Fee-Help Loan and SA-Help Loan information is available for Australian citizens and for New Zealand citizens who meet the eligibility requirements. Financial aid information for non-Australian citizens is available on our International student fee information section. Use the links below to view fee and expenses information:
Tuition fees vary depending on your choice of degree and if you are an Australian or international student. Bond University reviews its fees on an annual basis and these fees are subject to change without notice. The fees that are published are the tuition fees charged for the year indicated. For all coursework degrees, the tuition fee is charged on a per subject basis.
Fees must be paid at the start of each semester. View the payment methods page to see how you can pay your fees.
For changes in general eligibility criteria for FEE-HELP from 2022. For more information go to the Department of Education, Skills and Employment FAQ page
Australian Permanent Residency/Citizenship
An international student, who is granted Australian Permanent Resident status or Australian Citizenship before the census date of the teaching period in which the student is enrolled, will be considered for a full fee paying domestic place in the same program subject to the following requirements.
Students must provide original/certified documentary evidence of their Australian Permanent Resident Status (visa date stamp in passport) or Australian citizenship certificate and pay fees upfront by the census date for the teaching period. Students who wish to access FEE-HELP must complete the Request for Commonwealth Assistance Form by the census date of their first teaching period.
If a student fails to successfully complete all necessary requirements detailed by the census date of the teaching period, they will remain an international student liable for international student tuition fees for that teaching period.