University Tuition Fees
Does a duel citizen pay full domestic price or international price?
So long as a duel citizen is able to provide proof of residency they will only need to pay the fee of a domestic student. The process of identifying residency can differ person to person based on factors including whether they were born in Australia, if they were born to Australian parents and if they have married an Australian resident. Please read the Australian Boarder Protection website for information relating to which documents are needed, and the process behind applying for proof of residency.
What is the international tuition fee each semester/course?
The price charged to International students changes each year so be mindful to check the release date of the International Student Program Fee, as well as how much the amount equates to in your local currency.
How do I pay these? Is there financial plans available to international student?
You will be issued an invoice within a few days of enrolling and the amount is to be paid by the deadline mentioned there in.
-The ANU does not accept traveller’s cheques or cheques in foreign currency.
-Payment methods of Master Card, Visa and American Express may attract a transfer fee.
-ANU wire transfer details can be made available on request.
-ANU accepts cheques in Australian Dollars only.
The ANU does not offer payment plans for the payment of tuition fees.
What do my tuition fees cover?
Your tuition fees cover the running of the course and enrolment fee. Text books, supplies, and room and board are not included in your tuition fee.