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  • If you know the courses you wish to study, please proceed directly to the .
  • Indicative fees will show you the approximate cost of your study if you are not sure of the courses in which you wish to enrol.
  • There are administrative charges associated with late enrolment and late payment.

Updates for 2016 and 2017
Commonwealth Supported Students  Removal of up-front payment discount for HECS-HELP from 1 January 2017 Recent changes to the Higher Education Support Act (HESA) mean that the 10 pe...

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Commonwealth supported places
A Commonwealth supported place is a higher education place for which the Commonwealth makes a contribution direct to the University towards the cost of the student's education.  Prior to 2005, these were known as HECS places.

Indicative fee costs
Links to indicative fees for each program currently offered at UQ

Tuition fees
Information about the tuition fees payable by students enrolled in UQ programs

Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF)
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Charges for, and consequences of, late enrolment, late addition of courses and late fee payment
You may be charged a fee or your enrolment may be deleted if you: do not complete your enrolment on time, do not add all of your courses on time, or do not pay your fees ...

Domestic undergraduate full fee paying places
Undergraduate Programs 2008 was the last year the University offered full fee paying places to domestic undergraduate students. Domestic full fee-paying places are now only available to: domestic students completing an u...

Unit of Study Schedules
The below schedules of student contributions and tuition fees a...

Who is a domestic student?
Details of who is a domestic student as classified by the Commonwealth Government

Calculating your fees
Help with fee calculation

Link to the Australian Federal government website 'MyUniversity' for prospective and continuing higher education students to compare programs across universities in Australia