University Course Fees
Below you will see the list of current course fees.
Commonwealth provided loans are available to assist eligible students to pay their course fees and there are a range of university, government and privately funded scholarships and prizes.
2018 student contributions
The Australian Government recently announced proposed increases to tuition fees for students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place (CSP). It is proposed that CSP fees will increase by 1.8% in 2018 and continue to increase to a total of 7.5% by 2021. The fee rates for 2018 will be available later in the year once the Government has confirmed the applicable amounts.
More information on how these measures might affect you
2017 University Indicative Course Fees
Course fees may change without notice and will be affected by a student’s unit selection and any credit awarded in recognition of previous academic experience.
|Course||Eligible for HECS-HELP||Eligible for FEE-HELP||Estimated course fees*|
|Bachelor of Communication||$19,047|
|Bachelor of Design||$19,047|
|Bachelor of Social Science||$19,047|
|Bachelor of Education||$25,396|
|Bachelor of Business||$31,788|
|Master of Teaching (Primary)||$37,824|
|Master of Business Administration (MBA)||$38,796|
|Master of Professional Accounting||$38,796|
|Graduate Certificate of Business Administration||$12,932|
|Graduate Certificate of Professional Accounting||$12,932|
*Note that these unit costs are for domestic students only.View courses for more info