Fee tables and calculations

Every undergraduate subject at the University has a study load and as been assigned to one of the three student contribution bands shown in the table below. Most undergraduate courses require students to enroll in subjects from more than one student contribution band for a total study load across all subjects of 100 credit points per year.

The total amount you are charged is the sum of the fees for all subjects in which you enrol.

The Handbook lists all the subjects you can take in your course and their corresponding subject codes. The subject EFSTL value can be used to work out the cost of each subject.

  • 2014 Student Contribution Amounts

    Discipline

    Annual student contribution amount for 1 Equivalent Full-Time Student Load (EFTSL).
    Your actual student contribution will be charged by subject.

    Band 1

    Humanities, behavioural science, social studies, education (see Notes), clinical psychology, foreign languages, visual and performing arts, nursing (see Notes)


    $6,044 per standard year*

    $755 per standard subject (12.5 credit points)

    Band 2

    Mathematics, statistics, computing, built environment, other health, allied health, science, engineering, surveying, agriculture


    $8,613 per standard year*

    $1,076 per standard subject (12.5 credit points)

    Band 3

    Law, accounting, administration, economics, commerce, dentistry, medicine, veterinary science


    $10,085 per standard year*

    $1,260 per standard subject (12.5 credit points)

Notes for the 2014 Student Contribution Amount tables:

*Services and amenities fees: Students in a Commonwealth Supported Place will also be charged a services and amenities fee in addition to their student contribution amounts (See Other fees and costs).

Pre-2010: If you began your course of study prior to 1 January 2010 you may be considered a pre-2010 student.

  • In 2014, pre-2010 students will be charged $4,836 per EFTSL for education and nursing subjects.

Working it out - an example fee calculation

Andrew is a domestic student who enrolls the Bachelor of Science in 2014, commencing in Semester 1. He enrols in 8 subjects for a total of 100 credit points
(1 EFTSL), or a standard full-time study load for one year of study:

  • 6 Science subjects (12.5 credit points each)
  • 1 Humanities subject (12.5 credit points)
  • 1 Built Environment subject (12.5 credit points)

The student contribution amounts in 2014 are $8,613/EFTSL for Sciences, $6,044/EFSTL for Humanities, $8,613/EFTSL for Built Environment.

Andrew's total contribution for 2014 is calculated as:

(6 x 0.125 x $8,613) : 6 Science subjects
+ (0.125 x $6,044) : 1 Humanities subject
+ (0.125 x $8,613) : 1 Built Environment subject
$8,291.88