Fee paying places are available in a number of postgraduate coursework courses and are offered to Australian and New Zealand citizens, permanent residents and permanent humanitarian visa holders.
- How much will I pay as a fee paying student?
- Am I eligible to defer fees?
- Does the student services and amenities fee apply to me?
- Other questions about fees
Offers for fee paying places will be made via SATAC or a University Faculty office.
For more information on the application process for courses at Flinders University, please see the How to apply page.
How much will I pay as a fee paying student?
Each year the University determines a range of fees for particular subject areas grouped by topic codes. The subject areas determine how much you will be charged for each of the topics you study. Tuition fees in 2015 can be found on the Fee-paying student tuition fees page.
What will I pay for each topic?
At Flinders University, a full-time student is expected to complete 36 units of study each year. This typically equates to enrolling in 4 topics per semester (8 topics per year), as most topics are worth 4.5 units each.
To calculate the cost of each topic, multiply the fee per unit for the relevant topic code by the number of units for the topic. See the Postgraduate Coursework Tuition Fee calculator for more information.
Australian citizens and permanent humanitarian visa holders are eligible to defer fees via the FEE-HELP scheme, which operates in a similar way to HECS-HELP. FEE-HELP may be used to defer part or all of the fee paying tuition fees each semester by completing a Request for FEE-HELP assistance form during enrolment before the census date.
New Zealand citizens and permanent residents are not eligible to defer fees, and must pay tuition fees upfront each semester.
The FEE-HELP Booklet 2015 (PDF 279KB) details your responsibilities as a student if you choose to accept a FEE-HELP loan (subject to eligibility). Hard copies of the booklet are also available from Student Finance Services in the Student Centre on request.
See the FEE-HELP page for more information.
As a general principle it is expected that all students will pay this fee irrespective of course or course level. However some exceptions may apply, please refer to student services and amenities for additional details.
If you still require more information about fees at Flinders University, then you may want to visit other Fee information pages. Alternatively, if you have a specific question about fees, please contact Student Finance Services.
Once you have enrolled at Flinders University, you can also access Ask Trim for frequently asked questions and answers, and to request support online.