UK and EU Pre-settled / Settled Student - Halls Fees Payments (Treforest Campus)

Accepting your halls offer (Treforest Campus)

To accept your halls offer go to and log in with your RMS ID and Password (these are provided on your Accommodation offer email).

Make sure you accept the licence agreement and (as a minimum) pay the £200.00 pre-payment towards your halls fees.   

If you have any difficulties accepting your offer online please contact us as follows:

Telephone: 01443 482845

Email: [email protected]

UK and EU Pre-settled/Settled Students Payment Option 1 – Full advance payment prior to taking up occupancy:

By secure online payment using a credit or debit card

  • Visit Unilife Online Payments and follow the instructions. 
  • Log in with your University ID number and Date of birth (your University ID number is provided when you log in to view and accept your room offer via the accommodation portal
  • If you are unable to complete payment online please email Accommodation Services at [email protected]

Pay your halls accommodation fees using CIBC 

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University of South Wales has partnered with CIBC to provide you with an easy and secure method of sending international fee payments for your halls accommodation. CIBC is set up for International Payments only via all major debit and credit cards, Bank Transfer, etc.

Please go to the CIBC website to begin the payment process 


UK and EU Pre-settled/Settled Students Option 2 –  in three separate installments

If you wish to spread the cost of your hall fees into three separate installments throughout the academic year, the University offers a recurring credit/debit card payment plan option.  When you have accepted your halls offer and paid your £200 pre-payment, you can go ahead and set up your payment plan.  To set up the plan go to:

Note: installment plans must be in place before moving in to your accommodation.  The instalment amounts are not equal to the number of bed nights in each academic term, they are divided into equal instalments for ease of administration.