Fees for international undergraduate students
These pages outline the tuition fees for international undergraduate students as well as some other fees and costs you will need to consider when studying at the University of Melbourne.
Tuition fees are charged for each year that you are enrolled and you will pay tuition fees according to your specific enrolment in any given semester. The tuition fees are subject-based fees, which means you'll pay according to the subjects you are studying, not your course.
As a guide, we have published the estimated course fees for international students commencing an undergraduate course in 2013 and 2014. The tuition fees for subjects in 2015 and later will be published when available.
Our range of scholarships and awards can help relieve you of your study costs by providing living allowances and/or fee remission scholarships.International Undergraduate Scholarships
If you are commencing studies with us in 2014
Make sure you read the 2014 Terms and conditions, Tuition fee tables and the University’s Course Fees and Charges Policy, and Fees and Charges procedures before completing your administrative enrolment. Once you enrol, you will be bound by the University’s fees policy, procedures, terms and conditions, and are agreeing to pay tuition fees for every year in which you are enrolled.
For students commencing in 2015 or later, detailed fee information including tuition fee amounts and the fee policy covering your enrolment will be provided with your offer when available.
- Fee tables and calculations: How much will I have to pay?
- Other fees and costs: Things to consider
- Payments and refunds: When and how do I pay? What if I need a refund?
- If you are granted Australian permanent residency
- Fees glossary