All international course fees are listed on the Univeristy of Tasmania's course pages.
To view the fees, please follow these steps:
- Use the course search to find your course.
- Look for “fees” at near the bottom of the page under the heading 'Fees and Scholarships'.
Fees are listed in Australian dollars.
If you are studying a three-year degree, the approximate cost of your entire course will be 3 x Fees (plus yearly indexation). A one-and-a-half year degree would cost roughly 1.5 x Fees, and so forth.
Semester fees may vary depending on your actual study load (credit point load) each semester.
Note that international fees differ to those for domestic students due to government subsidies, so it is important to check that you are viewing the international course search site.
Annual fees vary from course to course and do not include the costs of textbooks, health insurance or living expenses such as food, accommodation, transport and medical costs. Our cost of living page provides more information on living expenses, refer to our cost of living page.
Fee payments are made online directly to the University via the Western Union, not to any third parties such as agents. Instructions on how to pay fees and other costs can be found on our Accepting pages.
Tuition fees stated on this website are quoted in Australian dollars (AUD$), listed as annual fees and are an only an indicative course cost.
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.
Fees for International students are determined by the combination of the annual tuition fee for the course and the total study load for the year. The annual tuition fee quoted above is based on a study load of 100 credit points. Therefore, your tuition fees in any year may be more or less than this amount depending on whether your study load is more than or less 100 credit points. Please refer to the credit points section of each unit description to work out an indicative annual cost based on your individual study plan.
For example, students who commence their degree in semester 1 (February) will pay the 2021 annual fee. For students who commence their degree in semester 2 (July) will pay the 2021 annual fee rate for their first semester of study and as their second semester will commence in 2022 the tuition fee will be based on the indicative 2022 annual fee rate. For units studied in 2022, the 2022 fee rate will apply.
For more details please read through the tuition disclaimer.