Tuition Fees Order (No. 2) 2013

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THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
 
Fees Statute 2006
 
TUITION FEES ORDER (No. 2) 2013
 
 
The Vice-Chancellor of The Australian National University makes this Order under section 4 of the Fees Statute 2006.
 
Dated: 18 December 2013
 
 
 
 
 
Professor Ian Young AO
VICE-CHANCELLOR
______________________________________________________
 
 
[General Note:
The University is permitted to charge fees under section 41 of the Australian National University Act 1991 and section 19-85 of the Higher Education Support Act 2003 (‘the HES Act’). The Acts are accessible on the Internet at the following website:
http://www.comlaw.gov.au/
 
The Fees Rules relate to types of fees which the University is permitted to charge under the HES Act and which the Council has authorised for collection.  The Rules are designed to be consistent with the HES Act and with Guidelines issued by the Minister under that Act.  The Guidelines are accessible on the Internet at the following website:
http://www.innovation.gov.au
 
 
The Orders are intended to complement the Rules by setting out a framework under which particular fees can be calculated.]
 
1       Name of Order and commencement
1.1        This Order is the Tuition Fees Order (No. 2) 2013.
1.2        This Order commences on the day after it is registered.
2       Interpretation
2.1        In this Order, unless the contrary intention appears words and expressions used in this Order and in the Fees Rules have the same respective meanings as they have in the Fees Rules.
3       Application
3.1        This Order applies for 2014 to persons to whom the Fees Rules apply.
3.2        Notwithstanding anything else in this Order, if the Vice-Chancellor or a Deputy Vice-Chancellor arranges for a program to be offered in conjunction with another tertiary education institution or educational provider, the arrangement prevails over this Order and this Order is to be interpreted accordingly.
3.3        In addition to and notwithstanding anything else in this Order, if the Vice-Chancellor or a Deputy Vice-Chancellor enters into a contract with a private or government organisation for a program to be offered, in relation to a person undertaking that program the contract prevails over this Order and this Order is to be interpreted accordingly.
4       Fees
4.1        The indicative tuition fees set out in Schedules 1 and 2 apply for 2014 to a student to whom this Order applies.
5       Calculation of particular domestic student fees etc
5.1        Particular domestic student tuition and contribution amounts are to be calculated in accordance with the guidelines set out on the following website:
http://studyat.anu.edu.au/fees_and_charges.html
6       Calculation of particular international student fees etc
6.1        Particular international student tuition and contribution amounts are to be calculated in accordance with the guidelines set out on the following website under International students:
http://students.anu.edu.au/fees/.
7       5% cap on fee increase
7.1        Until 31 December 2014, a student who commenced before 2013 and remains in his or her current program is to have a 5% cap (compounded annually) applied to the fees he or she paid for his or her commencement year.
7.2        On and after 1 January 2015, all students are liable for the tuition fee applied to each year, regardless of commencement date
8       Extension of program arrangements for higher degree research students
8.1        A student enrolled in a higher degree research program who has successfully obtained an extension of program beyond the normal time limit is to pay fees as follows:
              (a)   a domestic student:
                     is to be granted an exemption scholarship in 2014;
              (b)   an international student resident in Australia:
                     is to pay a subsidized fee of $3,000 (non-laboratory) or $4,000 (laboratory) for a period of 6 months in 2014;
              (c)   an international student resident overseas:
                     is not required to pay the subsidized fee mentioned in paragraph 8.1(b).
9       Student Services and Amenities Fee
9.1        All students enrolled at the University are liable to pay the applicable Student Services and Amenities Fee mentioned in Schedule 3 unless the Schedule provides otherwise.  
10     Repeal
10.1      The Tuition Fees Order 2013, as amended and in force immediately before the commencement of this Order, is repealed.
 
 
 
SCHEDULE 1
INDICATIVE FEE SCHEDULE
Indicative Fees as at 30/11/2013 and may be subject to change.
 
ANU College/ School
Program
2014 Domestic Fee (per 48 units)
2014 International Fee (per 48 units)
2015 Domestic Fee (per 48 units)
2015 International Fee (per 48 units)


ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

RSH&A
RSSS
CHELT
ADSRI
ANIP
Undergraduate Awards (except DART coded courses)
19,845
25,984
20,837
28,582

Undergraduate Awards (DART coded courses)
22,512
27,307
23,638
30,038

Graduate Coursework (except DART coded courses)
19,824
30,111
20,815
33,122

Graduate coursework (DART codes)
22,512
31,593
23,638
34,752

Research MPhil/PhD
---
28,683 10
---
31551 10


ASIA AND THE PACIFIC

CHL
Undergraduate awards
19,845
25,984
20,837
28,582

Graduate Diploma
19,845
25,984
20,837
28,582

Graduate coursework including non-award (5150)
22,491
31,593
23,616
34,752

Research (MPhil/PhD)
---
25,984
---
28,582

IPS
Graduate Coursework
22,491
31,593
23,616
34,752

Oslo Semester
22,491
22,492
23,616
24,741

Research (MPhil/PhD)
---
25,984
---
28,582

RJD
Graduate Coursework
22,491
31,593
23,616
34,752

Research (MPhil/PhD)
---
25,984
---
28,582

Crawford School
Preliminary Programs:3
 
 
 
 

EMDV/PubPol/IDEC Prep (5085)
10,608
10,608
11,138
11,669

EMDV/POGO Bridging
---
33,181
---
36,499

IDEC Bridging (5083)
---
33,181
---
36,499

Maths Bridging (5086)
---
25,984
---
28,582

Grad non-award (5082)
---
33,181
---
36,499

Graduate Coursework (bar those below)
28,683
33,181
30,117
36,499

Master of Natural Hazards
23,602
30,111
24,782
33,122

MAAPD
19,845
30,111
20,837
33,122

Research (MPhil/PhD/DrPubPol)
---
33,181
---
36,499

 
 
 
 
 
 

BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

CBE
Undergraduate awards
25,984
30,111
27,283
33,122

Graduate coursework
25,984
31,593
27,283
34,752

Research (MPhil/PhD)
---
33,181
---
36,499

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

CECS
Undergraduate Awards
23,602
30,111
24,782
33,122

Graduate Coursework 8
23,602
30,111
24,782
33,122

Research (MPhil/PhD)
---
33,181
---
36,499

 
 

LAW

LAW
Undergraduate awards
22,491
30,111
23,616
33,122

Juris Doctor
22,491
30,111
23,616
33,122

Graduate coursework (bar those below)
22,491
30,111
23,616
33,122

GDLP
See note4
See note4
See note4
See note4

Military Law program
31,593
---
33,173
---

Research (MPhil/PhD/SJD)
---
30,111
---
33,122


 MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES

MEDICINE
Undergraduate awards
49,004
62,551
51,454
68,806

Research (MPhil/PhD)
---
33,181
---
36,499

MD2
3,500
3,500
3,500
3,500

MPH6
23,602
30,111
24,782
33,122

CHAM 9
23,602
30,111
24,782
33,122

JCSMR
Research (MPhil/PhD)
---
33,181
---
36,499

Graduate Coursework
23,602
30,111
24,782
33,122

Institute of Population Health (NCEPH, APHCRI, CMHR, ACERH, Menzies)
(Research) MPhil/PhD
---
33,181
---
36,499

Graduate Coursework
23,602
30,111
24,782
33,122

 
 
 
 
 


SCIENCE

SCIENCE
Undergraduate awards
23,602
30,111
24,782
33,122

Graduate Coursework (bar those below)
23,602
30,111
24,782
33,122

GCert & GDip Theory & Practice of Science Centres
19,845
19,845
20,837
21,830

Research (MPhil/PhD)
---
33,181
---
36,499

 

NATIONAL SECURITY COLLEGE

NSC
Graduate coursework
22,491
31,593
23,616
34,752

Research (MPhil/PhD)
---
25,984
---
28,582

 

OTHER

Associate Degrees (CIT)
Associate Degree (Eng)
Domestic and International fees charged at equivalent rates to cognate undergraduate programs for courses undertaken on the ANU Campus.  CIT-based courses will be charged at CIT rates.

Associate Degree (Sci)

Associate Degrees (ANU)
Social Studies
Domestic fees charged at equivalent rates to cognate undergraduate programs.

Business

Science & Technology

Study Abroad 7
---
---
14,024 7 per semester
---
14,725 7 per semester

Higher Doctorates 2
---
1,575
1,575
1,575
1,575

Board of Studies/ Centrally Approved Courses
Writing for Government
2,481
3,764
2,605
4,140

 
UN Development Internship
2,811
3,949
2,952
4,344

 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
NOTES
1 Some courses taken at overseas institutions may cost up to $600 per unit
2 Flat rate, non-refundable administrative and examination charge.
3 For domestic students the fees are based on the fees for the individual courses in which the students enrol.
4 The GDLP has several different fee rates dependent on the way a student configures their program.  Schedule 2 illustrates these fees in detail.
5 This is a flat rate as required by contractual obligation for this Program.
6 For the MPH, common courses within the CHMD program will be charged as CASS related courses.
7 The Study Abroad rate is determined by using the price for 12 units of undergraduate Science and 12 units of undergraduate Arts and is an indicative program fee only. This is the fee to be charged to nominated sponsors as a flat program fee per semester.
8 The courses ENGN8110, ENGN8120, ENGN8130 and ENGN8140 are part of our joint MEP with UniSA and will be charged the following for DTF students (per unit): 2014 $468 and 2015 $491
9 CHMD8004 will be charged the following (per unit) if taken as part of the Master of Culture, Health and Medicine program: DTF - 2013 $394, 2014 $414 and 2015 $434. ISF - 2013 $597, 2014 $627 and 2015 $658.
10 Coursework courses taken as part of a research program will be charged at the relevant coursework rate.
 
 
SCHEDULE 2 – OTHER FEES
 
 
 
Course
Subject
Cat.
Units
DTF
2014
ISF
2014
DTF
2015
ISF
2015



Accounts
LEGW
8100
3
$1,092
$1,359
$1,147
$1,495

Legal Ethics
LEGW
8101
3
$1,092
$1,359
$1,147
$1,495

Criminal Practice
LEGW
8106
3
$993
$1,299
$1,043
$1,429

Family Law Practice
LEGW
8107
3
$993
$1,299
$1,043
$1,429

Wills Probate and Admin
LEGW
8114
3
$993
$1,299
$1,043
$1,429

Admin Law Practice
LEGW
8118
3
$993
$1,299
$1,043
$1,429

Government Law Practice
LEGW
8124
3
$993
$1,299
$1,043
$1,429

Consumer Law Practice
LEGW
8135
3
$993
$1,299
$1,043
$1,429

Employ & Indust Practice
LEGW
8136
3
$993
$1,299
$1,043
$1,429

Plan & Env Practice
LEGW
8137
3
$993
$1,299
$1,043
$1,429

Becoming a Practitioner
LEGW
8141
3
$1,473
$1,881
$1,547
$2,069

Professional Practice Core
LEGW
8142
15
$4,965
$6,930
$5,213
$7,623

Legal Practice Experience
LEGW
8143
3-12
$0
$0
$0
$0

 
 
 
 
 
 
SCHEDULE 3
STUDENT SERVICES AND AMENITIES FEE
 
ANU is to charge the fee in 2014 to all students*  as follows:
·         $281 for full-time students (to be indexed each year)
·         $140.50 for part-time students (to be indexed each year)
 
Student cohort
Liable?
Note

Commonwealth supported students
Yes
A government funded loan scheme will be available enabling eligible* students in this cohort to defer payment of the SA fee known as SA HELP.

Domestic tuition fee (DTF) paying students
Yes
A government funded loan scheme will be available enabling eligible* students in this cohort to defer payment of the SA fee known as SA HELP.

Research Training Scheme students (Domestic PhD or MPhil)
Yes
A government funded loan scheme will be available enabling eligible* students in this cohort to defer payment of the SA fee known as SA HELP.

Domestic cross-institutional students
(inbound)
No
Cross-institutional students coming from another institution are not eligible to defer the debt through SA HELP.

Domestic exchange students (outbound)
Yes
A government funded loan scheme will be available enabling eligible* students in this cohort to defer payment of the SA fee known as SA HELP.

Study abroad students (inbound)
Yes
Inbound study abroad students coming from another institution are not eligible to defer the debt through SA HELP.

Exchange students (inbound)
No
 

International student fee(ISF) paying students
Yes
International students are not eligible to defer the debt through SA HELP.

 
NOTES
1 *Eligible students include all Australian citizens and some permanent humanitarian visa holders enrolled in an award program.
 
2 In spite of Schedule 3, students in the following online only programs are exempt from the Student Services and Amenities fee:
·         6353 Graduate Certificate in Australian Migration Law and Practice
·         6312 Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
 
3 In spite of Schedule 3, students enrolled in the following transnational offshore program are exempt from the Student Services and Amenities fee:
·         7812XTSING Master of Management
 
4 Students who are in the following programs who have concurrent full-time enrolment at a secondary school or secondary College are exempt from the Student Services and Amenities Fee:
·         Bachelor of Studies
·         Diploma of Studies