How to pay for your course

All Undergraduate students registering with RCSI in their first year must pay a minimum of 50% of fees before registration, with the balance due by 31 January.

In subsequent years, 50% of fees are due before the start of the first semester, with the balance due by 31 January.

Payment methods

We currently offer three tuition fee payment methods.

1. Payment by electronic wire transfer

This can be done using the bank account details below:

Account name: RCSI Student Fees Account, Bank of Ireland, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2

Account number: 10044074

Sort code: 90 00 84

IBAN no: IE75 BOFI 9000 8410 0440 74


2. Transfermate

Students can also pay their RCSI tuition fees using the Transfermate (a third-party payment service) facility. This is particularly useful if you require a receipt for visa or travel purposes, as you will receive confirmation/receipt of payment immediately.

Benefits of Transfermate

  • You can make the payment in your own country and currency.
  • You will receive confirmation of payment/receipt required for your visa application directly from your local bank when you make your payment.
  • You don’t need to contact RCSI directly.
  • It’s fast: we receive the exact amount you have paid within 48 hours.
  • The service is secure.
  • You won’t incur international bank charges
  • Credit card payments can be accepted from most countries – however, please note that a 3% service charge applies to credit card payments.

Full details on how to use Transfermate can be found here.

Please note:
When making your payment through wire transfer or Transfermate, please reduce the fee amount requested in the offer letter by the deposit you have already paid.

3. Scholarship payments

If you are in receipt of a government scholarship from your home country, you must present the guarantee letter in lieu of payment.

RCSI will then invoice the sponsoring body/government post-registration, once full confirmation of your scholarship has been provided.  

Please note:
Depending on your embassy’s requirements, we may need you to provide additional information.