Australian Catholic University (ACU) offers Commonwealth-supported and fee-paying places.
The majority of postgraduate coursework programs are offered on a fee-paying basis (a small number of Commonwealth-supported places may be available in some postgraduate courses).
Information about fees for international students is available from the International Education Office.
Visit International Fee-Paying Students (select Fee Information 2012 then International Fee-Paying Students).
Students who are enrolled in the University and are allocated a Commonwealth-supported place are required by the Australian Government to pay student contributions towards the cost of their higher education. The relevant rates for 2012 are as follows:
Students may apply for FEE-HELP in accordance with Commonwealth government eligibility criteria. Information about FEE-HELP is provided in a Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) booklet, available from any ACU Student Centre.
For further information on Fees and due dates for payment, refer to Fees and Charges.
1 This table combines units in funding clusters with the same value. 2 A standard year is calculated on 8 units or a total of 80 cp. Not all units come from the same discipline clusters for every degree. 3 Managed and charged by Schools.