Full fee payment on acceptance of a UWA course as an international student

As an international student, do I have to pay tuition fees for my whole course when I accept my offer at UWA?

Answer ID 985 | Last updated on 10/11/2022 02.07 PM

You do not have to pay your total course tuition fees before you start your study at UWA.

As an international student (undergraduate or postgraduate) you only have to pay tuition fees for one semester of your course when you accept your offer at UWA. The fee amount will be listed on your offer letter. Following this, you will be invoiced on a semester by semester basis at the start of the semester and the date payable by the due date listed on the Statement of Account which is available on studentConnect.

International course fees can be found on the Fee Calculator. Information on any other incidental fees applicable to study at the University of Western Australia are available on the Incidental Fees and Charges website.

Note: The amount you pay at the time of accepting your offer may reflect the tuition fees for the year prior to when you intend to commence your studies. As tuition fees are reviewed each year, the final amount due for your first semester of study may be slightly higher than the amount paid at acceptance. If this is the case you will receive a Statement of Account once your course has commenced to make payment of the difference. Tuition fees will not increase by more than 7.5% each year.

Note: A CoE to apply for a student visa cannot be issued until payment and acceptance documents have been received.

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