Australia

Fees

International students tuition fees 2019

Program Course length Fees 2019 (in AUD)
Academic English Preparation 10 week modules $425 per week
Foundation Program
(February, June and October start)
Standard (8 months) $24,300 per course
Extended (12 months) $33,000 per course
Diploma of Business 
(February, June and October start)
8 months $23,800 per course
12 months $26,300 per course
Diploma of Engineering
(February, June and October start) 
8 months
$28,000 per course
12 months $30,500 per course
Pre-Masters Business Program
Accelerated
(4 months)
$10,200
Standard
(8 months)
$18,800

Tuition fees for 2018/19 (listed above) are valid from 1 October ‭2018 for 2019 programs, and are expressed in Australian dollars (AU$). Please note that tuition fees do not ‭include the cost of text books or other study materials. Fees are subject to change without notice.

Please visit our How to Pay page to find out how to make a payment.

Australian/Domestic students tuition fees

Tuition assurance
Tuition assurance protects students in the event a course of study provided by an approved HELP provider ceases to be provided after it starts but before it is completed.

Important:
National tuition assurance arrangements for private Higher Education providers changed on 1 January 2018. The Government has implemented interim tuition assurance arrangements for the 2018 calendar year for FEE-HELP students. New tuition assurance arrangements are slated for commencement on 1 January 2019. For more information please visit the education.gov.au website.

During these interim changes, please note:

  • If you are a Full Fee Paying domestic student (i.e. you have paid full fees for your study) your tuition fees are no longer assured by Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET)
  •  If you are a FEE-HELP student (i.e. you have used a FEE-HELP loan to pay for your study) for tuition assurance services are being provided by the Department of Education and Training

There have been no changes which apply to eligibility for FEE-HELP. Details of eligibility are published by the Australian Government on the StudyAssist website.

View Schedule of Fees for Diploma courses 2018

View Schedule of Fees for Diploma courses 2019

‭Accommodation fees‭

2019
‭Accommodation
Weekly costs (AU$) 
‭On campus
Fees for on-campus accommodation at
Deidre Jordan
Village can be found at
flinders.edu.au/living
Rental (shared or single)
$125-$390 shared, or single

Living costs‭

Other living costs
Costs (AU$)
Milk (1 litre)
$1.51
Cappuccino (regular)
$4.23
Loaf of bread (500g)
$2.55
Meal in an inexpensive restaurant
$17.50
Fast food meal
$10
Utilities, entertainment and transport

Cinema ticket
$16.50
‭One-way local transport ticket
$5
‭Basic utilities e.g. electricity,
heating, water
$259.25 (monthly)
‭Internet
$78.95 (monthly)
‭Fitness club membership
$55.37 (monthly)

*Subject to change (source: numbeo.com/cost-of-living)

Additional fees

Fee type 2018 2019
Airport pickup $115 $120
Enrolment fee $335 $335
Stationary and textbooks $300-$500 $300-$500
Living cost per annum (estimate) $20,000 $22,000
Late payment fee $100 $100
Student Amenities Fee (SSAF) $273 $273
Excursions $5-$20 $5-$20
Fines for infringement of campus rules and regulations Carpark fine $40 Carpark fine $40
Re-issue Certificate - Duplicate Transcripts $0 $0
Additional Transcripts request $0 $0
Replacement of Student ID card $20 $20

Provider: Study Group Australia Pty Limited. CRICOS Provider Code: 01682E.

Life on campus

Flinders ISC

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