How to Pay
Before you accept your offer and enrol, it is important to understand the fees associated with your course and to make plans for how you will cover the costs. Your Statement of Fees provides you with an estimate of your total course fees. You will be only be charged one semester at a time based on the units that you enrol into.
On your enrolment day you will receive an invoice detailing the total amount of fees due for your first semester of study and their due dates. It is your responsibility to ensure that your fees are paid by the stated due dates.
Payments are accepted in-person, online, by mail, or over-the-phone.
Online payments can be made via the Student Portal by clicking on the My Finances tab at the top of the screen.
BPAY payments can be made through your online banking using the BPAY Biller Code and Reference number at the bottom of your invoice.
In-person payments of cash, cheque or card can be made by visiting the Information Centre on the Ground Floor of Building A at our La Trobe Street campus during the hours of 8:30am - 4pm Monday to Thursday or 9:30am - 4pm Friday.
Over-the-phone bank/credit card payments can be made by calling (03) 9606 2111 during the hours of 8:30am - 4pm Monday to Thursday or 9:30am - 4pm Friday.
Mail cheques to William Angliss Institute, 555 La Trobe Street, Melbourne VIC 3000. Include your student number on the cheque so that the payment can be credited to the correct account.
Fee Assistance Options
At William Angliss Institute we understand that many students are not in a financial position to pay all of their course fees up front. This document provides information on the services and programs available to assist you in paying your fees.
The options below only apply to your tuition costs. Any other costs listed on your Statement of Fees, such as student services fees, materials and excursions must be paid in full prior to the start of classes.
Payment Plans – All Courses
All domestic students who are enrolled into a William Angliss Institute course, who are unable to pay their full tuition fees up front, may apply to place some or all of their tuition fees on a payment plan. All fees for materials, student amenities, and excursions cannot be placed on a payment plan and must be paid in full by their published due dates.
To apply for a payment plan, a student must visit the Information Centre on the Ground Floor of Building A and request a Payment Plan Application Form.
There is a $20 Payment Plan Set-up Fee and a 3% Payment Plan Administration Fee which is added to the total amount placed on the payment plan.
Standard payment plans last 10 weeks. Longer payment plans can be approved in special circumstances.
Concessions - Certificate III and IV
If you are studying in one of our Certificate-level programs, you may be able to apply for a concession to your student fees. To be eligible for a concession, you must be enrolled in a government subsidised place, have a valid Healthcare Card, Pensioner's Card, Veteran's Gold Card or identify as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander. You can check if you've been offered a government subsidised place by checking your offer letter. You must apply for a concession at the Information Centre on the Ground Floor of Building A, prior to the start of classes.
Students who receive a concession get an 80% reduction in their tuitions fees. The remaining 20% must either be paid upfront or placed on a payment plan (see above).
Students must reapply for their concession every semester.
Concessions - Diploma and Advanced Diploma
Concessions can only be applied at Diploma or Advanced Diploma-level programs, if you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander. Please read about applying for concession in the section above.
FEE-HELP – Degrees
If you are an Australian citizen, New Zealand citizen, or holder of a permanent humanitarian visa, you may qualify for a FEE-HELP Loan. FEE-HELP Loans allow eligible Higher Education students to place their tuition fees on a student loan, up to a lifetime maximum limit. This amount will later be repaid through the Australian Taxation Office when your income exceeds the income threshold.
All William Angliss students who accept their offer to study in a Higher Education course will be contacted by our Student Loans team with more information on loan eligibility requirements and how to apply.
If you are an Australian citizen, New Zealand citizen, or holder of a permanent humanitarian visa, you may qualify for a VET Student Loan. VET Student Loans allow eligible Diploma or Advanced Diploma students to place a portion of their tuition fees on a student loan. This amount will later be repaid through the Australian Taxation Office when your income exceeds the income threshold.
All William Angliss students who accept their offer to study in a Diploma or Advanced Diploma course will be contacted by our Student Loans team with more information on loan eligibility requirements and how to apply.
Eligibility for a VET Student Loan will be assessed on an individual basis, however the basic requirements are outlined below.
To be eligible for a VET Student Loan you must:
- Be enrolled in one of William Angliss Institute's Diploma or Advanced Diploma courses that are approved for VET Student Loan.
- Provide evidence of your Australian citizenship, status as permanent humanitarian visa holder, or be a New Zealand Special Visa holder who meets the long-term residency requirements.
- Provide evidence of your academic suitability in the form of a Year 12 certificate, Certificate IV or higher, or scores of Exit Level 3 or higher from an approved Language, Literacy & Numeracy test.
The size of the loan available to you depends on which course you are enrolled into. Each course has a loan cap which is determined by the Department of Education.
|Diploma of Food Science & Technology||$15,225|
|Diploma of Hospitality Management||$5,075|
|Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management||$5,075|
|Diploma of Event Management||$5,075|
|Advanced Diploma of Event Management||$5,075|
|Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management||$5,075|
|Advanced Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management||$5,075|
The amount of the loan will be spread out over the entire course. Any remaining tuition fees will either need to be paid by their due dates or placed on a payment plan. Please find an explanation of payment plans above.
You are enrolled into a full-time Diploma of Travel and Tourism Management. Your tuition fees for the course, as indicated in your Statement of Fees are $10,000 (approximately $5000 each semester). You want to place the full $5,075 available on a VET Student Loan and the rest on a standard payment plan.
$5000 (Approximate total tuition fees for Semester 1)
-$2533 (Approximate amount placed on loan)
= $2,467 Amount to be placed on payment plan
Add $94 ($20 + 3% of $2,467) payment plan administration fee
= $2,561 Amount to be placed payment plan
$2561 divided by 10 = $256.10. You would need to make a payment of $256.10 each week for 10 weeks to cover the rest of your tuition fees for Semester 1.