If you are not an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident, New Zealand Citizen or the holder of a Permanent Humanitarian Visa you are considered to be an International Student.
If you are a new International Student, your first semester fees will be detailed on your Letter of Offer and require up-front payment as well as your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC).
If you are a continuing International Student, after you have enrolled in your units, you will receive an email to your student email account to advise you of the availability of your Statement of Account (fee invoice) on SIMO which indicates the amount due.
To view the indicative (approximate) cost of the first year of your course, see the Fee Calculator.
To use the fee calculator, you will need to know your:
A late payment fee is charged when Tuition Fee payment is not received by the due date for the applicable teaching period.
This fee is automatically applied to your student record following the due date if full payment has not been made. This is a mandatory fee for all late payments and must be paid with your outstanding fees.
Rates of administrative charges including the late payment fee are detailed at Money Matters - Other Fees.
The Hardship Payment Scheme may be a payment option for you if you are a continuing international on shore student on a Student Visa who is temporarily experiencing difficulty in paying your tuition fees due to extenuating and unexpected circumstances that are beyond your control and directly impact your ability to pay your fees by the due date.
For further details including; eligibility, terms and conditions, and, application opening and closing dates, please click here.
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