Fee payment schedule for international students

tree

The fee payment process is as follows.

The first fee payment is made when you return your Acceptance of Offer to the University. This fee payment consists of half the indicative annual fee for the first year, plus your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) premium, and compulsory subscriptions such as the Student Services and Amenities fee.

After you complete your first semester at the University, you can choose to pay the remainder of your fees in one of two ways:

  • Payment of semester fee in full
  • Payment of semester fee by instalment

Payment of semester fee in full

At the end of your first semester the University will send you a detailed statement of fees along with your enrolment confirmation. This statement will show the total amount of fees owing for the second semester, and the due date, usually two weeks from the date of the letter. Any payment made after the due date will incur a late fee of $200.

Payment of semester fee by instalment

You can also choose to pay your course fees for the second semester in two instalments.

The first instalment needs to be at least 50 percent of the total, and must be paid by the due date printed on the statement of fees.

The remaining fee payment is due no later than 15 March (for the March semester) or 24 August (for the July semester). Payments made after these dates will incur a late fee of $100.

A non-refundable administration surcharge of $100 applies to instalment payments. This surcharge needs to be paid in full with the first instalment.

Late enrolment

If you are planning to commence your course in the March semester but you enrol after 28 February, the instalment payment method detailed above will not be available, as your due date for paying fees will be 15 March or later.

If you are planning to commerce your course in the July semester but you enrol after 10 August, the instalment payment method detailed above will not be available, as your due date for paying fees will be 24 August or later.