All our courses list indicative fees but as an undergraduate student your course is Commonwealth supported provided you’re an eligible Australian citizen, New Zealand citizen or permanent resident.
Your course being Commonwealth supported means that your course fees are shared between the Australian government and you – with your portion being the student contribution amount.
You won’t have to pay your fees up front if you an Australian citizen or holder of a permanent humanitarian visa. You can get a HECS-HELP loan for your student contribution portion of your uni fees.
Most courses require textbooks or related materials and some courses require buying additional items like uniforms for clinical placement, or laboratory coats and safety glasses.
Some topics require fieldwork and excursions or out-of-city placements which can include expenses for transport, accommodation and food. There is some assistance from Flinders for these activities but allowances need to be made for these costs.
Most students will need to pay the student services and amenities fee. This varies depending on your course load.
Cost of living, and accommodation need to be factored in as well. We can help you find on- or off-campus accommodation.
Flinders offers a wide-range of scholarships to new and continuing students.
We also offer scholarships to students experiencing financial difficulties if financial need and academic merit can be demonstrated.
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The Commonwealth Government (Centrelink) provides financial assistance and grants to eligible students through schemes like:
There are a range of options for Indigenous student financial support.
Once you are at uni, you can speak to a financial advocacy officer in the Flinders University Student Association to get help and advice with all things financial like budgeting, grant information, service referral, eligibility for government assistance etc.
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