Your tuition fees cover the basic cost of delivering your nationally recognised Swinburne course.
If you are a local student offered a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP), your tuition fees are made up of two parts: a portion subsidised by the Australian Government (you don’t need to pay this back), and your own student contribution (most students use a HECS-HELP loan to pay this).
Students not offered a CSP can still enrol on an upfront fee-paying basis.
To find out the exact amount you need to pay, log in to My Financials and view your Statement of Account and Tax Invoice. This always shows the current calculation based on your enrolment, and any loans and discounts you’ve successfully applied for.
Note: The cost of your tuition fees as shown on your Statement of Account may not match the cost outlined on your letter of offer. This is because your Statement of Account always reflects the most current information, with any additional fees or loans and discounts applied, as well as changes to your enrolment.
How do I pay?
You can pay your tuition fees and your SSAF for each teaching period up-front, partially, or defer the whole amount. These are your payment options:
Via a HECS-HELP (or FEE-HELP) loan from the government (and SA-HELP for the SSAF)