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|
|Diploma (per 3hr subject)||$2,070||$8,280||$16,560|
|Advanced Diploma (per 3hr subject)||$2070||$8,280||$16,560|
|Bachelor (per 3hr subject)||$2070||$8,280||$16,560|
|PBC Certificate – Assessed||$500||–||–|
|PBC Audit only||$250||–||–|
|PBC Audit – Moodle & Library access||$400||–||–|
|MI501 Ministry in a cross cultural context||$3,000 per unit for associated travel, food, and accommodation costs|
|Full Time Student Council Fee (per semester)||100.00|
|Part Time Student Council Fee (per semester)||$50.00|
|Overseas Application Fee||$450|
|Overseas Semester Enrollment 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 $60.00 Post 2005 $30.00 Parchment Fee $50.00
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 on 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.
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.