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FEE-HELP Student Loans
What is FEE-HELP?
FEE-HELP is a loan scheme that assists eligible fee paying students pay all or part of their tuition fees. FEE-HELP is available for accredited higher education award courses provided by TAFE NSW, such as undergraduate and postgraduate degrees or graduate certificates.
Students enrolled in TAFE NSW Higher Education courses pay a commercial fee for their studies. Fees for domestic students are calculated on a per subject basis and payable by semester. Domestic students can pay their fees up front or if eligible, take out a FEE-HELP loan and defer payment of fees until they reach a prescribed income threshold. Fees for international students are calculated on a full course basis and are payable by year.
Download the latest Schedule of Fees (.pdf 154KB) from the Higher Education website.
Refer to the DEC FEE-HELP intranet page for a range of tuition fee information including:
- Tuition Fees policy and procedure
- forms related to requesting a recredit of a FEE-HELP balance
- Higher Education withdrawal form
Refer to the Applying and Fees page on the TAFE NSW Higher Education website for information related to tuition fees and FEE-HELP. This information is also available on the TAFE NSW (HOWEX) website on the FEE-HELP Loans page. Both of these sites are internet sites and students and the public have access to this information.
The Study Assist site is the commonwealth government's internet site with information regarding FEE-HELP. You can download the current FEE-HELP booklet (.pdf 2MB) from this site.
What courses are available under FEE-HELP?
FEE-HELP assistance is currently offered for the following courses:
Early Childhood Education and Care (Birth-5) Bachelor (20510)