The information and tables below outlines the approximate fees that a student will incur for their semester enrolment into a unit of study in the year indicated. It is possible, however, for students to undertake units from other providers towards completion of a postgraduate program, in which case the unit fees may vary. Please note all fees are reviewed annually as per the Policy on Student Unit Fees and Policy on Student Administrative Fees. Fees are subject to change. All fees for the following calendar year will be listed on this page in October each year.
It is important that you are aware of the payment due dates for your enrolment.
Generally, you will be required to pay your semester enrolment fees in full within 14 days of an invoice being issues or prior to the advertised Semester Orientation date, whichever date fall sooner.
Penalties may apply should you not meet your financial commitments by these dates.
The census date is the last day you can withdraw from a subject without being financially liable.
If you are enrolled in a unit at the census date you will be liable for the fees and charges for that unit for the relevant study period, even if you intended to withdraw from the unit. It is important that you are aware of the census dates that apply to your enrolment and the penalties that may apply.
The census date is the last day you can withdraw from a subject without being financially liable
If you are enrolled in a unit at the census date you will be liable for the fees and charges for that unit for the relevant study period, even if you intended to withdraw from the unit.
Students are responsible for ensuring their enrolment record is accurate. This means you must check you are enrolled in the correct units and finalise your enrolment by the census date that has been set for the semester.
It is not sufficient to advise the lecturer/Unit Chair that you will no longer be participating. If you do not wish to remain enrolled in a unit and incur the financial liability for it, you must formally withdraw from enrolment in that unit by completing a Amendment of Program Form and submitting to CPEE by the census date.
All withdrawals after the census date will incur financial liability, however you may withdraw from a unit without academic penalty depending on the date of withdrawal. The census date and academic withdrawal date are published as part of the Academic Principal Dates.
Note: For any units not directly maintained by CPEE please refer to the individual unit provider for census date information.