Fees and Scholarships

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Course Fees and Student Payment Options

Excelsia College has a variety of financial information and options to encourage students to engage in their desired field of study and to assist with their financial responsibilities.

Students can pay for their fees upfront or eligible students can apply for FEE-HELP assistance during the first week of each semester. Eligible students can elect to defer the payment of tuition fees using FEE-HELP for all units, or for some units only.

Once students have received the Letter of Offer from Excelsia College, they will be provided with a Statement of Fees and can choose to pay up-front. This must happen before the end of the first week of semester (for domestic students) via credit card, cheque or direct deposit. International students need to pay on receipt of the Letter of Offer to ensure they receive their eCOE in good time.

The 3 easy ways to pay

Pay your fees quickly and securely by card (Mastercard and Visa), direct deposit or direct debit (card or bank account). 

payment Direct Debit

Bank: Commonwealth Bank
Branch: 48 Martin Place Sydney NSW
BSB Number: 062 000

Account Number: 1353 6652
Account Name: Excelsia College, Notified Trust Account

Swift Code: CTBAAU2S

Please use your student name and/or number as the reference

Direct debit

Please contact the Finance Office to set up a direct debit

Email: accounts.receivable@excelsia.edu.au

Telephone: +612 9000 9631

FEE-HELP is a Commonwealth Government interest-free loan given to eligible fee-paying students to help pay their tuition fees. Eligible students are: Australian citizens; holders of permanent humanitarian visas; and permanent visa holders who are undertaking bridging study for overseas-trained professionals and will be resident in Australia for the duration of the study. FEE-HELP is available to both full-time and part-time students and there is no means test. FEE-HELP does not affect a student’s entitlements to Youth Allowance, Austudy or ABSTUDY.

For further information on FEE-HELP, please go to Study Assist 

If you are an existing student using FEE-HELP, or have used FEE-HELP at a previous institution, you can check your entitlements using the government’s myUniAssist portal.

At Excelsia College, all undergraduate degrees, graduate certificates and graduate diplomas are approved for Centrelink’s student income support (Youth Allowance, Austudy and ABSTUDY) for eligible students.

Student Financial Assistance Application Form

Applicants must have submitted a completed Application for Admission before they will be considered for an academic scholarship. Scholarships will only be awarded to applicants who have fulfilled all other entrance requirements as outlined in the relevant School Course Information Brochure and the current Excelsia College Student Handbook. Scholarships are awarded at the commencement of each academic year for students commencing in that year only. Please email a copy of your completed Scholarship Application Form to your Head of School for review.

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If you are currently in Year 12, the early offer program gives you peace of mind and assurance of securing a place before you sit your HSC exams!

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