The tuition fees on your invoice are based on your enrolment, so it is important to check that you are correctly enrolled.
Your statement of account includes important information, including due dates, fee amounts and payment options.
You must pay all of your fees by the due date on your statement of account – except for fees deferred through HECS-HELP, SA-HELP, FEE-HELP or VET Student Loan with a valid Tax File Number (TFN).
If you don't pay your fees on time, or provide your TFN to defer your fees by census date, you may incur a late-payment penalty or have your enrolment cancelled.
Invoicing, payment & debts
Statement of Account (Tax Invoice)
- how much you need to pay
- when to pay your fees
- how to pay your fees
Any student who has an outstanding University debt will not be eligible to:
- receive a Statement of Results or Academic Transcript, graduate or receive an award of the University
- use library services
- use computer services.
Fee payment scams
Scammers are still actively targeting international university students. These scams are designed to take your money in a dishonest way leaving your university fees unpaid. Please be aware of the following.
- If anyone offers you a discount or an extension on your university fees by email or via social media, delete the message.
- If anyone calls you by phone to offer a discount for your fees, hang up.
- If a friend recommends a fee payment scheme that offers you a discount or extension, don't accept.
- If you receive a phone call asking for your Victoria University student ID, hang up.
- If you receive a phone call or email asking you to deposit money into a local bank account, ignore it and delete the message.
All valid payment options are displayed on your student invoice and listed below.
HOW TO PAY YOUR FEES
Here is a summary of all the options available to pay your course fees.