How to calculate fees
- Future students can use the Indicative Fees Tool for an indication of fees payable.
- Current students can access fees on the Fee Statement in myUNSW at the beginning of each teaching period.
- Course fees can also be calculated by multiplying the cost by the total unit of credit (UOC). You can find the UOC values in the Handbook.
Fees are charged at the course's level of study (i.e. undegraduate / postgraduate / research). This means that if you are a postgraduate student undertaking an undergraduate subject, you will be charged at the undergraduate rate. For example:
Example 1: A postgraduate student enrolling in an undergraduate course such as ZPEM2202 which has a value of 6 UOC: The fee for this course will be $995 x 6 = $5,970 which is charged at the undergraduate rate.
Example 2: A postgraduate student enrolling in a postgraduate course such as ZBUS8101 which has a value of 6 UOC: The fee for this course will be $815 x 6 = $4,890 which is charged at the postgraduate rate.