appear as account holder. If this form of payment was not chosen when carrying out auto-matriculation but you later wish to do so or to notify any change in your account details, you must fill in the “SEPA standing order form” available from MI PORTAL and hand it in at the Postgraduate and Non-Regulated Studies Students Office before the 25th day of each month.
Bank receipt: Payment in cash at any branch of the Banco Santander upon presentation of two payment receipts. The Bank keeps one copy and the other is for the student.
b) If you live outside Spain.
Payment with Santander ELAVON card (electronic or card payment). Maestro, Mastercard, Visa and Visa Electron credit and debit cards are all valid. On-line payment. Have your card ready before starting the process. Before using this form of payment please read the following important information. If you are uncertain how to use this method of payment, do not start the process.
The public fees payment receipt is issued in the student's name. If it is to be paid by a public or private Company or Institution, this body should request the issue of an invoice within the payment period stated on the receipt using the form Factura abono del importe de matrícula (Registration fee payment invoice). Once the invoice has been requested, the receipt cannot be used for the purposes of payment.
Failure to pay in whole or in part will not be regarded as a request to cancel matriculation. Accordingly, the student will not be treated for administrative purposes in the same way as if he or she had requested cancellation of matriculation.
Failure to pay will entail:
Your records will be suspended.
Communication to the Master’s Academic Committee and, if you are a non-EU student, to the competent immigration authorities so that they may adopt whatever measures they may deem appropriate.
Demand for payment of outstanding registration fees from previous academic years, when you reregister for a UAH course.
Refusal to issue qualifications and certificates when you have outstanding payments, with these sums subject to a surcharge equivalent to the official interest rates for the period.