You are an international student if you are a temporary resident of Australia or a citizen of a country other than Australia or New Zealand.
Tuition fee charges
FedUni tuition fees are program-based annual fees. The schedule of higher education tuition fees for international students is available here. The annual tuition fee is based on a standard study load (full-time enrolment of 120 credit points or 1.0 EFTSL) per year unless stated otherwise. The tuition fees you pay will vary according to the degree you are studying and your study load.
Tuition fees are charged for each semester you enrol and you will pay fees according to your specific enrolment. Fees are calculated for each course by multiplying the course study load by the applicable program annual fee.
Tuition fees for students commencing 2018 onwards
For students who commence their program from 1 January 2018 tuition fees will be charged according to the annual fee applicable to the year in which they are studying. Tuition fees are reviewed on an annual basis and may increase each calendar year.
Fees are fixed for each calendar year (1 January - 31 December) and any fee increase will be applied at the beginning of each year. A student commencing in Semester 2 or Summer Semester may find that their total program cost will be slightly higher than if they had commenced in Semester 1.
Tuition fees for students who commenced prior to 2018
For students who commenced their program prior to 2018 tuition fees will remain fixed for the program duration. You will be charged the published annual tuition fee which applies to your year of commencement and you will retain this tuition fee rate for the duration of your program. If you change programs or commence a new program after 1 January 2018 you will be charged the annual tuition fee applicable to the year in which they are studying.
Future international students in fee-paying places should refer to the FedUni international study page for information on tuition fees for their respective program of study.
Current international students in fee-paying places will have received an offer into their respective program of study. Your offer letter sets out the conditions and costs of your study.
Tuition fee payment
International students are issued an invoice via my Student Centre for each semester in which they enrol. Full payment of the semester tuition fee charges must be made by the invoice due date. Visit our invoices page for further information regarding your online invoice. For more information regarding your semester payment due dates please visit our payment dates page.
We encourage you to consider making regular payments for your tuition fees so that you don't need to make full payment in a large lump sum. Payments of any amount can be made at any time as long as full payment is made by the invoice due date.
- undertaking a Higher Degree by Research or a coursework program and who have been awarded a scholarship for that study on the basis of merit following a competitive application process; or
- studying in Australia under a formal exchange program between an educational institution in their home country and FedUni.
Overseas student health cover (OSHC)
The Department of Immigration & Border Protection (DIBP) requires all international students on student visas and their families (on 'dependant' visas) to pay for health insurance during their stay in Australia. This applies to all fee-paying international students, international higher degree by research and coursework students who have scholarships, as well as international student exchange students. OSHC helps you to pay for medical care that you may need while you are studying in Australia.
FedUni will purchase health insurance on your behalf, through Bupa Australia and the OSHC fee is included in your offer letter. However, if you wish to purchase your OSHC through another provider please advise the International Student Admissions team of your membership details. A full list of fees and information regarding coverage and exclusions is available on the Bupa website.