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Fees

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As an affiliated college of the Australian College of Theology (ACT), Mary Andrews College is approved to deliver the courses of the ACT. The Australian College of Theology is a self-accrediting national Higher Education Provider (HEP), which operates as a consortium of independent affiliated colleges. The tuition fees are set by the ACT on an annual basis. More information about tuition fees is available at https://www.actheology.edu.au/fees/ 

CERTIFICATE UNIT FEES

Certificate unit (12 class hours) $550*

Audit certificate unit (12 class hours class time, no assignments) $460

* The ACT cost of certificate units is $1025 per unit. In 2022, Mary Andrews College has chosen to subsidise these fees by $475 to reduce the cost to students to $550.

DIPLOMA UNIT FEES

Diploma 12 credit point units (36 class hours) $2,580*

Audit 12 credit point diploma units (36 class hours, no assignments) $1,161

Diploma 8cp point unit (24 class hours) $1,720*

Audit 8cp diploma unit (24 class hours, no assignments) $774

GRADUATE CERTIFICATE UNIT FEES

Graduate Certificate 12 credit point units (36 class hours) $2,640*

Audit 12 credit point diploma units (36 class hours, no assignments) $1,188

FEE-HELP

A FEE-HELP loan scheme is available from the government for eligible Australian citizens to cover tuition fees for Diploma and Graduate Certificate courses only. Completion of the entire course is expected, and repayment of the FEE-HELP loan and loan fee is based on personal taxable income. Please read carefully the information at www.studyassist.gov.au

If you would like to apply for a FEE-HELP loan, you can indicate this during the online enrolment process. 

  • Eligible students can apply for a government FEE-HELP funding loan by filling out an Electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form (eCAF). New students enrolling in relevant diploma courses and current students changing courses need to complete a new eCAF.
  • The FEE-HELP application form is completed via the Department of Education’s online portal. Eligible students will receive an email from the Department of Education and Training with instructions on how to log in and fill out the eCAF for your course on the government’s ePortal.
  • You will need your ACT student number and tax file number (TFN) on hand before attempting to complete your eCAF online.
  • For more information about how this eCAF application is submitted (including step by step screen shots), click here.
  • For more information about FEE-HELP loans, the 20% loan fee (undergraduate students only) and how to repay the loan, go to www.studyassist.gov.au.
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