If you are an international student and this is your first semester of studies at Griffith College, you would have paid your tuition fees prior to your arrival in Australia. Your fees can be paid by:
Western Union GlobalPay
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 to the form so that we can track your payment.
Telegraphic transfer/direct deposit
|Bank||Westpac Banking Corporation|
|Branch||109 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000|
|Account name||Griffith College Student Fees Account|
Ensure you put your student ID number in the reference field so we can identify your payment.
Please contact the reception immediately if you have not paid your fees, as you will not be able to select your courses of study until your fees and charges have been paid.
Australian Citizen / Permanent Resident
If you are an Australian Citizen / Permanent Resident, you have the following payment options:
- Is only available for Diploma and Associate Degree programs, for:
- Australian Citizens
- New Zealand Special Category Visa (NZ SCV) holder who meets the long term residency requirement or;
- Permanent Humanitarian Visa holders
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 2017/18 income year is $55,874. Voluntary repayments can be made at any time. Australian Government Study Assist has detailed information including a FEE-HELP information booklet.
Apply for FEE-HELP online
If you qualify for FEE-HELP you must complete the online FEE-HELP Assistance Form and submit it to Griffith College. FEE-HELP may be requested for either the total tuition cost or a portion of the tuition cost.
*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.