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If you are enrolled in a Domestic Fee Paying course you must pay the full cost of your course without a subsidy from the Australian Government, before the census date for the teaching session. However, as a full fee paying student you may be eligible for FEE-HELP to assist in paying your tuition fees.
If you are an Australian citizen or a holder of an Australian permanent humanitarian visa you have the following options:
- receive a FEE-HELP (opens in a new window) loan for the full tuition fee
- pay some of the tuition fee up front and receive a FEE-HELP (opens in a new window) loan for the balance of the tuition fee.
- pay the full tuition fee up front
I want to receive a FEE-HELP loan for all or part of the tuition fee
As part of your enrolment through MyStudentRecords (MySR) you need to complete an electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form (eCAF). Ensure you have lodged your Tax File Number (TFN) on this form and submitted it by the census date of the teaching session you are enrolled in.
Please double check your eCAF, as failure to provide full and accurate information and not making a payment could result in your enrolment being cancelled.
FEE-HELP (opens in a new window) may be available to both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
New Zealand citizens and holders of an Australian permanent resident visa (other than an Australian permanent resident humanitarian visa) do not have access to FEE-HELP loans and must pay the full tuition fee up front. However, under recent changes, some New Zealand citizens may be eligible for a Fee Help loan. See the Changes to Fees for New Zealand Citizens page to find out more.
I want to pay the full fee up front
See the Paying your fees page for your options for making payments.