Fees listed are valid for students commencing their studies in the identified academic year and include the University's Student Service and Amenities Fee (SAAF). Students should be aware that tution fees will be subject to an increase each year of study at Flinders University.
Course information pages show estimated commencing year tuition fees. Tuition fees will be subject to an increase each calendar year of study at Flinders University. In the event of a variation between the fee advertised on the course information page and the approved university schedule of tuition fees, the approved university schedule will prevail.
Combined degrees and double bachelor/postgraduate degrees have two separate fees for the two separate components of the course. For combined degrees, eg. the Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice, the topics required for the Bachelor of Science will be charged at the standard Bachelor of Science rate. The topics required for the Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice component will be charged at the Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice rate. The total course fee for a combined degree will depend on how many topics from each degree are required.
Double bachelor/postgraduate degree courses (eg. the Bachelor of Clinical Science/Doctor of Medicine) also have two distinct fees. The bachelor fee applies to the undergraduate component and once you progress to the postgraduate component the postgraduate fee will be charged. The total course fee for a double bachelor/postgraduate degree course will be an addition of the two course fees.
Refer to the university schedule of tuition fees for the fees for individual courses.
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