Fees for 2020
The total cost of course fees can be covered by Fee-Help for Australian Citizens.
|Course||Per Unit||Per Semester||Per Year|
|Master of Arts||$2,400||$9600||$19,200|
|Master of Divinity||$2,400||$9600||$19,200|
|Master of Theology||$2,400||$9600||$19,200|
|Research and Doctoral Awards||Upon Enquiry|
|MI801 Ministry in a cross cultural context||$3,000 per unit for associated travel, food, and accommodation costs|
|Full Time Student Council Fee (per semester)||$100|
|Part Time Student Council Fee (per semester)||$50|
|Overseas Application Fee||$450|
|Overseas Semester Enrolment Fee||$300 per semester|
Fees include library usage, three lunches each week, but do not include textbooks, student council fee etc.
Transcript Fee Pre 2005 $60 Post 2005 $30 Parchment Fee $50
The spouse of a full-time student receives a 50% discount on their course fees if studying for credit.
The spouse of a full time student can audit 2 subjects for free, and will then pay in full for extra audit units.
Staff and their families receive a 50% discount off their fees.
Fees can be paid in the following ways:
- In full at the beginning of each semester. (Credit Card Payments add 2.5%)
- Using FEE-HELP.
- Part cash and part using FEE-HELP. (Credit Card Payments add 2.5%)
Please note that miscellaneous fees and text-books must be paid for up front.
All students are eligiable to apply for a work contract. Work contracts enable students to subsidise their fees in exchange for performing certain cleaning, library, or maintenance duties around the campus.
Students withdrawing prior to the census date (the end of week four) will receive a full refund. Students who notify their withdrawal from a subject after the census date will receive no refund.
Download the PBC Refund Policy.