Your Eligibility

Student Exchange
Study Abroad
  • You are currently enrolled or eligible to enrol at an overseas university
  • Your university does not an exchange agreement with Flinders University
  • Your GPA is 4.0/7.0 (pass) or equivalent
  • If English is not your first language you meet our level one English language requirements
Level One English Requirements

The official level one English language requirements for exchange and study abroad students applying to Flinders University are:

Other evidence of English language proficiency may be accepted. Evidence of English language proficiency must be no more than two years old on the proposed date of commencement of the course.

Your Costs

How much are tuition fees?

Student Exchange    

Students pay tuition fees to their home university.  

Study Abroad    

The Study Abroad fee covers tuition, administrative costs, one academic transcript on completion and any laboratory fees.

Flinders University charges a flat fee of AUD$2,250 per topic and students can enrol in a minimum of 3 topics and a maximum of 5 topics; the normal full time enrolment is 4 topics.

AUD$6,750 per semester for 13.5 Flinders units (equivalent to 3 topics)
AUD$9,000 per semester for 18 Flinders units (equivalent to 4 topics)
AUD$11,250 per semester for 22.5 Flinders units (equivalent to 5 topics)

Please note tuition fee does not include field trips, lecture notes, stationery, text books and course materials.

What about other pre-arrival costs?

Don’t forget about:

  • visa fees
  • travel insurance 
  • flights
  • health cover
How much should I budget for living costs?

Living costs to consider when planning your exchange will include:

  • accommodation
  • food
  • transport
  • additional travel around Australia
  • personal expenses.

Study Adelaide provides a student guide for average living costs in Adelaide on their website.

You may also like to view the returned student reports from exchange students who have studied at Flinders which detail their monthly expenses.