Investing in yourself and commencing study is one of the best things you can do for your future. Understanding your course fees and other costs associated with study can help you take the next step, so we've put together a range of information on:
- understanding the different fees at CQU
- how you can pay for uni fees using government assistance loans
- how scholarships can reduce upfront costs
- other study costs you may not have thought about
If you're after a quick indication of the dollar amount of your course fees, you can check the course page for indicative first-year fees.
EXPLORE DOMESTIC FEES
Understanding University Fees
How do undergraduate and postgraduate uni fees work? Learn about the different types of fees at CQU and what applies to you.
Paying for Uni
Learn about how course fees are calculated and your payment options, including paying upfront or deferring via a HELP Loan, plus explore eligibility criteria for government support.
TAFE Student Fees
Find out more about TAFE student fees, Government funding, student loans, and unit prices.
Other Study Costs
In addition to course fees, you may need to pay for other costs such as travel to residential schools and placements, uniforms, textbooks and more.
Fees for International Students
As an international student, you will enrol in your course as a full fee-paying student. Tuition fees vary depending on the course and units you study. At CQU, we offer additional support when it comes to tuition fees plus, we have competitive fees.
Research Higher Degrees Fees and Support
Learn about CQU's Research Higher Degree tuition fees and the financial support available, including stipends, scholarships, conference support, project support and more.