Vocational Education (VE/TAFE) course fees
Vocational Education (VE/TAFE) course fees for domestic students vary based on a number of factors.
The most important of these is whether or not you enrol as a government subsidised or full-fee paying student. This determines the amount you pay, as well as the fee assistance you may be eligible to receive.
When you enrol in a course, re-enrol or change your enrolment, you will receive an invoice with the amount you are required to pay, and the due date.
You can access your statement of account :
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Government subsidised VE/TAFE studentsYou may be eligible for a government subsidy in a VE/TAFE courses via Victorian Training Guarantee. This page outlines the eligibility criteria and course costs.
Full-fee paying VE/TAFE studentsFull fees for VE/TAFE students. VET FEE-HELP loans are available to full fee paying students where government funding or subsidies are not available for their course.
Statement of VET Tuition AssuranceThe VET Tuition Assurance outlines the steps taken to protect you if VU ceases to provide a VET course of study that you're enrolled in.
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Course tuition fees for non-residents can be found on the international version of course pages. International students are not eligible for government subsidies. Course fees are subject to change. Contact us to confirm the amount.
2015 & 2016 VE/TAFE fees
You can find out our tuition fees for VE/TAFE courses in the:
- 2015 Victoria University VE/TAFE course fee schedule
- 2016 Victoria University VE/TAFE course fee schedule.
Find costs for Diploma and above VE/TAFE courses in the:
Indigenous student concessions
Under the Indigenous Completions Initiative, Indigenous students pay only the concession tuition fee (20% of course costs) for government subsidised training at any level, including at Diploma and above.
Indigenous students and full-time Indigenous apprentices may access ABSTUDY payments through the Australian Government. ABSTUDY helps indigenous Australians who are studying with costs such as
- fares to travel to your place of study each term or semester if you need to study away from home
- prescription medicine.
The Moondani Balluk Academic Unit at Victoria University provide help, advice and support to Indigenous Australians applying for a course.
Phone: +61 3 9919 2836
VET FEE-HELP reforms
The Australian Government is making important reforms to the VET FEE‑HELP scheme to improve the quality and effectiveness of the scheme. The reforms also aim to better protect students taking out a VET FEE‑HELP loan.
Read the VET FEE-HELP reforms from the Study Assist website.
Ask questions & find answers through Ask VU.
Phone: +61 3 9919 6100
Visit: Student Service Centre