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Fees
Domestic
students
WHAT FEES DO I PAY?
As a domestic undergraduate student
you will enrol in a Commonwealth
Supported Place (CSP), which
is subsidised by the Australian
Government.
You pay a student contribution amount,
with the amount determined each year
by the Australian Government, based
on the subjects in which you enrol. The
exact cost of your student contribution
depends on the subjects you take, not
the course you are studying.
Payment of the student contribution
amount can be made upfront, or can
be deferred through HECS-HELP for
eligible students.
STUDENT SERVICES AND
AMENITIES FEE
You will be required to pay a Student
Services and Amenities fee (SSAF),
which in 2013 was $273 for full-time
students and $204 for part-time
students. A government-funded loan
scheme will be available to enable
eligible students to defer payment of
the SSAF. Information about the SSAF,
including the amount you will pay in
2014, will be made available at:
futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/
admissions/fees/SSAF
OTHER COSTS
Other costs to consider include
general course costs, costs of living
(if you are moving to Melbourne),
club memberships, Student Union
activities and Melbourne University
Sport services. For more information
about these costs, as well as advice on
planning and budgeting, go to:
services.unimelb.edu.au/fnaid
HECS-HELP is the Australian
Government’s Higher Education
Loan Program. It enables you to
borrow the amount of your student
contribution and then pay the loan
back once you are in the workforce
and earning at a specifed level.
HECS-HELP is available to eligible
Australian citizens and permanent
humanitarian visa holders who
are enrolled in a Commonwealth
Supported Place (CSP).
HECS-HELP
To fnd out more about CSPs and
HECS-HELP, go to:
studyassist.gov.au
Full details about fees:
futurestudents.unimelb.edu.
au/admissions/fees
More info
STUDENT CONTRIBUTION AMOUNTS 2013
Discipline
Annual student contribution
amount for 1 equivalent full-time
student load (EFTSL)
QW
Your actual student contribution will
be charged by subject
Band 1
Behavioural Science, Clinical
Psychology, Education, Foreign
Languages, Humanities, Nursing,
Social Studies, Visual and
Performing Arts
$5868 per standard year
$734 per standard subject
(12.5 credit points)
Band 2
Agriculture, Allied Health,
Built Environment, Computing,
Engineering, Other Health,
Mathematics, Science, Statistics,
Surveying
$8363 per standard year
$1045 per standard subject
(12.5 credit points)
Band 3
Accounting, Administration,
Commerce, Dentistry, Economics,
Law, Medicine, Veterinary Science
$9792 per standard year
$1224 per standard subject
(12.5 credit points)
Q
EFTSL (100 credit points) represents a standard annual full-time course load.
W
An up-front payment discount of 10% is available to Australian citizens and holders of
permanent humanitarian visas for payments of $500 or more made to the University by subject
census dates.
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