Fees and costs
You will need to pay fees to study at the University of Canberra. Fees are due end of week 1 of the teaching period that you are enrolled in. The amount you pay will depend on what you are studying and the type of student you are enrolled as. For example, domestic and international student fees are calculated differently.
International student costs
- Find out more about international student fees and rates.
Domestic student costs
- If you are a domestic student you may also be eligible for a HELP loan that will allow you to defer your fees.
- You may also be eligible to have your fees subsidised by the Commonwealth Government as a Commonwealth Supported Student. Find out if you are eligible for a CSP or Commonwealth Supported Place.
Domestic student fees are divided into the following 3 categories and the amount you pay depends on which category you belong to:
You are an undergraduate student if you:
- have completed secondary school and are studying a bachelor's degree.
You are a postgraduate student if you:
- have successfully completed an undergraduate degree or have equivalent experience and are studying a graduate certificate, graduate diploma, masters or PHD.
You are a non-award student if you:
- are studying an individual unit or subject but not an entire degree.