Fees - costs & payment

All students at universities in Australia pay fees.

Most students at public universities contribute to the cost of their tertiary education through the Commonwealth Government's Higher Education Contribution Scheme HECS-HELP. From 2005 under new legislation, all Australian students at Notre Dame have access to the Commonwealth Supported Students Loan Schemes FEE-HELP and HECS-HELP. This loan scheme allows students to defer the costs of their fees up to an amount of $50,000. Students will not have to repay their loan until their income reaches at least $36,000.

Since 1999, the Commonwealth Government has provided a limited number of fully funded Commonwealth supported places for students of The University of Notre Dame Australia. Most of these places are allocated to the University's Broome Campus, but Fremantle also offers a limited number of places for students enrolled in pre-service teaching, nursing and graduate Medicine.

The fee structure at Notre Dame allows the University to provide closer individual attention with smaller classes and a community atmosphere that encourages the students to get to know the staff and their fellow students. Lecturers make every effort to provide each and every student with the academic and personal support needed to succeed.

Fees Information

 

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