Tuition Fee Disclaimer
Tuition fees stated on this website are listed as an annual fee, unless stated otherwise.
If you applied before the 18 September 2016 and receive an offer to study at the University of Tasmania to commence in 2017 you will need to accept that offer by 28 November 2016 to be granted a lower fee based on
the 2016 rate plus indexation. For units completed in 2017, the 2017 fee will apply. For units completed in 2018 and 2019, students will pay the fee approved for the 2018 and 2019 academic year respectively.
All fees are correct at the time of publishing and are quoted in Australian dollars (AUD$). Published fees are based on Semester 1, 2017 rate with the fee for the first two semesters (1st year), quoted at the 2017 rate Annual Tuition Fee rate. If you're completing your course in a shorter period of time and taking more than 100% load each year your offer letter will reflect the amount you will need to pay for your course.
Fees are Consumer Price Indexed (CPI) which means tuition fees will increase annually. The amount of indexation to be applied to course fees is determined on an annual basis with total course tuition fees being comprised of projected annual fee rates, which may be subject to change. For example, students who commence their degree in semester 2 (July) will pay the 2017 annual fee rate for their first semester of study and as their second semester will commence in 2018 the tuition fee will be based on the indicative 2018 annual fee rate.
Graduate Certificate programs are usually 6 months in duration and fees are calculated at half the annual fee rate.
*Bachelor of Nursing (Fast Track) H3H is listed with a full calendar year tuition fee to include the spring school units that you will undertake. i.e. 3 semesters per year.
** 2017 rate Annual Tuition Fee is inclusive of the compulsory Student Services and Amenities (SSA) fee. The SSAF for 2017 is AUD$294.
Studying online or via distance
International students who will be studying from a country outside Australia may undertake their entire studies by distance education. International students who would like to study on-campus in Australia must attend face to-face classes and therefore may not enrol exclusively in distance learning. On-campus students are expected to study at a normal full-time study load (4 units) each semester to ensure they can complete their course within the approved duration.
Course availability is subject to change.