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Payroll Services

Getting Paid

Staff salaries are paid on the last banking day in the month.  Please refer to the table on the 'getting paid' tab of the Payrol Function area of the Financial and Legal Services web page to determine the exact date.

The Payroll team also pay the following bursary payments:

Studentships - paid on the 15th of each month

Teacher Trainer Bursaries - paid on the 5th of each month (10 months - October to July)

Copy payslips are available through myHR and can be printed if they are required for a third party e.g. confirmation of earnings for a benefit application or mortgage application.  For the small number of staff who do not have access to myHR please contact a member of the payroll team.

Members of staff can update their personal details, including bank details, through myHR.

Log in to MyHR --> Click on tab 'My Self' in upper left hand corner --> Click 'personal profile' under My Personal Information --> Click on the small pencil next to 'Main Bank' in Bank Information section.

In the event this does not work, please e-mail a member of the Payroll team and they can make the change on your behalf.

Please note: New details will not be accepted over the telephone.

The pay dates are unchanged over the Christmas and New Year period:

December salaries are paid on Monday 31st December 2018.

Income Tax

Your P60 is an important document and should be kept in a safe place as it will be needed if you are required to complete a self assessment income tax return.

If you are unable to locate the P60 that has been issued to you please contact a member of the payroll team who will be able to help.

The tax reference number for employees of the University is:


This can be found in the top right hand corner box of your payslip.

Further information regarding Income Tax can be found on the Financial and legal Services web pages.

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