Payment options

Students can make a full or partial payment of tuition fees and there are a number of ways that this can be done, please see below:

Mesarya Education House accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Maestro cards.

Bank to Bank transfers

If you opt to pay your fees directly into MEH’s bank account, it should be noted that this can take up to 10 working days to be completed and to credited your student account.
Please make sure you put your student ID number, or full name, at the start of the banking reference.

Please ensure that payments made directly into MEH’s bank are processed in time for you to complete registration within the specified period.

Deposit Payments

Once you receive your offer, you need to make a deposit to our bank account in order to secure a letter of acceptance. The deposit indicates a commitment to accept the offer.

The deposit is strictly non-refundable, and ince you are enrolled, amount will be deducted from your fees.

The quickest and easiest way to make your deposit is online, using a credit/debit card, or by bank transfer.
You will need to copy the payment receipt to Mesarya Education House in order to secure your place.


Early tuition payments

You can make either a  full or partial fee payment in advance of registration. This facility is open to any applicant who has accepted an Unconditional Offer for a course at Mesarya Education House (excluding pre-session English courses).

If you are unable to pay online, or would like to discuss payments with an advisor, please call the Student Service Centre on: +90 392 228 49 89, between 9am and 5pm,  Monday to Friday. Alternatively, email is at:

Further information

Once you have received your Confirmation of Acceptance (Acceptance Letter), you will be able to travel to North Cyprus to begin your studies at Mesarya Education House. Without this letter, you may not be allowed to enter the country.


To complete the financial aspects of your registration, Mesarya Education House needs to be aware of who will be paying your tuition fees. A sponsorship letter is required if payment is to be made by a third party sponsor (e.g. a charity, a commercial organisation, an international organisation or Student Finance).