The good news is that heaps of our courses are subsidised by the government, and we have a great range of payment options, concessions, and credit transfer options - so why wouldn't you make the most of it?
The cost of your TAFE Queensland course depends on a number of factors, such as:
If you are paying upfront, course fees are paid at the time of enrolment. Payment can be made by credit card or BPAY.
If you are deferring your fees using VET Student Loans you will be required to repay your loan through the Australian taxation system once you hit an earnings threshold.
If you have been approved for a payment plan you'll pay your fees in instalments. The frequency and amount will depend on your individual payment plan.
Everyone loves a good discount and there are a range of subsidies provided to eligible TAFE Queensland students:
To be eligible for the government subsidised fee you must:
If you are not eligible for the government subsidised fee, the full fee will apply.
To be eligible for the concession fee, you must meet the government subsidised fee requirements, as well as one of the following criteria:
Proof of eligibility may be requested to support your concession status, such as:
Don't meet the criteria above? Not to worry, the Australian government has a number of financial assistance schemes no matter what your circumstances.
Check out what financial support you are eligible for.
If you're suffering from extreme financial hardship you can apply for assistance. One of our counsellors will work with you to find a solution - contact your local TAFE Queensland team for more information.