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 you know when your fees are ready to be paid.

Check ISIS regularly to ensure that you pay your fees before the due dates.

Note, if you have completed your HECS-HELP, FEE-HELP and/or SA-HELP forms you will still receive an invoice, but you do not have to pay the invoice as they will defer to your HELP debt. If you wish to pay part of your fees upfront, you can to do so by making a payment before the due date on the first invoice.

If you do not complete the HELP forms by the census date you will not be able to defer your fees to the relevant HELP debt.

If you are an undergraduate student and you do not complete your HECS-HELP form by the census date you will be cancelled from your program and will lose your Commonwealth Supported place.

International students

The tuition deposit you paid to accept your offer will, in most cases, pay your first semester tuition fees in full. In this case you will not receive an invoice until your next semester/session.

However, if you vary your program from that listed on your electronic confirmation of enrolment (eCoE), your tuition fee liability may also change. If your tuition fee increases to exceed the funds available in your deposit you will receive an invoice.

Your course fees will be invoiced in ISIS in the first two weeks of the semester. You will be emailed invoice notifications to let you know when your fees are ready to be paid.

Check ISIS regularly to ensure that you pay your fees before the due dates.

It is important to ensure that you pay your fees on time. Failure to pay your fees by the due date on your first invoice will result in a late payment fee for non-HELP supported students. A continued failure to complete payment by the census date will result in a cancellation of your place with the University.