Your invoice/statement of account details:
- how to pay your fees
- how much you need to pay
- when to pay your fees.
You must pay your fees by the due date on your statement of account (available via the MYVU Portal), except for fees deferred through HECS-HELP, SA-HELP, FEE-HELP or VET FEE-HELP. If you do not pay all fees due, your enrolment may be cancelled, you may incur late fees and you will lose your place in your course.
In 'Pay your fees':
How to pay your fees
Detailed information on the different payment methods available.
Census & payment deadlines
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Non-payment of fees
All enrolled students (including Skills First eligible Certificate trial students) will incur a financial penalty of $150 if fees are not paid by the due date. This applies if:
- paying fees upfront but have not paid by the due date
- deferring fees and want to make full or partial payment of tuition fee after due date but before census date
- deferring fees but have not paid materials and amenities fee by census date (Diploma only).
Students enrolled in a Certificate level course will incur a financial penalty of $150 if:
- a payment plan has not been organised for outstanding fees.
Full-fee paying students
If you are required to pay your fees up-front, and fail to do so by the due date, your enrolment will be cancelled. This applies to:
- International & local full fee students
- New Zealand citizens, permanent residents & upfront HELP loan students (who did not pay or provide a TFN by the census date).
Enrolment cancellations apply to students enrolled in a Diploma qualification or above whose tuition fees remain outstanding at the relevant census date.
Your enrolment will not be cancelled for outstanding materials and amenities fees – debt collection action will be initiated instead.
Certificate level students will not be cancelled – debt collection action will be initiated instead.
Debt collection action
If your enrolment has not been cancelled and fees remain outstanding after census or the relevant due date, you may be referred to an external debt collection agency for recovery of the debt. If debt collection action is taken, you'll be liable to pay your outstanding fees immediately, along with a late payment fee of $150 and an additional general fee of $150 to cover collection costs.
Reinstatement of enrolment
You (HE & VE students) may incur a penalty of $150 for your enrolment to be reinstated after cancellation, in addition to any applicable late payment fees.
Rectification of student record
You (HE & VE students) may incur a penalty of $150 if your error or omission (failure to provide accurate information) results in the need for changes to your student record.
Legal action will be undertaken if:
- All debt collection activities have been completed and;
- You have not paid in full, organised a payment plan or have defaulted in a payment plan and;
- You have not lodged a formal complaint within the Student Matters Office to dispute the charges or;
- A decision has been made in regards to your dispute and you have not taken any further action.
Once the legal action is initiated, you will be liable for all legal costs incurred. The legal cost is based on the Magistrates’ Court of Victoria scale costs and varies for each account.
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Phone: +61 3 9919 6100
Visit: Student Service Centre
Rectification of Student Record