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How much more the international students are paying compare to the local students?


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Old 11-12-2018, 02:56 PM
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How much more the international students are paying compare to the local students?

It is said that the international students are paying times more than a local student in university. So I am really wondering how much normally an international and a local student pay for their tuition fee in a university.


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Old 02-16-2019, 08:44 AM
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Typically about 4 times more than the local students.

I believe currently the local student fees are around $9000, and the international student fees are around $35000 per year.

You can easily check the cost of specific universities on their websites


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It is said that the international students are paying times more than a local student in university. So I am really wondering how much normally an international and a local student pay for their tuition fee in a university.
The difference isn't that big: $2,270 (Domestic) to $2,690 (International) in the first example below. Unless it is a CSP place.

Examples of Course Fees 2017
ACC1101 Accounting for Decision-Making

$1,324 2017 Student Contribution Rates (CSP)
$2,270 2017 Domestic Tuition Fees
$2,690 2017 International Tuition Fees

DBA9400 Doctor of Business Administration Thesis C

$5,296 2017 Student Contribution Rates (CSP)
$9,840 2017 Domestic Tuition Fees
$11,920 2017 International Tuition Fees

The Australian Government (Australian Taxpayer) funds about 60 per cent of a Commonwealth Supported Place and the student pays the remaining "student contribution amount".


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Interesting...


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For my daughter Master of disability costs 35000-50000AUD (depend of University) like international student. Domestics are less for 1/3 of price.


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