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If you are admitted to UTS as a Commonwealth supported student, you hold a Commonwealth supported place (CSP). This means that the Australian Government makes a contribution towards the cost of your education and you pay the balance through student contributions.
- all undergraduate courses, and
- a small number of postgraduate courses by coursework.
To be eligible for a Commonwealth supported place (CSP) you must be either:
- an Australian citizen AND study at least one subject contributing to your course within Australia*
- a permanent visa holder or a New Zealand citizen AND be a resident in Australia for the duration of your subject.
|2017 student contribution band||2017 student contribution amount (per eftsl)||2016 STUDENT CONTRIBUTION AMOUNT (PER EFTSL)|
3. Law, Dentistry, Medicine,
Veterinary Science, Accounting,
Administration, Economics, Commerce
2. Mathematics, Statistics,
Science, Computing, Built Environment,
Health, Engineering, Surveying, Agriculture
1. Humanities, Behavioural Science,
Social Studies, Foreign Languages,
Visual And Performing Arts, Education*,
To view your exact student contributions use the Tuition Fee Search - Search Fees by Subject. You will need to know:
Education and Nursing subjects
If you commenced your course of study before 01 January 2010 and were a Commonwealth supported student for a subject in that course, you continue to be eligible for the reduced student contribution amount of $5,006 (national priority rate) for Education and Nursing subjects. You are considered to be Pre-2010 for a unit of study if: