International tuition fees are governed by the University's policies and rules.

How your fees are calculated depends on when you commenced your program: 

Students who commenced in 2016 or later

Your tuition fees are program-based, which means all courses within your program are charged at the same rate for a given academic year.

Consult schedule 4 in the Fee Rules for an explanation of how your fees are calculated.

You can view your actual fee liability in mySI-net after you enrol and once invoices are available:

  1. Log in to mySI-net
  2. Click the 'Financial' tile
  3. The cost for each course will be displayed on your Financial homepage.

If you change your enrolment, please wait 24 hours for updated fees to appear.

Students who commenced before 2016

Consult schedule 4 in the Fee Rules for an explanation of how your fees are calculated.

You can view your actual fee liability in mySI-net after you enrol and once invoices are available:

  1. Log in to mySI-net
  2. Click the 'Financial' tile
  3. The cost for each course will be displayed on your Financial homepage.

If you change your enrolment, please wait 24 hours for updated fees to appear.

UQ-Ochsner students

Tuition fees for UQ-Ochsner students are charged in US Dollars (USD). The amount you pay depends on:

  • the academic year you commenced study in the UQ-Ochsner program, and
  • how many course units you enrol in during a given study period.

Tuition fee rates are reviewed annually.

Tuition fees

Commencement year Rate per unit 2018 annual fee
(full-time study load of 16 units)
2018 USD $4,216 USD $67,456
2017 USD $4,216 USD $67,456
2016 USD $4,216 USD $67,456
2015* USD $3,990 USD $63,840

* Includes MBBS-Ochsner students who commenced before 2014.

Due dates

For student financial matters, there are two important dates to be aware of:

  1. Due date for the payment of fees. All fees, including tuition fees, have to be paid by this date.
  2. Census Date. All tuition fees and enrolment details are finalised on this date. This is also the last date you can withdraw from courses without incurring any financial penalties.

These dates are listed on the Academic Calendar – but only for standard semesters and trimesters.

Some programs and courses (e.g. medical programs, intensive programs) have unique dates. These are displayed on your student home page in mySI-net and published in the calendar for teaching periods and medical rotations.

A $100 late penalty is applied to unpaid fees after the fees due date. If all your fees aren't paid by Census Date, your enrolment may be cancelled.

Contact

If you have any questions about fees or payments, contact a Student Centre or submit a question to UQ Answers.