Fees and scholarships
Master of Cancer Sciences
100 point program
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 lecturers, tutors and a dedicated online Student Support team.
The indicative course fee for the course is based on one year of full-time study. In cases of part-time study, 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. FEE-HELP is available for students who meet standard criteria.
The fees listed are the indicative costs for 2018. The University reviews fees annually. The indicative total course fee is based on typical subject enrolments, and includes an indexation of 5 per cent per annum.
Learn more about tuition fees.
Financial assistance and scholarships
The fees you pay for graduate study will vary depending on the type of enrolment or place you are offered.
If you are an Australian Citizen or Permanent Humanitarian Visa holder, you may be eligible for financial assistance from the Australian Government.
In 2019, the VCCC will be supporting scholarships to a wide range of Australian cancer health professionals enrolling in the Cancer Sciences program. These scholarships will cover 50% of the students' tuition fee during the 2019 calendar year. For more information please visit the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre website.
In addition, 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.
Discuss your payment options
Talk with a dedicated online student support consultant to assess the best way to fund your study.