What are my fees and charges?
There are a number of costs associated with your University education, but there is also some financial assistance available to students.
A summary of the fees and costs associated with a University education
Higher Education Loan Programme (HELP)
The Higher Education Loan Programme is a suite of income-contingent loans funded by the Commonmwealth Government for Australian citizens and holders of a permanent humanitarian visa.
Scholarships and financial assistance
There is some financial assistance available to students:
The Higher Education Loan Program (HELP). A suite of loans funded by the Commonwealth Government for A...
How to pay
All tuition fees, up-front HECS-HELP student contributions and Student Services and Amenities fees must be paid by the fees due date for the semester, trimester, research quarter, MBBS rotation or teaching period. If you change your...
Policies and procedures for refund of fees and costs
Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF)
Removal of financial liability
Students enrolled in standard semester courses who withdraw:
after March 31 in first semester,
after August 31 in second semester, or
after the summer semester cen...
Refunds for International students
Policies and procedures for refunds for International students ...
Insurance cover for students undertaking course placements and work experience
The University provides student personal accident, public liability, and travel insurance cover to enrolled students undertaking course placements that are a requirement of their program. In addition the University may cover enrolled students who wi...