Costs & fees

Costs associated with your study at ANU will depend on a number of things, including your study program and whether you’re a domestic or international student. Find out more about costs and fees associated with studying at ANU.

Commonwealth assistance notice »

After the census date passes students enroled in Commonwealth supported places or electing to use FEE-HELP will be provided with an electronic...

Cost of living »

The Department of Immigration & Border Protection recommends budgeting A$18,610 per year to cover the cost of a single student living away from...

Domestic non-award student fees »

Domestic students undertaking courses as part of a non-award program, that is a program not leading to a Degree or other award, are required to pay...

Domestic postgraduate coursework student fees »

Postgraduate coursework programs are normally undertaken by someone who has completed an undergraduate Degree or obtained significant relevant...

Domestic postgraduate research student fees »

All domestic students enrolled in a postgraduate research program, such as a Doctor of Philosophy or Master of Philosophy, are enrolled under the ...

Domestic tuition fees »

Most domestic graduate coursework and non-award students at ANU are required to pay domestic tuition fees (DTF). The amount of DTF a student must pay...

Domestic undergraduate student fees »

Undergraduate programs are typically the first degree taken at university, and include Bachelor Degrees, Diplomas and Associate Degree programs. The...

Fee information for new students »

Domestic students Your course fees will be invoiced in ISIS in the first two weeks of the semester. You will be emailed invoice notifications to let...

Fee invoices »

Invoices are the official notification indicating the amount students owe the University for tuition fees. All invoices are issued in Australian...

Fee refunds »

Under the circumstances outlined below students may be eligible for a full or partial refund of their fees, or removal of student contribution...

FEE-HELP »

The Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) is a loan scheme provided by the Australian Government to assist higher education students to meet the...

HECS-HELP »

The Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) is a loan scheme provided by the Australian government to assist higher education students to meet the...

HELP Loans for New Zealand Citizens  »

The Australian Government has passed legislation, effective from 1st January 2016, to provide Higher Education Loan Programme (HELP) loans to New...

How fees are calculated »

The tuition fees you are charged are based on your enrolment. Each course you enrol in has an associated fee. From year to year tuition fee rates can...

Incidental charges »

    Aside from tuition fees, student contribution and the student amenities fee, the following administrative charges may be levied on students. Late...

International student fees »

International students at ANU are required to pay international student fees (ISF). The amount of ISF a student must pay is determined by the courses...

Late fees »

Students who have not paid or deferred their tuition fees by the due date will incur a late fee. Late fees are applied in multiple instances and...

Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) »

It is a condition of an Australian student visa that the student holds valid overseas student health cover (OSHC) for the entire duration of their...

Overseas student health cover duration & costs »

It is a condition of an Australian student visa that the student holds valid overseas student health cover (OSHC) for the entire duration of their...

Payment methods for Domestic Students »

On-line Credit or Scheme Debit cards (Mastercard & Visa ONLY) Paying on-line through ISIS means that your payment will display immediately on...

Payment methods for International Students »

Western Union Business Solutions (WUBS) Anyone making a payment from overseas can take advantage of Western Union Business Solutions. It is more...

Problems, Appeals, Complaints? »

We aim to provide a learning environment and experience that is enjoyable, rewarding, and prepares our graduates (you) for the future. We do...

SA-HELP »

SA-HELP will form part of the suite of HELP loans offered by the Australian Government. All Australian citizens and humanitarian visa holders...

Services & amenities fee »

On 11 October 2011, the Australian Parliament passed legislation allowing universities and other higher education providers to charge a fee for...

Sponsorships »

Many of the University’s students are sponsored by a third party such as a university, government agency or employer. Parents or any other individual...

Student contributions »

A tuition fee is set for each course. If you are a Commonwealth supported student, the Australian Government pays the majority of the tuition fee....