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International student fee information

About our fee structure

Your full program fees at Bond don’t need to be paid before you begin your degree, however, your first semester fees will need to be paid upfront.

You will pay your fees on a semester-by-semester basis, only paying for the individual subjects you have enrolled in that semester.

Payment options for international students

If you applied directly to Bond and have received an unconditional offer, you will need to accept your offer and pay your fee deposit for your first semester via our online application portal. Please note you will need to complete both these steps in order to receive your Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE) to apply for your student visa.  

If you wish to spread your payment over several smaller payments or if you are unable to pay through the portal, there are a number of other options available, including International Transfer via Convera, credit card (Visa, MasterCard or AMEX) or PayPal. After you have processed your payment, you will be issued with a payment receipt which you will need to email to our Admission Office, noting your Student ID number in the subject line. Our Admissions team will then process your acceptance and issue a Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) so you can apply for your student visa.

Please contact the Office of Future Students for more information about our available payment methods.

An investment in your education is an investment in your future.

Finance options for international students

There are several options available for international students to assist with financing your experience in Australia, including loan schemes and loyalty discounts. We encourage you to explore all the options available to you to find the best fit. Our team are also happy to discuss these options with you.

We’re here to help

If you’re unsure whether any payment assistance options suit your circumstances, please contact our friendly team in the Office of Future Students to discuss.

  • Depending on your home country, you may be able to access student loans through local banks or your government. 

  • Bond University offers a number of part-fee scholarships and bursaries specifically for international students at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. 


  • The Australia Awards provide international students with international scholarships and fellowships to provide tertiary educational opportunities for students from nominated partner countries.

  • Bond University offers loyalty discounts to students who have a direct family member attending Bond University in an eligible program, as well as to alumni graduates and their eligible direct family members.


Depending on your home country, you may be able to access student loans through local banks or your government.