If you are enrolled in a subject or subjects, which do not count towards a formal award course at UTS, or at another Australian university, your enrolment is classed as non-award.
UTS only offers non-award study on a full tuition fee-paying basis and students are charged tuition fees per subject.
You can use our Fees search: Non-award and non CSP (subject) to view Non-award subject fees for the current year.
If you are enrolled as a non-award student, you are not eligible for any Commonwealth support or assistance and need to meet the full cost of tuition fees.
Accounting and finance conversion course
The Accounting and Finance Conversion Course (AFCC) is available as a bridging course for overseas-trained professionals. All bridging courses must be undertaken on a non-award basis.
In 2018 the Accounting and Finance Conversion Course (AFCC) per subject tuition fee charge is $1,890 per subject.
For more information about the AFCC course, please contact the School of Accounting.
Domestic fee-paying (undergraduate) students
In accordance with the government's commitment to phase out domestic fee-paying undergraduate places, UTS no longer makes offers for undergraduate fee-paying places.
Universities are able to continue to offer fee-paying places ONLY where students have advised UTS in writing that they do not wish to be Commonwealth supported.
You can use our Fees search: Non-award and non CSP (subject) to calculate domestic fee-paying (undergraduate) tuition fees for the current year.
As an undergraduate student enrolled in a fee-paying place you may be eligible to access FEE-HELP to defer your payment.
In addition to tuition fees you may also be required to pay a Student Services and Amenities Fee.