Band | Area of study | per 1 EFTSL | per 4.5 unit course |
---|---|---|---|

1 | Humanities, behavioural science, social studies, foreign languages, visual and performing arts, clinical psychology, nursing and education | $6,044 | $755 |

2 | Computing, built environment, health, engineering, surveying, agriculture, Mathematics, statistics, science | $8,613 | $1,076 |

3 | Law, dentistry, medicine, veterinary science, accounting, administration, economics, commerce | $10,085 | $1,260 |

The cost of your education as a **Commonwealth supported student**
is shared between what you pay and what the Government pays. Generally speaking
the Commonwealth Government pays part of the cost of your education and you pay
a **student contribution** (formerly known as HECS). Student
contribution amounts are calculated per **unit of study**, which is
equivalent to a 'course' at UniSA. Units of study/courses are grouped into
**bands** which attract different student contribution amounts.

Your student contribution amount for each course is based on the band amount
(refer above for amount appropriate to you) and the EFTSL^{1}
value of the course.

**Student contribution amount for a unit of study/course**

The formula for calculating your contribution amount for this course is:

**EFSTL**^{1}**
value for the course x band amount **

**As an example:**

EEET 2022 has an EFTSL^{1} value of 0.125^{2 }
and is a band 2 course with a Band amount of $8,613.

Therefore the student contribution amount (fee) you will be required to pay for
this course is equal to 0.125 x $8,613, or $1,076.00^{3}.

All Students |
---|

$8,363 |

For previous years, check the historical student contribution rates.

^{1 }The EFTSL (Equivalent Full Time Student
Load) value is a measure of the study load for a course, as a measure of
the total required study load for a full year in undertaking your
program on a full-time basis.

^{2 }Please note all EFTSL values are published and calculated at ten decimal places. Values are displayed to three decimal places for ease of interpretation.

^{3 }If the amount calculated consists of whole
dollars and a number of cents, the amount will be rounded down to the
nearest whole dollar.