Fee information for new students

Domestic students

You will be issued with invoices for your course fees via ISIS.  It is important that you check ISIS regularly to ensure that you pay your fees by the due dates.

You will still be issued with an invoice even if you have completed your HECS-HELP, FEE-HELP and/or SA-HELP Commonwealth Assistance Forms. Students who are eligible to defer their fees to a HELP loan do not have to pay the invoice as the fees will be deferred to HELP following the census date. If you wish to pay part or all 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 have a Commonwealth Supported Plase and you do not successfully complete your HECS-HELP Commonwealth Assistance Form by the census date, you will be cancelled from your program and lose your Commonwealth Supported place.

International students

The initial deposit you make goes towards your Overseas Health Cover (OSHC) and your first semesters fees. 

It is a requirement that all Australian Student Visa Holders have valid OSHC for the entire duration of their studies in Australia. OSHC is a private health care arrangement which helps cover the costs of medical treatments should you get sick or have an accident while in Australia. You can read more about OSHC here

The rest of your deposit will be credited towards your first semesters course fees. Please note that the initial deposit will likely not cover all of your Semester fees and you will still need to to make an additional payment for the outstanding amount.

You will receive an invoice on the ISIS account after the fees have been charged. You are required to make the payment by the deadline stated on your ISIS account and fee invoice. If your fees are not paid by the due date, your enrolment will be cancelled.


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