Course Tuition fee per trimester No. of Trimesters Total Fee
Diploma of Business $8,000 per trimester 2 trimesters $16,000
Bachelor of Business (Professional Accounting) $8,000 per trimester 6 trimesters $48,000
Bachelor of Business (Business Management) $8,000 per trimester 6 trimesters $48,000
Bachelor of Business (Communication & Public Relations) $8,000 per trimester 6 trimesters $48,000
Non-award Single Subject Fee $2,300 per trimester 1 trimester $2,300
Other Compulsory Fee
Enrollment Fee $200 – once only (international students)
Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC): Varied according to course duration (international students are required to obtain OSHC for proposed duration of their study)




Ancillary Fees
Airport Transfer Service $150 (one way)
Homestay Placement and Support Fee $300 – once only
Late Payment Fee $100


NOTE: The tuition fees only cover the cost of tuition, which do not include other expenses related to studying (i.e. textbooks) and living. The tuition fees and other charges may vary each year. International students’ fees are protected by the Australian Government Tuition Protection Services (TPS). More information at


Additional Costs

Textbooks: Approximately $120 per unit. You will receive course notes from the lecturer. You must buy your own stationary, folders and notebooks.

Additional tuition fees: for additional tuition arising from failure of any unit is $400 per unit. All students will receive student cards on enrollment. Replacement cards are $20 per card.

For further information on fees and charges, please see the enrollment form and student handbook.


Payment Method

1.Electronic Fund Transfer:

Payment may be made direct to:

BSB Number: 062 006
Account Number: 12351000
Swift Code: CTBAAU2S


2.Credit Card Payment:

2% Credit Card Surcharge will be applied.


Refund Policy

  1. Tuition fees will be refunded only in the following circumstances:

The Institute may provide a full or partial refund where:

  • An offer is withdrawn by the Institute;
  • Subject to clause 2 below, the Institute is unable to provide the course;
  • A student was not able to meet a condition required for admission that was not part of any packaged admissions arrangement;
  • A student has been excluded by the Institute for failing to meet degree or diploma progression rules and where fees were paid in advance of notification of the exclusion;
  • Australian Government authorities have refused to grant a student visa (for AQF award program) or 485 visa (for SMIPA program);
  • Illness or disability prevents the student from taking up the course;
  • The death of a close family member of the student (parent, sibling, spouse or child) occurs, or
  • Other special or extenuating circumstances prevent a student from commencing a course.

2. In the unlikely event that the Institute is unable to provide the student’s course in full in the circumstances set out in section 27 (1) of the ESOS Act 2000, and the student has not withdrawn before the default day‟ (as defined in the ESOS Act 2000), the Institute must pay the student a full refund of the course fees, or alternatively arrange for the student to be offered a place in an alternative course (only if accepted in writing by the student).

3. An application, with supporting documentary evidence, must be submitted for a refund under any of the provisions listed above.

4. A partial refund may be granted under this paragraph, 1: (d) – (h), where some of the fee is retained to cover administration costs.