As an international student at UQ, you will pay international tuition fees. How much you pay depends on what program you will be studying.
Tuition fees for international students commencing a UQ program in 2017 or 2018 are program-based. This means all courses within a program are charged at the same tuition fee rate for a given academic year.
For specific information about tuition fees, choose a relevant page:
There are several ways you can pay tuition fees. There may also be a student loan program offered by your home country to cover some of your educational expenses.
MPhil and PhD students are charged a tuition fee each research quarter.
Tuition fees for a Professional Doctorate (Research) are charged:
Tuition fees are indexed annually.
Professional Doctorates (Research) include:
Tuition fees do not apply to Higher Doctorates.
Most Australian universities charge a compulsory annual Student Services and Amenities fee (SSAF).
SSAF proceeds are used for non-academic services for students, including sports and recreation, employment and careers advice, child care, and food services.
The maximum annual fee for 2017 is $294. UQ charges the SSAF according to your mode of attendance (internal/external) and enrolment load (full-time/part-time). The fee is indexed annually.