2023 Domestic Fee Paying Tuition Fees

The amounts displayed are the cost, per unit of credit (UOC). 48 UOC is the standard full-time load for one year and most courses at UNSW are worth 6 UOC each.

For 2022 Domestic Tuition Fees please see here.

Course Details Cost per unit of credit
Prefix Discipline Under­grad­uate Post­grad­uate
ACCT Accounting $995 $775
ACTL Actuarial Studies $995 $775
COMM Commerce $995 $775
ECON Economics $995 $775
FINS Finance $995 $775
GENC Business General Education $995 na
INFS Information Systems $995 $775
MARK Marketing $995 $775
MFIN Master of Finance Courses na $775
MGMT Organisation and Management $995 $775
RISK Risk Management $995 $775
TABL Taxation and Business Law $995 $775
ZZBU Business Accelerated $995 $775
AGSM@UNSW Business School MBA Programs
AGSM Management $865
MBAE Management $1,510
MNGT All MNGT7XXX courses $1,135
MNGT All MNGT5XXX courses except those above $1,135

In addition to tuition fees, UNSW will charge a Student Services & Amenities Fee

How to calculate fees

  • 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. undergraduate / 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 ACCT1501 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 ACCT5978 which has a value of 6 UOC: The fee for this course will be $745 x 6 = $4,650 which is charged at the postgraduate rate.

Note about fees

UNSW reserves the right to vary student fees during enrolment in line with relevant legislation. The table above shows indicative tuition fee amounts.

The fees listed on this table are in Australian dollars (AUD). Tuition fees are reviewed annually and may increase each year. UNSW makes every attempt to ensure that all information is current but reserves the right to amend any or all of the information above without notice in response to changing circumstances.

Students are charged tuition at the rate corresponding to the year of the Census date applicable to their enrolment in a course.

All tuition and related payments are due at the beginning of each term/semester (unless otherwise stated) and must be paid by the Due Date for Payment.

See also

Fees from prior years

Archived fees

Financial assistance

Commonwealth assistance

Summer term fees

For courses offered in summer

Incidental fees

For goods/services incidental to study

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