Registration should be paid for either in a single payment or as 3 separate payments. Split payments must be made by direct debit.
A) By direct debit:
For the self-registration programme, please give the International Bank Account Number (IBAN) for the bank account being used for payments.
Pay in either a single payment or as 3 separate payments:
- 50% in July/September (registration date).
- 30% in the 1st week of December.
- The remaining 20% in the 1st week of March.
B) Payment by promissory note through a financial institution
Print 2 copies of the promissory note to make payment within three days in any branch of the following financial institutions: in Zaragoza and Huesca – Ibercaja (Grupo Ibercaja); In Teruel – Ibercaja (Grupo Ibercaja) and Caja Rural de Teruel.
Students must choose one of the following options:
- Present the promissory note to a teller and pay in cash or, if they have an account with the bank, pay from their account; by way of a receipt, one of the promissory notes will be returned duly validated.
- If they have an account with the bank, payment could be made at an ATM with an optical reader. After inserting your bank book or card, choose the bill payment option and follow the instructions given. Pass the bar code over the ATM reader, which will then immediately add the charge to the account used. Keep the ATM receipt as proof of payment.
- These promissory notes can also be used with the online academic bill service offered by Ibercaja (Grupo Ibercaja) on their website. Further information: http://academico.unizar.es/sites/academico.unizar.es/files/archivos/ficheros/secrevirtu/guia_pago_online_recibos_acad.pdf
C) VPT payment using a credit/debit card
Ensure the payment card is valid before using this payment method. Students may choose this "at distance" payment method to pay from the account associated with their credit/debit card. In this case, payment is online via the virtual payment terminal (VPT) at the University of Zaragoza.
Click on "Record" ("Grabar") to confirm registration. Students may choose between an immediate payment and a three-day delay via a link available from the "Virtual Secretary".
- Registration is not complete until payment has been received.
- Failure to pay the full amount (for the single payment option) or the part payment (for the split payment option) will mean registration is cancelled under the terms of current legislation, with the loss of all monies paid and the obligation to pay the outstanding amount should the student wish to register again in the future for this course or any other at the University of Zaragoza.
- The University will refuse to issue any qualifications or certificates corresponding to those subjects for which the student has payments outstanding. A surcharge may be added to this amount, which will be applied using the interest rate given in the annual budgetary laws.