Domestic postgraduate coursework tuition fee paying students
In most cases UTS offers entry to postgraduate courses to domestic students on a fee-paying basis.
Tuition fees are charged based on
- the particular course in which you are enrolled,
- the number of credit points in which you are enrolled, and
- whether you are a commencing or continuing student.
Commonwealth supported places
A small number of postgraduate courses offer Commonwealth supported places (CSP).
Use our Tuition Fees Search - Search Fees by Course and select Fee Type = Commonwealth Supported Place, to see if your selected course offers any CSPs.
Fee-paying students and FEE-HELP
You can use our Tuition Fees Search (Search Fees by Course) to view your tuition fees.
As a postgraduate student enrolled in a fee paying place you may be eligible to access FEE-HELP to assist in paying your tuition fees. Applications for FEE-HELP are course specific and a new application must be submitted if you articulate or transfer to a new course. To check whether you are currently approved for FEE-HELP, please check your eInvoice via My Student Admin.
For more information, you can refer to the Government HELP schemes page.
In addition to tuition fees you may also be required to pay a Student Services and Amenities Fee.
Tuition payment due dates
You must make payment of fees in full by the due date. If you do not pay on time, a late fee will be charged and your enrolment may be cancelled.