5. Fees

Going to university is a big financial commitment, but don’t let the cost of study deter you. Your education is the best investment you will ever make.

Tuition fees

If you enrol as an international student, you will pay international tuition fees. 

Students commencing in 2017 and 2018

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.

A complete list of indicative annual fees is available:

Please note that indicative annual fees assume you are enrolled in a full-time study load. Fees for less than a standard full-time study load are pro-rated.

UQ reviews fees annually. Indexation applies to all fees no matter when you commenced your studies. The indexation rate is usually fixed 18 months in advance, so you can plan your finances ahead of time.

Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF)

Most Australian universities charge a compulsory annual Student Services and Amenities fee (SSAF).

The SSAF is used to fund 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.

Going to university can mean paying for accommodation, books and study materials, transport, parking and more. To help you budget, check out our living costs guide to see what an average student can expect.

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Your senior schooling is from Australia

If you’re currently studying Year 12 (either in Australia or offshore) or the International Baccalaureate (IB) in Australia, submit your application online through the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC).

Apply to QTAC
 

All other international applicants

If you’re an international student not currently studying Year 12 or the International Baccalaureate (IB) in Australia, submit your application directly to UQ.



Apply directly to UQ

Dictionary of UQ Terminology

What does that mean?

When you come to university you will hear a lot of new terms: here is an explanation of some of them.

Dictionary of UQ Terminology

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