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PAYMENT OPTIONS

Griffith College has a range of payment options for both international and domestic students.

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International students

If you are an international student and this is your first trimester of studies at Griffith College, you would have paid your tuition fees prior to your arrival in Australia.

Payment options below do not apply to Griffith University students. Please refer to Griffith University website for payment details.

Your fees can be paid by:

Western Union Global Pay

With the Western Union Global Pay for Students platform, you can complete  your payment in your own currency using a cost-effective telegraphic transfer or credit card, without hassles, processing fees, or delays.

To pay by telegraphic transfer or credit card log onto Western Union Global Pay as outlined in your Acceptance of Offer. When you accept your offer, please ensure you attach a copy of your telegraphic transfer receipt.

Telegraphic transfer/direct deposit

Ensure you put your student ID number in the reference field so we can identify your payment.

Please email finance@griffithcollege.edu.au a copy of your payment once made or if you have any queries.

Australian citizen / permanent resident

If you are an Australian Citizen / Permanent Resident, you have the following payment options:

FEE-HELP

FEE-HELP is only available for Diploma and Associate Degree programs, for:

  • Australian Citizens or
  • New Zealand Special Category Visa (NZ SCV) holder who meets the long term residency requirement or
  • Permanent Humanitarian Visa holders

FEE-HELP is the Australian Government loan scheme that will assist eligible* full fee-paying domestic (Australian) students to pay their tuition fees at an eligible Higher Education Provider. A FEE-HELP loan can cover all or part of a student’s tuition fees. There is a 25% loan fee imposed by the Government. The portion that you elect to pay can be paid upfront using the methods outlined above or a payment plan can be entered into for this amount (refer to Payment Plan below).

Repayments can be made through the taxation system along with any other HELP loan (e.g. HECS-HELP). Compulsory repayments commence once taxable income reaches a certain threshold which for the 2020 income year is $45,881. Voluntary repayments can be made at any time. Australian Government Study Assist has detailed information including a FEE-HELP information booklet.

*FEE-HELP loan policy requires students to maintain a minimum pass rate, relevant to the number of units they are enrolled in (not their academic pass rate), to continue using FEE-HELP for their studies.

Apply for fee-help Online

If you wish to apply for FEE-HELP please email admin@griffithcollege.edu.au so a FEE-HELP application can be arranged for you and emailed to you by the Australian Government.

Payment plan

If you wish to enter into a payment plan arrangement with Griffith College for all or part of your tuition fees for the trimester, you must contact Griffith College’s finance department prior to enrolling. Payment plan arrangements allows you to pay all fees owing in four monthly instalments.

Direct Deposit

Ensure you put your student ID number in the reference field so we can identify your payment.

Please email finance@griffithcollege.edu.au a copy of your payment once made or if you have any queries.

 

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