Postgraduate coursework programs are normally undertaken by someone who has completed an undergraduate Degree or obtained significant relevant professional experience.
The type of fees you are required to pay depends on whether you are Commonwealth supported or not. Your offer of admission will indicate if you have been offered a Commonwealth supported place.
All students will be issued with an invoice via ISIS within a few days of enrolling in their courses.
Most domestic postgraduate coursework students are not Commonwealth supported. Students who are not Commonwealth supported are required to pay:
domestic tuition fees
services and amenities fee
Eligible students may defer their domestic tuition fees to FEE-HELP. This includes some New Zealand citizens. New Zealand citizens can check this website to see whether they meet the eligibility requirements.
Domestic tuition fees are shown on the fees tab of the relevant course page on the Programs and Courses website.
In 2022 the University has approved grandfathered fees for students studying courses in the disciplines of Management, Commerce and Economics within certain postgraduate programs.
Grandfathered Fees for continuing domestic students in Management & Commerce, MBA and Economics in nominated programs
Fee per 48 units
Fee per unit (rounded to the nearest $5)
Management & Commerce
Grandfathered fees only apply to those courses in the nominated programs with disciplines Management and Commerce (FOE 08) and Economics and Econometrics (FOE 0919). All other courses will be charged at standard 2022 rates.
Nominated Programs for grandfathered fees
Master of Accounting
Master of Applied Accounting
Master of Professional Accounting
Master of Commerce (Advanced)
Master of Actuarial Practice
Master of Actuarial Studies
Master Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Management (in teach out)
Master of Marketing Management
Master of Project Management
Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Master of Leadership
Master of International Management
Master of Business Information Systems
Master of Applied Economics
Master of Economics
Master of Economic Policy
Master of Financial Economics
Graduate Diploma of Economics
Master of Applied Finance
Master of Finance
Master of Financial Management
Master of Financial Management and Law (Financial Management courses only)
Master of Environmental and Resource Economics
Master of International and Development Economics
On 19 October 2020, the Job-ready Graduates Package passed in parliament. This means from 1 January 2021, there will be some changes to Australia's higher education student contribution bands.
From 1 January 2021, the Australian Government reintroduced the 10% upfront payment discount for eligible Commonwealth supported students.
To receive the HECS-HELP discount, you must be eligible for HECS-HELP assistance. The upfront discount applies to upfront payments of $500 or more made on or before the census date of the enrolled session.
You will receive a discount of 10% on the upfront payment you make. You may choose to pay some of your student contributions upfront (minimum $500) and defer the rest with a HECS‑HELP loan.
Your student invoice located on your ISIS account will display the 10% discount for eligible students. If you do not to make an upfront payment by the census date of your enrolled session, you will not be eligible to receive the 10% discount and the full cost of your tuition fees will be deferred to your HECS-HELP loan.
For more information on the student contribution bands and HECS-HELP upfront discount, please visit Study Assist
Some domestic postgraduate students are offered a Commonwealth supported place where a portion of your tuition fee is paid by the Australian government. As a Commonwealth supported student, you are required to pay:
student contribution amount
services and amenities fee.
Eligible students may defer their student contribution to HECS-HELP. This includes some New Zealand citizens. New Zealand citizens can check this website to see whether they meet the eligibility requirements.