IES reserves the right to vary this fee schedule at any time. These fees are current from 1st September 2014.
Fees are not subject to change once a student has been offered a place in a particular place.
|Administration (includes access to computers,|
library and laboratory facilities and application fees)
|Standard PLUS - 7 Weeks|
Fees are payable in two installments:
1st installment is payable upon acceptance of a place
2nd installment is payable by the end of the 1st week of semester 2
The first installment of fees must be sent once an offer of a place is received by the student. This will secure the enrolment.
The second installment should be paid by the end of the first week of semester 2.
Temporary Residents do not pay fees in advance according to the above schedule, for more information click here.
Total costs for all subject text books, manuals and any other required costs range from $110 - $395 depending on elective subjects chosen. A comprehensive list of subjects and their associated costs is provided below.
|Subject||Manual||Text Book||Wiley Card||Extras||Total|
|Academic English for University Studies|
There are no additional costs for the elective subject Research.
Note: Text Book/Manual prices are estimates only and are subject to change. Lost Text Books/Manuals will be replaced at student's own cost.
There will be no charge for students who are deemed not yet competent on completion of training and assessment to be reassessed.
*Biology Students are also required to attend a camp during their studies. This will incur a fee of $370 per student.
$594 minimum (12 months)
$125 per person (single trip)
$150 per person (return)
|Homestay placement fee|
AHN Complete Homestay
AHN Easy Homestay
|Reprint of the Qualification or Statement of Attainment|
$10 (plus postage if applicable)
*Airport reception is compulsory for students under 18 years only. Students 18 years and over and not required to use this service.
All international students are required to have health cover for the duration of their student visa. The Overseas Student Health Cover payment should also be included with the first instalment of fees. If students have already taken out health cover, this should be indicated on the application form, including the date it expires.
It is the student's responsibility to ensure that health cover extends to the end of the student visa. If health cover lapses, a student's enrolment may be withdrawn with no entitlement to a refund.
For information on the general cost of living in Brisbane, click here to view our Living in Brisbane page.
Payment of fees can be made by Bank Draft to International Education Services Ltd, or via electronic transfer to the following account:
Account Number: 1007 6403.
BSB: 06 4400
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