Tuition Fees 2022
The tuition fees for 2022 for 100 credit points, equivalent to full-time study in any given year are listed below:
CoursePer Year (100 Credit Points)
Graduate Diploma of Psychological Studies – Year 1 $18,688.00
– Year 2 $25,589.00
Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) – Honours Year. $25,584.00
Master of Psychology (Clinical) – Postgraduate Year 1 $36,780.00
– Postgraduate Year 2 $36,778.00
Master of Professional Psychology $30,848.00
Master of Psychology (Sport & Exercise)– Postgraduate Year 1. $36,780.00
– Postgraduate Year 2. $36,777.00
Doctor of Psychology (Sport & Exercise, Clinical)
Postgraduate Year 1 $36,780.00
Postgraduate Year 2 $36,777.00
Postgraduate Year 3 $36,777.00
Postgraduate Year 4 $subsidised no charge (50 Credit Points)
NOTE: All tuition fees are subject to annual CPI increases. Year on year fee increases will be announced each year prior the start of the year in line with year on year Educational Consumer Price Index rises.
2023 Fees and Key dates will be released soon.
Upfront Tuition and Payment Plans
Students who pay tuition fees upfront can pay their full semester fee by the published census date for each semester or pay semester fees in two installments. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (03) 9008 1601 for more information about installment payments.
Students can opt to pay their tuition fees upfront or apply for FEE HELP (where eligible).
ISN Psychology is now an approved FEE HELP provider. Once fully enrolled in a course, eligible ISN students can apply for FEE HELP and gain access to government funding.
Please visit the Study Assist website for more information about FEE HELP, including eligibility, loan limits and the application process.
Youth Allowance, Austudy, ABstudy
All ISN Psychology courses are eligible for ABstudy, Austudy, and Youth Allowance.
Undergraduate, honours and Master level courses have been approved for Austudy and Youth Allowance.
ISN Psychology’s Master Level programs are approved course for the purpose of student payments. This means enrolled Full-Time master’s students can apply for Austudy or Youth Allowance through Centrelink.
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