As a student, you may need to pay a number of fees throughout your studies, depending on your degree and your enrolment status. These fees may include student contribution and tuition fees. If you're eligible, you may also be able to obtain a HELP loan for payment of your student contribution or tuition fees.

International course fees

As a prospective international student, you are required to pay your fees for the first teaching session before you can be enrolled as a Western Sydney University student. Tuition fees must be paid no later than the census date for each teaching session. You will be advised of your exact fees on your official offer letter, including tuition fees and compulsory Overseas (International) Student Health Cover.

Note: In order to meet the entry requirements for a postgraduate degree, students undertaking the Postgraduate Qualifying Program may be required to study an English Enhancement Program (EEP) at an additional cost of $3,800. More information on entry requirements.

Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)

OSHC is a compulsory health insurance policy that is required for the issue of a Student Visa.

After receiving an offer of a place at the Western Sydney University, you will usually be asked to pay for OSHC unless you already hold a policy. Find out more about Overseas Student Health Cover.

Student Services and Amenities Fee

Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) is a fee all students pay, which funds student support services, employment and career advice, health and welfare, study skills programs, orientation, and overseas student services. More answers to your questions about SSAF.

Domestic course fees

Undergraduate 

As an undergraduate student at Western Sydney University you have been offered a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) and are considered a Commonwealth Supported Student.

Commonwealth Supported Students benefit from Australian Government contributions to the cost of you fees and you need to pay the remainder, which is called your Student Contribution. Your Student Contribution depends on the discipline area of each of your units. Discipline areas are divided into different Student Contribution bands. Find out more about Commonwealth Supported Places or calculate your own Student Contribution.

Postgraduate

The postgraduate courses at Western Sydney University, Sydney City Campus are Domestic Fee Paying courses. To find out how much your course fees are, please view the link below.

2016 Postgraduate tuition fees [PDF, 24.85 KB] (document last updated 21 April 2016)

Student Services and Amenities Fee

Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) is a fee all students pay, which funds student support services, employment and career advice, health and welfare, study skills programs, orientation, and overseas student services. More answers to your questions about SSAF.