Graduate Finance Form

Funding Information

All new graduate students are asked to complete the form below with details of your funding arrangements and bank details prior to the start of term. Please make sure that all the relevant details are filled in so that the bill for your fees are sent to the correct person. These will normally be given in your award letter.

If you have any queries about completing the form, please contact the Graduate Administrator grad.admin@caths.cam.ac.uk

Note on Bank Details

***This is only for the College to pay money into your account,not to be able to remove money***

The College makes all payments to Students by BACS (Bankers Automated Clearing Services). This method is faster than using cheques and avoids the possible loss of cheques in transit.

Please supply the College with full details of your funding arrangements and UK bank account by completing the form below. If you intend to open an account when you arrive in Cambridge please let us have your details as soon as you can.

College Prizes, Awards and Bursaries
These will all be processed via this method to reduce the time it takes us to get your money to you. Due to the high transaction fees involved, we are unable to make payment into foreign bank account. If you do not have a UK bank account, awards and bursaries will be applied to your College bill.

Caution Money (Deposit)
The College will only refund caution money at the end of your time directly to a UK current account. If you change your bank account at any time please let us know by e-mailing billing@caths.cam.ac.uk.

Graduate Finance Form

If you will be using a non-UK mobile as your primary contact number during your course, please give this in the box above
Select all that apply
The College will only use the information given below to make payments into you account. We cannot use this information to make charges to your account.
Please complete this section if you do not yet have a UK bank account. We highly recommend that all students open a bank account in the UK, however if you chose not to do so, you will be responsible for paying any transaction fees.