When you enrol in your course, any fees you need to pay will be outlined in your invoice (statement of account). You can check your invoice through MyVU.
Ensure you pay your fees on time, before the relevant Census date, to avoid any financial penalty.
Note: In line with government regulatory changes, as of 1 January 2017, Victoria University will no longer offer the 10% discount for timely, up-front payment of fees.
Important notice: Higher Education reforms
The Australian Government has announced a range of reforms to improve the higher education sector. These reforms will deliver a more sustainable sector, more choices for students and increase transparency and accountability in higher education.
Visit the StudyAssist website for more information about how these changes may affect you.
More detail about the reform measures is also available via the Department of Education and Training Higher Education Reforms website.
Policies & procedures
Details about Victoria University's fee policies and procedures can be found in our policy library:
Pay your fees
You can pay fees in person, by phone, internet banking, credit card or mail. Your invoice (statement o...
Get help paying your fees
Find out how you may be able to get help covering the cost of study, with a scholarship, fee extension...
Your SSAF contribution
A fee that all students must pay for services and amenities not directly related to your course such a...
Commonwealth Assistance Notice (CAN)
The (CAN) confirms enrolment & fee information for each semester of study undertaken by Commonwealth a...
Scholarship payments & ongoing eligibility
Advice for current undergraduate and TAFE scholarship holders, including payments, renewals and how to...
If you withdraw from your course or a unit of study on or before the census date, you may be eligible ...
Special fees & charges
Special fees not specifically part of your course fees.