My Payslips

The My Payslips app is the only method for staff to view their current pay statement, as of January 2017 we no longer print paper payslips for regular staff. You can also view, save and print your pay slip from the previous 12 months period.

Your payslip is available at the end of each month on the day before pay day.

You can access your online payslip via desktop, tablet or mobile from anywhere using your university log in.


A list of supported browsers by device type can be found here.

Payslip Known Issues can be accessed here.


Frequently Asked Questions

Payslip FAQ's will be updated regularly in response to any feedback/support queries;



What is an online payslip?

An online payslip is simply an online version of the paper payslip which you usually receive.

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Why has the University introduced online payslips?

Online payslips have been introduced as part of the E-Enablement Project which is a transformational change programme to deliver Employee Self-Service across a range of HR and Payroll processes

Online payslips provide several advantages to staff and the University including: 

  • they can be accessed quickly and easily from any computer, on and off campus
  • staff can access previous online payslips
  • online payslips help the University to meet its commitment to reducing its environmental impact by reducing the amount of paper printed, and the energy required to deliver printed payslips around the campus

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 How/where do I access my online payslip?

You can access your online payslip by following these simple steps:

Step one: Either by clicking on the MyApps link of the staff homepage, or visiting the URL;

Step two: click on the ‘My Payslips’ tile.

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Will the online payslip affect my pay or pension?

No, the online payslip is simply a change in the way that you receive notification of your pay. Your pay will still be transferred via BACs directly into your bank account on the last working day of each month as normal.

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How long will my online payslip be available to view for?

You will always be able to access your most recent payslip online, plus the previous 12 months of payslips.

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Do I need a new username and password?

No, your usual network username and password grant access to the My Payslips App.

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When in the month will I be able to view my online payslip?

Online payslips will normally be available at least one working day before salaries are paid. You will not receive formal notification that your online payslip is available to view.

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Can I access my online payslip at home?

Yes, you can access your online payslip from any computer by logging into MyApps although as with any confidential information, it is recommended that caution is exercised when using shared computers, or computers in shared offices or public areas.

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Can I print my online payslip?

Yes, online payslips can be printed in the same way that you would print any other document when using a pdf viewer. Simply select the print icon in the pdf viewer, which will appear above your payslip. Your payslip will print on your default printer so you are advised to ensure that this is a printer that you will be able to access immediately to collect your printed payslip. As with any confidential information, it is recommended that caution is exercised when using shared printers, or printers in shared offices or public areas.

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Can I view my online payslip on a Mac or PC?

Yes, online payslips can be accessed via both Macs and PCs.

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How often can I view my online payslips?

As often as you like.

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Will I receive my P45 and P60 online?

P45s will continue to be provided to staff as printed documents in line with HMRC instructions. Copies are not available so it is important to confirm your forwarding address. It may be possible to issue P60s online in the future but this will not apply for year ending 5 April 2017 and a paper version will be issued to your work correspondence address.

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My mortgage lender and/or bank requires a hard copy of my payslips, can I still receive paper payslips if required?

Financial institutions such as mortgage lenders should accept a printed copy of your online payslip. If you experience any problems, you can request an authorised payslip or Statement of Earnings from the Payroll Office. Please note that there may be a short delay in providing this information e.g. if the request is received during the period in which payroll is running.

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Are online payslips secure?

My Payslips requires you to re-enter your user name and password to access your payslips. However, as with any confidential information, it is recommended that caution is exercised when accessing or printing online payslips using shared computers and printers; or computers and printers in shared offices or public areas. My Payslips will perform an automatic log off if the app has been idle for more than 2 minutes.

You are advised to take the following security precautions: 

  • Don't leave your computer or mobile device logged on to MyApps or My Payslips, either log off and close your browser session, or lock the screen
  • Don't share your password with anyone

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What should I do if I think the details on my online payslips are not correct?

If you wish to query any part of your online payslip please contact the Payroll Office.

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Do I need to view my online payslip to get paid?

No. You will still be paid automatically on the last working day of each month, regardless of whether or not you have viewed your online payslip. However, it is recommended that all staff view their payslips on a regular basis, to check that payments and deductions are correct.

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How will I be able to access my online payslips if I leave the University?

 Your online access will end if your employment at the University ends. It is recommended that staff who leave the University access and print the payslips that they require – e.g. those for the current financial year - before their employment ends.