As an international student at UQ, you will pay international tuition fees. How much you pay depends on what program you’re studying.
Tuition fees for international students commencing a UQ program in 2016 or 2017 are program-based. Program-based fees mean all courses within a program are charged at the same tuition fee rate for a given academic year.
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There are several ways you can pay your tuition fees. UQ participates in and can help you apply for student loan programs offered by your home country to cover some of the educational expenses you will incur as a full-time student at UQ.
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.