Paying your fees
There are a few important things you need to know before paying your fees at Curtin. See our quick guide or follow the links below for more information.
- eInvoice – your eInvoice will tell you how much you need to pay for your enrolled units. You should generate your eInvoice before making payment to make sure you’re paying the right amount.
- Payment due dates – you’ll need to make sure your fees are paid by the relevant due date. If you miss the due date, you will risk late payment penalties and/or cancellation of your enrolment.
- Payment options – whether you’re paying locally or from overseas, there are a number of simple and secure ways to pay your fees at Curtin.
- Commonwealth supported places and HELP loans – if you are a domestic student, you may be eligible for government assistance to help pay your tuition fees.
- Late payment of tuition fees – if you are an international student, you may be eligible for payment assistance if you can’t pay your fees by the due date.
- Sponsorships – if a department, body or organisation (e.g. your employer) will be sponsoring your studies at Curtin, you may need to let us know.
- Scholarships – whether you are a new or current student, you may be eligible for a Curtin scholarship to support you through your studies.
- International financial aid – if you are a US, Canadian or Indian student, you may be eligible for assistance through international financial aid programs.