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Fees and payment
Tuition fees for degree courses are charged on a per-subject basis for domestic students and on a per-course basis for international students, payable each semester. Most subjects are worth 10 credit points, although there are some subjects worth 5 and 20 credit points. Tuition fees vary between courses. All TAFE NSW fees and charges are reviewed on a yearly basis and are subject to change.
2018 fee schedule
Fees for domestic students
- Download the 2018 fee schedule for domestic students
- Download the 2019 fee schedule for domestic students
Fees for international students
Information about fees for international students is on the TAFE Australia website.
Fee payment options
An invoice will be issued to you when TAFE NSW receives your acceptance form, explaining the flexible terms available for payment of tuition fees.
You may be eligible to take out a FEE-HELP loan to help you pay your tuition fees. Or you can pay your tuition fees upfront by:
- Personal cheque, bank cheque or money order at your local Australia Post office
Cash is not accepted.
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Equipment and other costs
In addition to tuition fees, you may be required to purchase additional resources (such as equipment, protective clothing, licence fees and textbooks) for some subjects. You cannot use FEE-HELP to pay for these additional costs.