View course fees in Sydney Courses
To view fees for a particular course, search for your course in Sydney Courses. When you find your course, you will find fees in the Essentials pane on the right hand side of the page.
You will be able to see the Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) fees for domestic students as well as fees for international students.
Information for domestic students
Most of the domestic students who study at Sydney University are Commonwealth supported. These students have most of the cost of their education paid by the government but must also contribute towards this cost themselves. Some units of study (subjects) are more expensive to teach than others, so the amount students contribute depends on units of study students choose to study. It is possible for Commonwealth-supported students to calculate the cost of individual units of study.
If you're a Commonwealth supported student and an Australian citizen or holder of a Permanent Humanitarian Visa, you can choose to pay your contributions upfront or to obtain a HECS-HELP loan from the Commonwealth. A HECS-HELP loan is repaid through the tax system once you are working and your income reaches a threshold (currently $44,912). If you choose to pay your student contribution upfront, you receive a 20% discount. If you are a permanent resident of Australia or if you are a New Zealand citizen you have to pay your student contribution upfront and you are not eligible for the 20% discount. Your student contribution is calculated twice a year (before each semester).
Visit the University's costs, fees and financial support page to learn more about study costs for domestic students.
Information for international students
Visit the University's costs and fees for international students page to learn more about costs and scholarships for international students.
A compulsory Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSA fee) was introduced by the University to support the provision of non-academic student services and amenities across all campuses, and will be distributed to support priority areas such as
- advocacy and information
- health, welfare and career
- clubs and societies and other student led activities
For more information about the fee and fee charges, visit the University's Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSA fee) information page.