Payment Options for Partners/Students from Pakistan

We offer convenient payment options for all our esteemed partners and students in Pakistan. You can make payments through our trusted Channel Partner, Student Counseling Services (SCS), using the following accounts:

Standard Chartered Bank

Account Name: Student Counseling Services
Account Number: 01612538701
IBAN #: PK82SCBL0000001612538701
Branch Address: Standard Chartered Bank, New Garden Town Branch Lahore, Pakistan

Faysal Bank

Account Name: Student Counseling Services
Account Number: 0274007000003179
IBAN # PK45FAYS0274007000003179
Branch Address: Karim Block Allama Iqbal Town Branch Lahore, Pakistan

Payment Guide

  1. Mention Your Details: Always include your full name and the purpose of payment when making the transaction.
  2. Email Receipts: After making a payment, please email a copy of the receipt, along with your full name, to This will help us match your payment with your records promptly.
  3. Overseas Payments: Payments made from overseas may take 4-6 weeks to be confirmed if sent via swift transfer.
  4. Payment Discrepancies: In case of any payment discrepancies, we will notify you. Please ensure that SCS receives the required fee. Any bank charges or overseas conversion rates are the responsibility of the payer. SCS will acknowledge payments once they are cleared and credited to its bank account.
  5. Foreign Currency Payments: If you are paying an equivalent amount in foreign currency, kindly contact SCS for the exchange rates applied.
  6. Contact SCS for Assistance: For payments in foreign currency or any billing-related inquiries, please reach out to SCS at beforehand.

At Ireland Education Office we are dedicated to providing you with the best services and assistance throughout your educational journey. Should you have any questions or require further support, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Thank you for choosing us as your trusted partner. We look forward to serving you!

Note: Please keep in mind that any bank charges, overseas conversion rates, or discrepancies in payment amounts are the responsibility of the payer.