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Fees

Our fees compare very favourably with other Australian universities. The fees are reviewed annually by the Institute Council. The tuition fees charged by the Institute remain at approximately 90% of those charged by the University of Divinity.

The Institute is a member of the Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET) Australian Students Tuition Assurance Scheme (ASTAS). A pdf Statement of Tuition Assurance (321 KB)  will be provided to all prospective students as an attachment to their letter of offer.

To view the course and tuition fees for 2016, please pdf click here (315 KB) . Unless stated otherwise, the following fees apply for 2016:

Coursework Tuition Fees

AUD$1,455 per subject (including library fees).

Full-time students ordinarily undertake eight subjects per year. This means that annual fees will be around AUD$11,640 for full-time students.

Master's degree dissertations will be charged as four subjects in accordance with their credit point value.

Doctoral fees

AUD$13,540 per annum (full time) or AUD$6,770 per annum (part time).

Auditing

AUD$500 per subject.

Student Voluntary Contribution

The Institute requests that all degree students make a voluntary contribution of $70 per semester to subsidise the provision of the Institute Handbook, Subject Readers, photocopying, the Students’ Association and Common Room facilities and graduation. Audit students are requested to contribute $35 a semester. Those students wishing to opt out should inform the Registrar upon enrolment for the semester.

Scholarships

A number of scholarships are available which cover the cost of tuition. Applications for scholarships, arising out of financial need, are made to the Dean and reviewed by the Academic Board.

Please pdf click here (385 KB)  for a scholarship application form.

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