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  • Payment of fees must be made by the Payment Due Date each term. 
  • You can find the payment due dates here:
  • Fee-Help application form must be completed via eStudent before the Payment Due Date (if it is your first time to apply for Fee-Help). 
  • If you have had a break in study, or have re-applied or articulated to another program, you MUST complete a new Fee-Help form via eStudent before the Payment Due Date.
  • If you are unable to pay your fees by the payment due date, your enrolment will be cancelled for any unit/s with outstanding debt. This will occur shortly after the payment due date.
  • If your enrolment is cancelled, this means you will not incur any academic or financial penalties for your units. If you wish to return to your studies, provided that your enrolment is active, you simply need to re-enrol into units for the following term, and ensure that you fees are paid before the payment due date to avoid cancellation of enrolment.
  • For all students who either pay or provide valid FEE-HELP forms by the payment due date, they remain liable for the fee if they choose to withdraw after census date. The exception would be if the student is putting an application in for withdrawal due to ‘special circumstances’.
  • Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) was introduced to our programs at the end of 2018. Full-time study load (8 credit points per term) will incur $75 per term, and a part-time study load (2 or up to 6 credit points per term, including students granted approval to study above normal study load) will incur $37 per term.
  • Melbourne students enrolling in Sydney units will be liable for the SSAF.
  • A HECS-HELP or FEE-HELP form does not cover the deferral of the SSAF They may, however, defer the fee through SA-HELP.