Tuition fee rates apply for a full academic session beginning 1st August to 31st July in the following year. Fees are subject to annual revision and are due in full at the start of Semester 1.
Overseas fees for students on one-year full-time taught postgraduate programs and postgraduate research programs are subject to annual revision and are typically increased by approximately 5% per annum.
Overseas/International students commencing a full-time taught degree program lasting more than one year after 1 August 2018 will be charged a fixed annual fee rate for the duration of their degree studies.
Students commencing their studies in Semester 1 who withdraw before 31 January will be liable for 60% of the annual tuition fees. Students commencing their studies in Semester 2 (January) who withdraw before 30 April will be liable for 60% of the annual tuition fees. If he/she withdraws after these dates, he/she will be liable for payment of the full session fees for the program of studies and will not be entitled to a refund. Students who receive their Semester 1 course results after the 31 January deadline, may at the discretion of the University, be considered to be liable for 60% of the annual tuition fees. Discretion will only be considered during the two week period following the Semester 1 course results being published.
At the discretion of the University, a full refund of tuition fees may be made to students who withdraw from a program with appropriate academic approval within the first couple of weeks of starting their studies.
Undergraduate students funded by the Student Awards Agency will not be liable for tuition fees if they withdraw before 1 December. The full annual tuition fee will be paid for all students in attendance at 1 December. Undergraduate students in receipt of a tuition fee loan from the Student will be liable for 25% of their tuition fee loan, if they withdraw before the start of Semester 2. If they withdraw before the spring vacation, they will be liable for 50% of their tuition fee loan. If they withdraw after the spring vacation, they will be liable for the full tuition fee loan.
Part-time intermittent study (applies to students taking taught programs offered on a part-time intermittent study basis and students repeating individual courses). Students who withdraw from a course within six weeks of the course start date, and their course registration is deleted by the School, will be entitled to a full refund of the course tuition fee. After six weeks from the course start date, if Student Administration is informed that a student is to be withdrawn from a course, the course fee will be due in full.
At the discretion of the University, a refund of tuition fees may be made to students who withdraw from a program with appropriate academic approval. Any refund due will be calculated pro rata from the approved withdrawal date.