Postgraduate Research Fees
Research higher degrees have no tuition fees for Australian residents/citizens.
Fees do apply, however, if you are an international student. These may be covered by a scholarship in addition to receiving a stipend for living costs - you must check with the scholarship provider. See International Office website for more details.
|Program||Mode||Duration in Years*||Intake||HECS||Fees|
|Doctor of Philosophy in Veterinary Science||Research & Thesis||4||MJ||HECS Exempt||Fee information|
|Master of Veterinary Science||Research & Thesis||2||MJ||HECS Exempt||Fee information|
|Master of Science in Veterinary Science||Research & Thesis||2||MJ||HECS Exempt||Fee information|
|Coursework Masters degrees such as Master in Veterinary Public Health, or Veterinary Public health Management, Master in Animal Science, Master in Animal Breeding Management, Master in Veterinary Studies and master in Wildlife Health and Population Management.||Research & Thesis||1 but most students take these courses part-time.||MJ||HECS Exempt||Fee information|
M=March (semester 1); J= July (semester 2)< p> * Indicates expected normal duration
Please note: the fee is an annual fee and will increase each year.
Postgraduate Coursework Fees
Unit of Study Fees
All postgraduate coursework programs offered by the Faculty of Veterinary Science are fee-paying courses. The University’s tuition fees are reviewed annually and may be varied during the period of study. The exact tuition fee for your course will depend upon the number of credit points in which you enrol each semester.
For more information about course fees please refer to the course information page.