Costs for your course

How much will my tuition fees be?

Answer ID 115 | Last updated on 28/11/2022 09.02 AM

Domestic Students
Your tuition fees depend on:

  • The course in which you are enrolled,
  • The units that you study, and
  • Whether you are a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) student or a Full Fee Paying student.

Information on UWA's undergraduate and postgraduate course costs can be found on the Fees Calculator. Annual fees are updated on the calculator generally in November-December each year. Tuition fees are due to be paid in full by no later than the census date of the unit teaching period. Alternatively, if eligible to utilise a HELP loan, the completed Commonwealth Assistance Form (eCAF) must be completed on studentConnect and your tax file number provided by no later than census.

Every unit at UWA has been allocated to a fee band and has an associated study load. Unit fees are calculated using this information, along with the unit classification (undergraduate or postgraduate), and whether you are an Australian Commonwealth Supported or Full Fee Paying student, international student, or taking the unit through AccessUWA (assessed or non-assessed). 

International Students
If you are an international student studying in Australia, course costs can be found by using the Fees Calculator. Annual fees are updated on the calculator generally in November-December each year. Fees are due to be paid in full by no later than the end of the first week of each semester.

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