As an international student (that is, a student that is not an Australian citizen or permanent resident visa holder, New Zealand citizen, or Australian humanitarian visa holder) there are fees that you pay to attend the University:
As an international student, you are not eligible for Australian Government assistance or HELP loans and are required to pay the full international fee for your course. If you receive sponsorship or a scholarship towards your fees, you are required to pay the remaining balance of your fees.
These fees do not include overseas student health cover, living costs (such as accommodation) or any additional costs for equipment and materials such as textbooks.
The due date for fees for international students is always 30 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 1 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. All payment dates are also available on the study dates page.
For more information about payment methods, see paying your fees.