External charges may vary between institutions, courses, and students who live in dorms or in off-campus housing.
The tuition fees must be paid before you are officially enrolled in your program, usually once every term. There are also costs of materials and facilities provided by institutions, such as library costs, labs, lockers, and class trips that are not included in the tuition fees. Sometimes universities combine a few of these external charges and make students pay a “service fee” every term.
The tuition fees are calculated differently in Australia compared to other countries. Every unit of study is counted in a band, which is then added up throughout the duration of the entire academic year. Therefore, tuition fees for students within the same course may vary.
So, our counsellors at PFEC Global can guide you in preparing a smart management policy so that you can plan ahead, spend wisely, and turn Australia as the price-savvy option for you!