Before paying your total deposit fees, we recommend you read and understand your Letter of Offer and develop a budget to ensure you are able to fund the cost of studying in Australia. You should also read through our Fees and Charges Policy (PDF 210 k).
What do I need to pay?
You are required to pay the total deposit as noted in section 2 of your Letter of Offer. The total deposit usually includes the following:
- Visa-length Overseas Student Health Cover (OHSC)
- First trimester of tuition fees
- An application fee (if applicable)
How do I calculate the cost of my tuition fees?
Our international fees and charges website provides a step-by-step guide on how to calculate your tuition fees.
The fees quoted in your Letter of Offer are current at the time of issue, however fees are reviewed annually and are subject to change. You will find the fees applicable to your program in your commencing trimester in the degree and career finder. The fees quoted in your Letter of Offer do not include any special equipment or resources that may be required.
How do I pay my fees?
You can pay your fees by:
- telegraphic transfer
- credit card
- bank draft or cheque.
Login to Griffith University’s International Online Application System. Under the 'My Applications' tab, select the 'Respond to Offer' action. Follow the prompts to accept your offer and pay applicable fees through Western Union GlobalPay. Please include a copy of your telegraphic transfer receipt from your bank so we can track your payment.
Login to Griffith University’s International Online Application System. Under the 'My Applications' tab, select the 'Respond to Offer' action. Follow the prompts to accept your offer and pay applicable fees through Western Union GlobalPay.
Bank draft or cheque
If you are paying by bank draft or cheque, make sure that your name and Griffith student ID number appear on the back of the bank draft or cheque.
Western Union GlobalPay
Griffith University partners with Western Union Business Solutions to give you a simple, efficient way to pay your fees. When you accept your offer through Griffith University’s International Online Application System, you will automatically be redirected to Western Union GlobalPay. All other students should visit Western Union GlobalPay directly.
The benefits of paying your fees using telegraphic transfer with Western Union GlobalPay includes:
- There are no telegraphic transfer charges from Western Union Business Solutions.
- You can pay in your home currency or an alternative currency of your choice. Griffith will still receive your payment in Australian dollars.
- Your exchange rate will be locked in for 72 hours.
- Your payment will arrive quickly.
Western Union GlobalPay will guide you through the process to pay your fees. If you have any questions about making your payment, Western Union Business Solutions has a dedicated customer service team to answer your questions.
When do I pay my tuition fee for future trimesters?
Your tuition fee for future trimesters are due for payment by census date, which is at the end of week 4 of classes (Sunday).