Fees Schedule C - International Students

The 2020 schedule of tuition, examination and research fees (inclusive of GST) for International Students.

  • A full-time course of study is 120 points. Enrolment in more than or less than a full-time year will be charged on a pro rata basis.
  • In all cases the fee per point will be charged at the rate set for that subject irrespective of the qualification the course is taken for.
  • General Education courses will be charged at the applicable rate for undergraduate courses in the faculty offering the course.

Faculty / Subject Area

2020 Fees

Arts
Undergraduate courses (excluding Performance and Science-based courses) $258.65 per point
Undergraduate courses (Performance and Science-based courses) $303.64 per point
600 and 700 level courses (excluding Performance and Science-based courses) $291.96 per point
600 and 700 level courses (Performance and Science based courses) $343.06 per point
Business and Economics
Undergraduate courses $309.51 per point
600 and 700 level courses $306.56 per point
Master of International Business, Master of Management, Master of Professional Accounting $322.19 per point
Creative Arts and Industries
Architecture  
Undergraduate courses – Non Studio and Design courses $335.32 per point
Undergraduate courses – Studio and Design courses $335.32 per point
600 and 700 level courses $356.78 per point
Planning  
Undergraduate courses $291.96 per point
700 level courses $291.96 per point
Urban Design and Urban Planning  
Undergraduate courses $303.64 per point
700 level courses $356.78 per point
Design  
Undergraduate courses $316.53 per point
Fine Arts  
Undergraduate courses $303.64 per point
600 and 700 level courses $343.06 per point
Dance Studies  
Undergraduate courses $303.64 per point
600 and 700 level courses $356.78 per point
Music  
Undergraduate courses $303.64 per point
600 and 700 level courses $303.64 per point
Education and Social Work
Undergraduate courses $260.40 per point
600 and 700 level courses $286.34 per point
Graduate Diploma in Teaching (Primary) $221.44 per point
Graduate Diploma in Teaching (Secondary) $221.44 per point
Graduate Diploma in Teaching (Early Childhood Education) $221.44 per point
Graduate Certificate in Professional Supervision $286.34 per point
Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice $221.44 per point
Engineering
Undergraduate courses $373.01 per point
700 level courses $356.78 per point
Postgraduate Certificate in Engineering in Light Metals $356.78 per point
Postgraduate Certificate in Geothermal Energy Technology $438.58 per point
Master of Disaster Management $359.21 per point
Law
Undergraduate courses $306.56 per point
700 level courses $309.50 per point
Medical and Health Sciences
Undergraduate courses – Bachelor of Health Sciences $286.34 per point
Undergraduate courses – Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery $644.40 per point
Undergraduate courses – Bachelor of Nursing $286.34 per point
Undergraduate courses – Bachelor of Optometry $459.58 per point
Undergraduate courses – Bachelor of Pharmacy $369.25 per point
700 level courses (excluding clinical imaging) $369.25 per point
700 level courses (clinical imaging) $644.40 per point
Diploma in Paediatrics $89.09 per point
Science
Undergraduate courses $303.64 per point
600 and 700 level courses $356.78 per point
Doctorates
Doctor of Philosophy $7,250.40 per year
All other Doctorates $42,754.80 per year
Other Courses and Programmes
Certificate of Proficiency (Overseas) Programme Fee $12,950 per semester
Foundation Certificate in English for Academic Purposes Programme fee equivalent to 0.5 EFTS $179.25 per point
Interfaculty
Per point fees are charged at the respective rate for the subject  
Other fees for all courses
Student Services $7.86 per point
International Health and Travel Insurance Fees
International Health and Travel Insurance Fees $620 per year

Notes:

  1. The fees listed in this schedule are per point and include the Course and Materials Fee. Enrolment in a standard full-time course load is 120 points per year. Fees will be adjusted on a pro-rata basis where the enrolment is more or less than a standard full-time load.
  2. Fees for interfaculty programmes, programmes combining undergraduate and postgraduate courses, or courses selected from more than one listed programme, are calculated by deriving a fee for each course from the fees listed in the schedule above.
  3. The Student Services Fee is payable by International Students at the same rates applying to domestic students.
  4. From 1 January 2006, new international PhD students are accorded domestic status for the purposes of tuition fees. A new international PhD student is defined as a foreign student enrolled for the first time after 19 April 2005 in a Doctor of Philosophy programme at a New Zealand university.
  5. BA(Hons), BCom(Hons), BMus(Hons), BNurs(Hons), BProp(Hons), BSc(Hons) and LLB(Hons) are charged as postgraduate programmes.
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