Business Office and Payment Options

The Business Office is open from Monday to Thursday from 9am to 5pm.
Contact us at

Business Office Payment Options

1. Bank transfers:

Stationsweg 11
2312 AS Leiden
The Netherlands
Attn. Stichting Webster Leiden Campus 

BIC /Swift code: ABNANL2A
IBAN: NL59 ABNA 0566 2733 73

Please ensure that student name and ID number are shown on all transfers.

2. Debit Card  on Campus (Pin)

3. Credit Card

a) On Campus - visit Business Office to pay
b) Off Campus - download authorization form (PDF) and submit this to 
    We accept Mastercard and Visa. 
Please note that we charge an extra fee for credit card payments: 3.75% of the transaction amount for credit card payments at the Business Office and 5% of the transaction amount for credit card payments remotely. These extra fees are only an estimate; the actual bank fees will be charged to your student account. 

Business Office Policies

Invoices are sent to students by email, please make sure that the Business Office has the correct email address.If the invoice needs to be sent to your parent please submit a FERPA release form (PDF) and provide us with the correct email address.If the invoice needs to be sent to your company please provide us with the necessary details.
Please contact the Business Office at if you have not received an invoice by the end of week one.

Students are financially responsible for all courses not officially dropped by the deadline.
Refund transfers will be made exclusively to the payer/sender of the relevant payment (unless authorization is provided by the payer for another addressee) with proper bank connection information. Refunds will typically be transferred in the same manner in which the funds were received. Refunds will be processed after week 4 of the semester.
Please note that transcripts, diplomas, enrollment letters or any other kinds of letters will not be released when an unpaid balance exists.

Please read our 2020-2021 payment policies:

Undergraduate Payment Policies 2020-2021
Graduate Payment Policies 2020-2021