If you're not sure whether you're an international or domestic student or whether you'll be studying an undergraduate or graduate degree, answer our short quiz to find out. Otherwise, choose the links below that best suit your needs.
Domestic undergraduate students
International undergraduate students
Domestic graduate students
- Fees for 2013 and 2014
- Options to finance your graduate study
International graduate students
Single subject study | Community Access Program (CAP)
Study abroad and exchange
If you are a domestic or international student, it is important that you read the relevant fee policy and procedures before enrolling. Once you enrol, you will be bound by the fee policy and procedures, as well as the terms and conditions relating to your tuition fees if you are an Australian fee-paying or international student.
The University's Course Fees and Charges Policy and related Fees and Charges procedures are available from the Melbourne Policy Library.
Course Fees and Charges Policy (MPF1050)
Fees and Charges for Commonwealth Supported Places Procedure (MPF1051)
Fees and Charges for Domestic Fee Places Procedure (MPF1212)
Fees and Charges for International Fee Places Procedure (MPF1213)
Fees and Charges for Research Training Scheme Places Procedure (MPF1211)