In the Australian higher education system, an 'international student' is a person who:
- is not an Australian citizen
- is not a New Zealand citizen
- is not the holder of an Australian permanent visa and
- is enrolled, or will enrol, in a course of study with a higher education provider.
See Study in Australia for more information from the Australian government.
How much do I pay?
International students at UniSA are required to pay fees for their programs of study. Please refer to the program information page for your program fees.
When do I pay my fees?
After the initial payment is received, due dates for tuition fees are set for each study period where there are enrolments. There are two due dates per study period and are detailed on the invoice.
How do I pay?
Invoices can be paid using BPAY, at any Australian Post Office or via UniSA webpay.
What are my responsibilities?
You are responsible for paying fees by due dates, enrolling by census dates, checking your student email, reading notices and invoices and staying out of bad financial standing (BFS).