- Bank Account change
Use the details amendment form to notify us of a change to the account into which you wish your salary to be paid.
- Bus & Rail Passes
The University will purchase an annual bus or rail pass which you then pay for in 12 equal installments by a deduction from your pay
- Childcare Vouchers
The University operates a scheme whereby employees can opt to receive childcare vouchers in return for sacrificing part of their salary. This scheme is run by Computershare Voucher Services (formerly known as Busy Bees).
- Cut-off dates
Payroll cut-off dates
The University, via Cyclescheme, can purchase bicycles for employees seeking to commute to work by bike, on the agreement that the employee then repays the cost over a 12-month period from their gross pay which will produce tax and national insurance savings.
- Exchange Rates
Standard monthly $ and € exchange rates are used on SAP.
- Expenses Claim Form
Expenses must be claimed using either a downloadable excel version of FP16a or a pdf version of FP16a.
- Give As You Earn
You can opt to have GAYE deductions from your pay
- Mileage Allowances
Mileage allowances may be claimed when travelling on University business
- National Insurance
- Payslip messages
See FAQs for details on requesting a payslip message
- Per diems
Foreign subsistence may be reimbursed on a per diem basis, provided the place you are visiting is on the published list.
- Removal/Relocation costs
Full details can be found on the removal page
- Salary Costs
Current salary costs (including employer's NI & pension contributions)
- Salary Scales
Current salary scales
Full details re the conditions that must be satisfied before paying anyone on a self-employed basis.
- Subsistence Allowances
The actual costs of subsistence (up to certain maxima) may be claimed when travelling on University business.
- Take-home pay
General guidance re take-home pay compared to your gross pay.
- Tax Office
The University's tax reference is 190/U50. Other tax office details are on our homepage.
- Union deductions
You may opt to have Trade Union membership fees deducted from your pay