Australian universities offering tuition discounts for international students
Bond, Griffith, Newcastle, and UQ offer tuition discounts
In recognition of recent changes due to COVID, OzTREKK is happy to share that four of our university partners have announced discounted tuition for international students for upcoming trimesters.
Bond University is offering students financial aid in the form of a one-off reduction in tuition fees for Semester 2-2020. The reduction amounts to 20% off net tuition on enrolled subjects in postgraduate and undergraduate degrees! If classes resume on campus during the semester, the universal tuition relief will apply for the whole of semester two.
For students on partial scholarship, the reduction will be applied to net tuition. Similarly, for students on other existing forms of tuition relief, the reduction will be applied to net tuition.
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Griffith University‘s 2020 International Student Support Scholarships will be offered to eligible students enrolled in undergraduate, postgraduate coursework and Study Abroad programs.
The 20% scholarship will be automatically deducted from the student’s tuition fee account prior to census date, based on their enrollment. The scholarship covers 20% of tuition fees in Trimester 2 and 3 2020. To be eligible to receive the scholarship deduction, students must be enrolled in at least 30CP, unless credit prevents full-time enrollment.
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University of Newcastle
The University of Newcastle is pleased to offer new international offshore students who are commencing their studies online in Trimester 2 with a 5% discount on their Trimester 2 fees.
This discount applies to those students paying in full by census date. The discount will be automatically applied when full payment is made by this deadline.
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University of Queensland
The University of Queensland is excited to announce a 12.5% tuition decrease for students who start online from offshore. There will also be a $2000 Quarantine contribution for when they can arrive (plus more, and 2021 fees will not be increasing from 2020.
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