Deakin University Tuition Fees 2023-2024
Deakin University Tuition Fees 2023-2024; Deakin fee estimator
Deakin fee estimator
The cost of tuition varies at Deakin depending on the course you choose, the sort of student you are, and if you qualify for credit for prior learning. To learn more about tuition costs and any possible financial aid that may be available to you, select your student type from the list below. You have the option of enrolling in a non-award course or an award course as an international fee-paying student. The data listed below are for students taking an award course.
Depending on when you started your degree, you will be assessed different tuition fees for each study session. The prices shown below are for certificate programs. The Deakin Fee Estimator can be used to assess your tuition costs if you are enrolled in a non-award unit. It’s important to understand the expenses involved with attending university and the ways in which, given your situation, you could be able to lower these expenses.
They are here to help you along the journey, whether it’s by assisting with questions about tuition costs or motivating you to submit an application for scholarships that are appropriate for your circumstances. The fees estimator can provide you with an idea of what your course fees would be by entering your information below, allowing you to make an educated decision about investing in your future.
Estimate your fees
- Your course tuition expenses are based on your student type, the course you are taking, and the year you start. The fees estimator displays the Deakin University tuition costs for the course you’re thinking about taking.
- Select an option in each field to get an estimate of your tuition costs. The study possibilities you’re thinking about should be reflected in your choices.
- To choose a course, begin typing the name or code of the one you want to take, then make your choice from the drop-down menu.
- To estimate course tuition costs, use the fee estimator simply as a suggestion. On Estimate your course and unit prices, you can see specific unit costs.
Undergraduate students – domestic Tuition Fees
You will be enrolled as a domestic undergraduate student in either a fee-paying or a Commonwealth-subsidised place (CSP).
Your contribution to the cost of your tuition fees will vary depending on the type, of course, you are enrolled in.
Postgraduate students – domestic Tuition Fees
Although some postgraduate courses offer Commonwealth-sponsored spots, the majority of postgraduate courses are fee-paying places (CSP). A place where all fees are paid in full is one for which the university receives no government financing.
Although you could be qualified for a Government FEE-HELP loan, students enrolled in these institutions are responsible for covering the entire cost of their courses. Your tuition charges are determined by the year you started taking the course.
Students that are enrolled in a CSP only need to pay a portion of the course cost. The term “student contribution” is used to describe this.
How are my tuition expenses determined?
The tuition fees you pay as an international student enrolled in an award course will be determined by:
- your course
- the year you started studying
- your study load
Your tuition fees are determined by the units you enroll in if you started your course earlier. This indicates that your expenses are determined by the units you select to study rather than a set course price. Depending on how much it costs the University to provide each unit, various units have varying rates. For instance, units that need laboratories or specialized equipment could be more expensive than units that don’t.
Below is a list of fee schedules. You can use the Deakin Fee Estimator to estimate your tuition costs or consult the tables below. Each academic year, tuition costs are subject to increases of up to 6%.
Application process: Australian students
You can apply directly to Deakin College if:
You are submitting an application for an October or June starting Deakin College program.
You are not currently enrolled in the typical Australian Year 12 curriculum, but you are applying to a Deakin College course that begins in March.
For the March intake, the VTAC Change of Preference rounds has ended.
The application process for international students
Step 1: Choose your dream degree
The first step is deciding which degree and campus are best for you to pursue. Browse our study areas with Deakin’s Find a Course tool, or use the convenient search options to locate the degree of your dreams.
Step 2: Gather supporting documents
It is important to include all specified supporting paperwork when applying to Deakin; otherwise, your application may be rejected or delayed. Remember that before you upload most documents, they must first be authenticated, so give yourself plenty of time to organize.
Examples of certified copies you will need to include:
- award certificates
- academic transcripts
- formal identity papers (e.g. your passport).
Step 3: Submit your application
Either directly through Deakin’s online application portal or through a Deakin authorized agent, you can submit an application.
How to apply steps
- Find your course
- Check entry requirements
- Check application key dates
- Check what supporting documentation you’ll need
- Apply for Trimesters 1, 2, and 3 directly to Deakin
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