Fees for Summer School 2018

  • Tuition fees are determined based on the student’s residency status, academic year of study, and the course enrolled in.
  • Tuition fees are calculated at the same fee rate as for the same units in Semester One or Two of that academic year.
  • Summer School fees are the same as those in Semester One or Two under the same course enrolled in.

Domestic Undergraduate students in a Commonwealth supported place (CSP)

All domestic undergraduate students studying award courses are automatically offered a . Commonwealth supported place (CSP) when they apply to the University. This means the Australian Government subsidises their course fees and they only have to pay the balance of the fees or the “student contribution” amount set by the University for their particular study

Eligible domestic students in CSP places may defer their Summer School fees to HECS-HELP.

From 1 January 2017, changes to Australian Government legislation came into effect, removing the 10% HECS-HELP discount on any upfront payments made to the University and the 5% bonus for voluntary payments of a HELP debt to the Australian Taxation Office.

Domestic Postgraduate Students

Most domestic postgraduate students study in a fee-paying place.

The Australian Government does not subsidise fee-paying places. However, the government-funded loan program FEE-HELP is available to eligible domestic postgraduate coursework students to assist in paying their tuition fees.

A limited number of Commonwealth supported places (CSPs) may be available for some postgraduate courses, on a competitive basis. Refer to your specific course in sydney.edu.au/courses to determine if it offers CSPs.

International Students

International students are charged at the full-fee paying rate.

The tuition fees for single undergraduate and postgraduate degrees (coursework and research) are based on an annual course fee.

External student tuition fees

Tuition fees are determined based on the student’s residency status, academic year of study, and the course enrolled in at the University of Sydney.

Cross-Institutional

Cross-Instititional students may be eligible for HECS-HELP or FEE-HELP.

Non-Award

Non-Award students are charged at the full-fee paying rate and are required to pay the fees upfront.

Audit

Audit students Tuition fees for "not for credit" study are charged at 75 percent of the published subject fee for a local student.

Public Administration Students, Faculty of Arts and Sciences

The fees listed do not apply to students enrolled in the Graduate Diploma or Master of Public Administration, or through ANZSOG in the Executive Master of Public Administration. Please consult with the Faculty of Arts and Sciences concerning your tuition fees.

Annual reviews

All tuition fees are subject to annual reviews and increase each year, effective at the start of each calendar year.

Other costs associated with Summer School study

Some units may involve additional costs such as textbooks, course notes, fieldwork, travel or other expenses.

Confirmation of tuition fees

Once you have been enrolled in the subject, you will be able to view your exact tuition fees in your Student Financial Statement. This statement will be generated and available in Sydney Student (go to 'My finance', 'Your finances', then 'View financial statements'), within 24 hours after you enrol.

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