UOW Diploma and enabling pre-university courses attract Commonwealth assistance for eligible domestic students.
This means that you could benefit from zero up-front tuition fees.
How do tuition fees work?
Under the Australian Government's university funding model, eligibility for Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) offers depend on either the course or the applicant. As a result, some UOW Diploma and enabling pre-university places at UOW are CSPs and some are full-fee paying places (FFPPs).
Tuition fees for UOW Diploma and enabling pre-university courses depend on a few factors:
- the type and duration of the program
- if places are Commonwealth supported or full-fee paying
- student eligiblity for Commonwealth support, scholarships or additional support through an equity program.
Student contributions (for CSPs) and tuition fees (for FFPPs) may be repaid via a deferred loan, depending on eligibility.
The Australian Government's Study Assist website has more information about Commonwealth assistance and eligibility.
Depending on the subject, students may also need to pay additional non-tuition costs.