Fees and scholarships
Graduate Diploma (Global Competition and Consumer Law)
50 point program
Course fees are the same for both domestic and international students.
Your course is equivalent in quality and accreditation to an on-campus qualification. Each subject is designed by academics, subject coordinators and learning designers to deliver an interactive and enriching experience, with regular contact from senior academics, teaching fellows and a dedicated online Student Support team.
The fee is based on the study load that the student is taking. Fees are paid on a per subject basis each term, and total course fees are not required to be paid up-front.
*The fees listed above are for a 50 point (four subject) course in 2018. For this course, a typical enrolment would be 50 points (ie one subject per term) which means that the total fee for the course will be A$19,712. The University reviews fees annually. However, any increase in fee will not exceed 5 per cent per annum.
Fees are payable upfront for each subject. Should you require any assistance, please contact our Student Support team.
Learn more about tuition fees.
Early application pricing
Successful applicants for the intake commencing in Term 1 (January) 2019 who make their application by 14 December 2018 will benefit from early application pricing, which is 30 per cent off the total course fee.
Successful applicants for the intake commencing in Term 3 (July) 2019 who make their application by 3 June 2019 will benefit from early application pricing, which is 30 per cent off the total course fee.
Cohort pricing for organisations
Special pricing is available for organisations that enrol multiple members of their organisation in the course. The following special cohort pricing is currently available:
- An organisation that enrols two or more students in the Graduate Diploma (Global Competition and Consumer Law) will benefit from 50 per cent off the indicative total course fee for every second enrolment.
Financial assistance and scholarships
If you are an Australian Citizen or Permanent Humanitarian Visa holder, you may be eligible for financial assistance from the Australian Government. There are many subsidies and scholarships awarded by the University and specific faculties, based on a variety of criteria. Online students are encouraged to apply.
FEE-HELP is a loan available to eligible students in domestic fee-paying places to help pay for all or part of their tuition fees. The Commonwealth Government sets limits on how much you can borrow. FEE-HELP loans are repaid through the taxation system. No loan fee applies to loans for postgraduate studies.
Detailed information about eligibility for FEE-HELP is available from the Study Assist website.
Australia Awards Scholarships
There are further scholarship opportunities available for students of the Global Competition and Consumer Law (GCCL) program. You may also be eligible for the Australia Awards Scholarships. These prestigious international Scholarships are funded by the Australian Government and are administered by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
The Australia Awards Scholarships provide opportunities for people from developing countries, particularly those countries located in the Indo-Pacific region. The awards are designed for next generation global leaders to undertake study, research and professional development, with the aim of driving change and contributing to the development outcomes of their own country. Study programs must relate to your country’s priority areas for development. These are listed on the participating country profiles.
There are several awards benefits such as funding of full tuition fees and contribution to living expenses.
Discuss your payment options
Talk with a dedicated online student support consultant to assess the best way to fund your study.