Domestic full-fee (FEE-HELP)
If you’re not offered a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP), you’ll pay the full fee for your course to the University.
Not to worry though, many students are eligible for FEE-HELP from the government to help cover the costs of their degrees.
FEE-HELP is mostly used by domestic students enrolled in a full-fee paying course. If you need to change courses, you may need to reapply.
As of 2021, the HELP loan limit is $108,232 -- but this rises to $155,448 for medicine.
You can get an idea of how much you’ll need to pay by using our domestic course fee calculator.
In many cases, the FEE-HELP loan will cover the cost of your course, but you will need to start repaying it at a later date.
If you’re eligible for FEE-HELP, you’ll need to apply before census date.
We’ll provide you a form to get a loan in plenty of time, so you don’t need to worry. However, you should make sure you meet any eligibility requirements such as residency status and make sure you have a tax file number (TFN).
We go into more detail on this on our dedicated Domestic Full-Fee page, but if you’d rather speak to somebody you can get in touch with Monash Connect.