On This Page
Tuition fees for international students vary between courses, and from year to year, and must be paid in advance each session.
In addition to tuition fees, students may be required to pay a Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF). Textbooks and other course materials will also result in additional costs.
International students commencing study in 2017
As a commencing international student you will pay the tuition fees set for your course for the year in which you commence study.
You can use the Fees search below to view tuition fees for the current year, listed by course.
International students continuing study in 2017
If you are a continuing international student, and you have remained enrolled in the same course, you will pay tuition fees that are determined by your year of commencement. Therefore, from 2016, your fee rates will be grandparented and will increase by no more than 5% each year, for three years, post your first year of enrolment.
If you are a continuing international student, you can view your tuition fees for 2017 in the fee schedule.
UTS International students tuition fees by course:
You need to read these important fees documents:
Protocol on fees and refunds for international students - contains the fee and refund conditions for international students
Tuition Protection Service designed to ensure that students receive the tuition they have paid for.
A non-refundable A$100 application fee is payable with all applications for study as an international student at UTS.
The application fee is waived if:
current UTS students are applying for a second degree program at UTS
current students at UTS: INSEARCH (opens an external site) are applying for entry to a UTS course.
To be granted a student visa, international students are required to take out Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC).
The Higher Education Legislation Amendment (Student Services and Amenities) Bill was passed in late 2011 by the Australian Parliament, allowing universities and other higher education providers to charge an annual student services and amenities fee from 2012. The amendment is a government initiative to increase student support services and facilities in Australian universities. The student services and amenities fee (SSAF) has applied to international students at UTS since January 2014. Funds raised from this fee are used to provide students with services and amenities on campus.
For more information, visit the UTS Student Admin website.
For a breakdown of approximate accommodation and living costs you may incur while studying at UTS in Sydney, visit Living in Sydney.