All domestic postgraduate courses at the University are offered as full fee paying. This means your place receives no financial contribution from the government and you are required to pay the full cost of the course.
Some postgraduate courses also offer Commonwealth supported places for domestic students, most are offered as full fee paying.
The due date for fees for domestic students is always 12 days before the census date for the teaching period in which you are enrolled. For example, if you are enrolled for Semester 1, and the census date is 31 March, your fees will be due on 19 March. This means you may have several different due dates in the year depending on the teaching periods in which you are enrolled.
You can see your personal fee due dates on your financial statement in Sydney Student. You can see the full list of fee due dates on the study dates page.
Tuition fees for full-fee-paying places are based on an annual course fee that is reviewed each year.
Annual fees are based on an equivalent full-time student load (EFTSL) of 24 credit points per semester or 48 credit points (1.0 EFTSL) per year. If your study load in any calendar year is more or less than 1.0 EFTSL your tuition fee will differ.
Indicative fees are available in Find a course.
For more information about payment methods, see paying your fees.
If you are eligible you may be able to access a loan through FEE-HELP to cover all or part of your tuition fees.