Fees for summer and winter semesters
Faculties may offer their summer and winter units at the Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) or full-fee rate.
You’ll be charged at the following rates:
- 2019 summer A units: the 2019 rate
- 2020 summer B units: the 2020 rate
- 2020 winter units: the 2020 rate.
You'll also need to pay the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).
We’ll send you a fee statement based on your unit enrolment. If you don’t have a HELP loan, you must pay in full by the due date. See course fee payment dates.
If you’d like a HELP loan (and are eligible), you must apply by the fee due date or your census date (whichever comes first). Summer and winter unit dates may vary from standard dates.
Commonwealth supported place rates
If you’re a domestic student enrolled in an award course, your faculty may charge you the CSP rate for that unit.
The faculty may also choose to charge some CSP students at the full-fee rate (check with your faculty before you enrol to find out which rate applies).
You'll be charged at the full-fee rate for summer and winter units if you're:
- a graduate student
- an international student
- enrolling in a single unit
- enrolling in a cross-institutional unit and you’re not a CSP student at your home university.
If you’re a domestic student, you may be eligible for a HELP loan for your summer unit. To check your eligibility, see Commonwealth assistance residency requirements.