Your tuition fees are determined by the Units of Credit (UOC) for each course, and depend on whether you are a domestic or international student. Because our programs are flexible, we can’t give a fixed fee for the entire degree.
View the current Australian School of Business fee schedule to estimate your program fees.
Please note tuition fees are likely to increase each year.
If you are an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or New Zealand citizen, you are a domestic student. Citizens of a country other than Australia, or New Zealand permanent residents, are international students.
Domestic students receive a contribution towards their study from the federal government if they have a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP). You can pay your student contribution up-front, or you can defer it and pay it later through the tax system via a HECS-HELP loan.
If you are taking courses during the Summer Term, you may be required to pay full tuition fees even if you have a Commonwealth Supported Place. FEE-HELP interest free loans are available to assist you in paying tuition fees. To be eligible, you must be an Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident with a humanitarian visa.
Domestic students may be eligible for Youth Allowance payments. Student Income Support options include:
- Youth Allowance for full-time students aged 16 to 24
- ABSTUDY for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
- Austudy for full-time students aged 25 years and over
Find out more about Youth Allowance.
International students should check additional information on tuition fees and other costs on the UNSW International website, and read the UNSW international undergraduate student guide.
Fee statement and payment options are available online at myUNSW two to three weeks before the Teaching Period starts. Payment due date is stated in your fee statement, or on the census and payment due dates page (if you are a domestic student).
Find out more about paying your fees.
Find out more
Fee policy for domestic students
Fee policy for international students
Fees: Frequently asked questions