Your student contribution amount will depend on the subjects you choose to study each year.
If you'd like to view current or previous student contribution amounts, see 2018 and previous years' discipline bands and student contribution amounts.
It's also important you read and understand the University's 2019 tuition fee terms and conditions before accepting your offer and enrolling in a degree.
How subjects are calculated
The cost of each subject is determined by the discipline fee band it's grouped into and its study load. These fee bands are determined by the content of the subject, not the course.
subject study load (as fraction)
x subject fee ($ per study load)
= cost of subject
Most undergraduate courses require you enrol in subjects from more than one discipline fee band for a total study load across all subjects of 100 credit points (1 EFTSL) per year.
For more information on subject fees, view the University Handbook
Student Services and Amenities Fee
You can find fees owing on your Statement of Liability with due dates and instructions on how to pay.
You can pay your CSP student contribution amount up front through your student account or defer part or all payment through HECS-HELP for eligible students. No discount applies for up-front payment of Commonwealth Supported Places.
Please note: The Higher Education Support Legislation Amendment (Student Loan Sustainability) Bill recently passed in parliament. This will result in a loan limit for HECS-HELP loans as well as lower income thresholds for loan repayments. To find out more, see Study Assist HECS-HELP
You can also pay your Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) up front through your student account or, if you're eligible, defer payment of the SSAF by applying for SA-HELP assistance.
If you want to pay any fees up front, you can pay online or over the phone using BPAY®. To find out how, login to your student account, view your Statement of Liability and follow the instruction on how to pay.
Unpaid fees and refunds
Funding your studies
There are financial loans, scholarships and bursaries that can hep you pay your student fees and other living expenses.