Tuition fees do not include text books or course materials. Other costs not covered by tuition fees include overseas student health insurance and visa fees. After initial deposit, tuition fees are payable in instalments, four times per year.
Course fees will be outlined in your Letter of Offer and also in the Acceptance Agreement that you must return with the initial payment when accepting your offer.
Melbourne Polytechnic’s International Office will send reminder letters outlining the fees payment schedule prior to the end of each semester. Fees can be paid by credit card, electronic transfer or by bank cheque.
Skills Recognition Fees and Charges for International Students
Have your prior experience and qualifications assessed for skills recognition.
Credit Transfer (T) – No fees apply
nb: fees will be charged per student contact hour (SCH) at the eligible student hourly tuition fee rate.*
*The Skills Recognition fees and charges may be subject to change. Skills Recognition fees and charges are paid on top of the tuition fees.
Tuition fees can be reduced when Skills Recognition results in a shortening of the course duration by one semester or more for certificate, diploma and advanced diploma courses. For associate degree and bachelor courses, fees can be reduced on a per-subject basis.
Payment of Fees
You are required to pay course fees and overseas student health cover fees before you arrive in Australia. We prefer fees to be paid in Australian dollars, with acceptable methods of payment being credit card (quickest method), telegraphic transfer, and bank draft/cheque.
Fees should be made payable to: ‘Melbourne Polytechnic’ and sent to
Melbourne Polytechnic International Office
77 St Georges Road
Preston VIC 3072
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Last Modified: October 5, 2016