On March 20, 2019, the ‘Planning for Australia’s Future Population’ unveiled the Destination Australia scholarship program. The grant opportunity’s goal is to encourage and support international and domestic students to study in regional Australia, as well as to promote and develop regional Australian tertiary providers and provide students with a high-quality educational experience. The University of Tasmania is pleased to participate in the Destination Australia Scholarship Program as a provider and welcomes students to study at Australia’s fourth oldest university.
International Students can apply for the Destination Australia Scholarship.
With a HELP loan, you can pay for college later.
University should never be hampered by financial constraints.
If you’re a domestic student, you may be eligible for a government-sponsored interest-free loan, allowing you to pay your tuition payments later. This is referred to as a HELP loan. There are several alternatives available, but the most common are HECS-HELP and FEE-HELP.
You must fill out an application to apply for a HELP loan. After you accept your course offer, you will be given instructions on how to do so. More information is available at When to Pay Your Fees. University of Tasmania offers a South Asia scholarship.
Your HELP loan fees are paid directly to us by the government, and you only have to start paying them back to the government after you reach a particular income level. Visit Australian Government StudyAssist for more details.
What fees should I pay?
Fees for instruction
You pay for the units you enroll in as part of your course each semester. On your course page, you’ll find a list of available units as well as their costs. Each course is divided into two categories:
CSP courses (Commonwealth Supported Places); and
Fee-paying courses in their entirety.
With a Commonwealth Supported Location, you won’t have to pay anything.
A Commonwealth-supported place (CSP) is one in which the federal government covers a portion of your tuition. You don’t have to pay it back because it’s a subsidy, not a loan. If your course is a CSP course, it will say so on the course page.
Your’student contribution amount’ is the remaining balance. With a HECS-HELP loan from the government, you may be able to delay this.
If your course does not offer CSPs, it is a full-fee-paying course. This means you’ll have to pay the whole price, but you may still be eligible for a FEE-HELP loan.
When should you pay your fees?
Payments are required 14 days before the semester’s census date. The last day to withdraw from a unit without incurring a financial penalty is the census date. It’s also the deadline for applying for a HELP loan or accepting an offer in a Commonwealth-funded program (CSP). Census dates are critical to your enrollment, therefore check the census date each semester.
Typically, you pay for the units you take each semester. It is critical that you pay your fees on time to prevent being sanctioned. You may not be able to view your results or you may not be able to graduate as a result of the sanctions.
Fee waivers are available for some courses, so you may not have to pay anything. If you receive a scholarship, it will be given to you directly at various periods, such as at the beginning of the semester. Learn about scholarships available to both domestic and international students.
International students may be eligible for a payment plan for their tuition expenses in certain conditions. Beginning students, on the other hand, are unable to accept a payment plan offer. Please see Student forms for further information on eligibility criteria.
How do I pay my fees?
You’ll have access to the Student Portal if you’ve been offered a spot. Everything you need to know about enrolment and costs may be found here. Almost everything fee-related is covered, including how to apply for Commonwealth Assistance, create invoices, make payments, and check sanctions. Find out more here. Scholarships and expenses at the University of Tasmania
How can I pay my fees? has further information about payment methods.
To keep your enrolment from being canceled, follow these steps:
To pay your fees on time, make sure you submit all relevant papers.
You must submit a Commonwealth Assistance Form (CAF or eCAF) or provide a Tax File Number if you are a CSP student.
Waivers of fees
A number of agencies, including the Departments of Health and Human Services and Education, have agreements with the University. We provide continuing support and learning opportunities as part of this agreement by waiving fees for a variety of courses. University staff and alumni are also eligible for fee waivers.
Available to onshore international students starting a full-time bachelor’s degree, associate degree, or postgraduate coursework degree at the University of Tasmania in Hobart, Launceston, or Cradle Coast for the first time in 2022. Students must be beginning their studies at the University for the first time and studying on a valid student visa to be eligible. Academic merit and the quality of a written application will be used to make the final decision.
Recipients must maintain a Credit (5.0/7.0) cumulative grade point average (CGPA) at the end of each semester to keep this honor.
Recipients must also retain a valid Student Visa for the term of the grant and remain enrolled at the university where they were offered the scholarship to study (at least 75 percent of all studies must be completed on campus).
Annual salary: $15,000
a maximum of four years
Date of Closing
30th of October, 2022
How to Make an Application
Before the deadline, apply online.
After the deadline, applications will not be accepted. All questions should be answered completely because applicants will be judged on the quality of their application. Please be careful with your spelling and punctuation.
the current state of the application: open
Successful applicants will be notified.
To apply for the Destination Scholarship, please visit the official website by clicking here.
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