Fees and Charges

The Student Fees Policy sets out the expectations and requirements of Waratah Institute 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 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 10 working days prior to the commencement the trimester.

Students may need to be pay non-tuition fees for reasons such as reassessment of study outcomes or late payment of fees. Such fees will be communicated in writing with a period of 10 working days for payment.

Tuition Fees 2020 – International and Domestic Student

Program
Total tuition fees
Bachelor of international business
$65,000
Bachelor of business (Enterprise management systems)
$65,000

Non-tuition Fees

Type
Fee
Admission / Initial Enrolment Fee
$250
Credit assessment
$200
Deferral of commencement
$200
Change of enrolment
$200
Supplementary assessment
$250
Late payment fees
$250
Academic transcript (additional copy)
$35 paper / $15 digital
Replacement testamur
$250
Bank fees
Bank fees associated with processing a student’s tuition fees shall be the responsibility if the student.
Incidental program activities e.g site visits
Depend of activity cost.

All fees and costs outlined above are in Australian Dollars (AUD) and include GST. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information at the time of publication. However, prices are subject to change and AIBI HE reserves the right to increase fees by up to 10% in each calendar year to cover increases in the cost of course delivery.

Refunds

The Student Refund Policy sets out the expectations and requirements of Waratah Institute with respect to the administration of refunds to students, in accordance with relevant legislation and regulations, and the payment of fees. For further details, refer to the College website.

Students who have accepted an Waratah Institute Letter of Offer and Written Agreement, 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 was lodged, with the details as follows:

0%

28 calendar days prior to commencement date

0%

14 calendar days prior to commencement

0%

After commencement but before census

0%

After census

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

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Waratah Institute is unable to provide the program for which a student has accepted an offer

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The student is unable to meet the conditions of the offer

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An international student is unable to obtain a visa

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

If the student has provided incorrect, incomplete, false or misleading information, 0% of fees will be refunded.

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