Student finances

Overview

Sometimes it feels like you need a translator to properly understand fees and charges. We try to keep things simple. Here's what you need to know:

There are two types of student fees: (1) course fees and (2) administrative fees.

Course fees are the amounts you're charged for each course you study, while administrative fees include charges like the Student Services and Amenities Fee, library fines and late fees.

All students have to pay the Student Services and Amenities Fee, whether you're domestic, international, undergraduate or postgraduate – although some students are exempt.

Course fees and the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) are both in the 'Financial' section of mySI-net. Make sure you pay these fees by the displayed due date.

If you have any questions about fees, contact a Student Centre.

All UQ student fees are governed by the Fee Rules.

UQ-Ochsner students

This is not the fee information you are looking for. UQ-Ochsner students are unique – you have different processes for paying fees. Before you go any further, log in to find out what to do.

Before you figure out your finances

Here's what you need to do first:

  •  Enrol in courses
  •  Wait 24 hours
  •  Go to 'Financial' in mySI-net

Report any problems you experience with the Starting at UQ website.