Fee invoices

Invoices are generated weekly, generally on a Wednesday or Thursday. All invoices for tuition fees are issued to students via ISIS. It is very important that you check your ISIS account frequently to ensure you're aware of your financial obligations and due dates.

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

If you believe there is an error with your invoice or if you have any questions, you should contact Student Central immediately.

As well as the points below, the understanding your invoice resources on this page may also be helpful.

  • Changes to your enrolment made after an invoice is issued will not be reflected in invoices already issued, and a new invoice may not be issued subsequently. For a current fee balance see your 'Account Information' in ISIS.
  • Commonwealth supported students who have elected to defer their student contribution to HECS-HELP will still receive an invoice indicating their student contribution amount. Students are able to pay a portion, or all, of their contribution amount up until the invoice deadline. Any outstanding amount after the census date will be automatically deferred. 
  • Students who have elected to defer their tuition fees to the FEE-HELP loan scheme will receive an invoice for information only - it does not need to be paid.
  • Students planning to defer any part of their fees to FEE-HELP or HECS-HELP must provide the Student Central with their tax file number (TFN).
  • Courses listed on an invoice do not necessarily reflect current enrolment. The invoice will only show courses that have been added or dropped in the relevant session since the previous invoice.
  • Invoices for tuition fees are issued on a semester or session basis. You are not required to pay fees for an entire academic year up-front.
  • All issued invoices, whether outstanding, paid or changed, remain in your ISIS account information for your records.
  • Invoices must be paid by the due date indicated on the invoice or a late fee will be applied. Non-payment of tuition fees may result in the cancellation of enrolment.

HECS-HELP upfront discount

In 1 January 2021, the Australian Government reintroduced the 10% upfront payment discount for eligible Commonwealth supported students. This discount will appear on the invoices for eligible students.

To receive the HECS‑HELP discount, you must be eligible for HECS‑HELP assistance. The upfront discount applies if the sum of your upfront payments is $500 or more towards courses of study with the same census date, or equal to 90% of the sum of your student contribution amounts, for courses of study with the same census date.

You will receive a discount of 10% on the upfront payment you make. Upfront payments must be made on or before the census date. You may choose to pay some of your student contributions upfront (minimum $500) and defer the rest with a HECS‑HELP loan.

If you have a band 1 course the fee is $498. This can be paid if you only have the one band 1 course.

Example only - HECS-HELP discount for full upfront payment of 90% of student contribution amount

Matthew is an Australian citizen. He is enrolled in four courses of study for his Bachelor of Engineering and his total student contribution amounts for the semester will be $4,384. Matthew is eligible for a HECS-HELP loan but he wants to pay his entire student contribution amounts upfront. To do so, he only needs to pay his provider $3,945 ($4,384 - 10 per cent i.e. 90% of his total student contribution amounts for his units of study) by the census date (amount is rounded down to the nearest dollar).

Example only - HECS-HELP discount for partial upfront payment of $500 or more

Grace is a permanent humanitarian visa holder. She is enrolled in four units of study for her Bachelor of Computing and her total student contribution amounts for the semester will be $4,384. Grace is eligible for a HECS-HELP loan, but she wants to pay half her student contribution amounts upfront ($4,384 ÷ 2 = $2,192) and use a HECS-HELP loan for the remainder.

As Grace's partial upfront payment is more than $500, she is also eligible for the HECS-HELP discount. Her upfront payment amount is multiplied by 1.1111 to determine the full value of her payment ($2,192 x 1.1111 = $2,435.53). The HECS-HELP discount has effectively increased the value of Grace's upfront payment, so she will only need to use a HECS-HELP loan for $1,948 (amount is rounded down to the nearest dollar).

For more information on the HECS-HELP upfront discount, please visit Study Assist