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Have complete overview of our student fees policy, including information on tuition fees, non-tuition fees, payment methods, and refunds for both domestic and international students.

The Student Fees Policy sets out the expectations and requirements of AIBI Higher Education with respect to the administration of student tuition fees and non-tuition fees, in accordance with relevant legislation and regulations, and the payment of fees.

Tuition fees will be invoiced each trimester and payment is required on, or before, the due date using bank transfer, EFTPOS, credit card, or Flywire.

• Commencing students must pay tuition fees, for the first trimester of study, within 10 working days of accepting their Letter of Offer and Written Agreement.

• Continuing students must pay tuition fees for each trimester at least 10 working days prior to the commencement the trimester.

Tuition Fees

International Students:
Bachelor of Cyber Security: $52,000

Bachelor of Enterprise Management Systems: $52,000

Bachelor of Business: $52,000

(Discounts may be available for International Students, see course pages for more information)

Domestic Students:
Bachelor of Cyber Security: $34,270

Bachelor of Enterprise Management Systems: $34,270

Bachelor of Business: $34,270

(Domestic Students may avail of FEE-HELP and may also qualify for our Domestic Student Scholarships)

Non-Tuition Fees

Application Processing Fee
(One-time non-refundable fee, which is not applicable to Domestic Students):
$250

Late Payment Fees:
$100

Student ID Card Replacement:
$15

Replacement Testamur:
$55

Additional Copy of Academic Transcript:
$15

Other Fees:
As per program requirements

Refunds

The Student Refund Policy sets out the expectations and requirements of AIBI Higher Education with respect to the administration of refunds to students, in accordance with relevant legislation and regulations, and the payment of fees.

Students who have accepted a Letter of Offer and Written Agreement, from AIBI Higher Education, may be entitled to a refund of tuition fees paid if their application to withdraw from the program or defer the commencement of their studies is approved.

The amount of tuition fees refunded is dependent on when the application is lodged, the details are as follows:

International Students

  • 28 Days Before Course Start Date 100% 100%
  • 14 Days Before Course Start Date 50% 50%
  • After Course Start Date But Before Census Date 25% 25%
  • After Census Date 0% 0%

Domestic Students

  • Before (or on) Census Date 100% 100%
  • After Census Date 0% 0%

Note:

If a student advises AIBI Higher Education in writing, prior to the census date, of their intention to defer the commencement of their studies until the next intake, and this is approved, AIBI Higher Education will transfer the associated tuition fees to that intake.

Students enrolled in FEE-HELP enabled programs receive a full refund of tuition fees if the student completes, and submits, an Application for Withdrawal or Application for Leave of Absence form, and lodges it with Student Services on or before the relevant census date.

Under the following circumstances, students will be granted a refund of 100% of their tuition fees:

• AIBI Higher Education is unable to provide the program for which a student has accepted an offer

An international student is unable to obtain a visa and has not commenced their studies

The student is unable to meet the conditions of the offer

The student has not achieved the required results to proceed on a packaged offer pathway

In the event an international student is unable to obtain a visa prior to the course commencement date:

If the visa refusal is received after the commencement date and the student has commenced their studies, only the amount for any unspent fees will be refunded.

Tuition Protection Service (TPS)

The Tuition Protection Service (TPS) is an Australian Government initiative that assists higher education students whose education providers are unable to fully deliver their course or unit of study.

The TPS protects higher education students at private education providers when their provider defaults, whether the students pay their tuition fees up-front or use a HELP loan. A provider defaults when they close, stop offering a course or unit of study, or fail to start a course or unit of study with enrolled students.

The TPS helps higher education students to:

  • continue their studies with a replacement provider in an equivalent or similar course; or
  • receive a refund of their tuition fees paid up-front and/or receive a loan re-credit for parts of the course that the student commenced but could not complete due to a provider default.

For more information regarding TPS, visit our Tuition Protection Service page and/or the Australian Government Higher Education Students TPS page. 

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