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Student contributions

UniSA Online undergraduate courses are Commonwealth Supported for eligible students. Commonwealth supported students are charged a portion of the cost of their higher education through a student contribution. The Australian Government also contributes to part of the cost through a Commonwealth contribution.

The Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) allows eligible students to defer their student contribution (through HECS-HELP) and repay it later through the taxation system. Some Commonwealth supported students are not eligible for HECS-HELP.

Postgraduate students enrolling in a degree can find their fee information on the relevant degree page.

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Single Course Enrolments

If you are studying a single course with UniSA Online, your fees may be Commonwealth supported in some instances:

  • If you are enrolling as an approved cross-institutional student and your home degree is Commonwealth supported, your single course study will be Commonwealth supported; or

  • If you are a current on-campus UniSA student and your UniSA Online course is completed as part of your degree, your single course study will be Commonwealth supported.

if you are enrolling in a single course that is not part of a degree (ie you are enrolling as a non-award domestic student), UniSA Online single courses are $1,850 per course (undergraduate) and $3,313 (postgraduate) for 2022. Non-award students are full fee-paying students which means costs are paid upfront once you’ve enrolled. As these are non-award courses, HELP loans are not available for single unit students.