Tuition Fees Order (No. 2) 2012

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THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
 
Fees Statute 2006
 
TUITION FEES ORDER (No. 2) 2012
 
 
The Acting Vice-Chancellor of The Australian National University makes this Order under section 4 of the Fees Statute 2006.
 
Dated: 22 August 2012.
 
 
 
 
 
Professor Margaret Harding
Acting 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.deewr.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) 2012.
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 2012 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 Schedule 1 apply for 2012 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://info.anu.edu.au/StudyAt/Student_Administration/_Financial_information/_Domestic_Students.asp.
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://www.anu.edu.au/sas/fees/.
7       5% cap on fee increase
7.1        A student who remains in his or her current program is protected against substantial fee increases by a 5% cap (compounded annually) applied to the fees he or she paid for his or her commencement year.
 
[Example:
Jack commenced a Master of Professional Accounting in 2007.  All of Jack's tuition fees for this program are determined by his commencement year.  This program could be completed in 2007 if Jack enrolled on a full-time basis, but he works full-time and is studying part time, so expects to complete the program sometime in 2009. 
Jack has a particular penchant for technology issues in the workplace and would like to undertake course INFS8004 (Information Systems Management in Organisations) at some stage during his program as an elective.
If Jack enrols in this course in 2007, the tuition fee is $2640. If Jack enrols in this course in 2008, the tuition fee increases by 5% ie $2640 x 105% = $2772. If Jack enrols in this course in 2009, the tuition fee increases by a further 5 % ie $2772 x 105% = $2910.
He also likes the look of the syllabus for ECON8066 (Issues in Market Design).
If Jack enrols in this course in 2007, the tuition fee is $2520. If Jack enrols in this course in 2008, the tuition fee increases by 5% ie $2520 x 105% = $2646. If Jack enrols in this course in 2009, the tuition fee increases by a further 5% ie $2646 x 105% = $2778. Other examples are set out in the guidelines mentioned in clause 5.]
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 2012;
              (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 2012;
              (c)   an international student resident overseas:
                     is to have his or her tuition fees waived in 2012.
[Notes: Transitional HECS Arrangements
a.         The Business and Economics "Band 2" protection will continue until the end of 2012 in line with the DEEWR transition arrangements.
b.         A student who commenced a program in 2009 was required to pay up to the maximum of the national priorities rate for any mathematics, statistics and science courses the student undertook.  A student who commenced a non-natural and physical sciences program before 1 January 2009 and who transfers into a natural and physical science program will also be eligible for the national priority amount.  Other students continue to pay up to the Band 2 maximum for mathematics, statistics and science courses.]
9       Student Services and Amenities Fee
9.1        All domestic students enrolled at ANU are liable to pay the applicable Student Services and Amenities Fee mentioned in Schedule 4.  
10     Repeal
10.1      The Tuition Fees Order 2012, as amended and in force immediately before the commencement of this Order, is repealed.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SCHEDULE 1
2012 INDICATIVE FEES SCHEDULE
28/07/2011
 
All fees are quoted on a per annum basis (standard 48 units) unless otherwise noted
ANU College/
School
Program
Units (Per Year)
Domestic Indicative Annual Fee 2012
Price Point
(Schedule 2)
International Indicative Annual Fee 2012
Price Point
(Schedule 2)

ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

RSH&A
Undergraduate Awards
(except DART coded courses)
Undergraduate Awards
(DART coded courses)
Diploma in Arts
Graduate coursework (except DART coded courses
 
Graduate coursework (DART codes)
Research MPhil/PhD (Except New Media Arts)
Research (PhD/MPhil) (New Media Arts)
 
48
 
 
48
42
24
36
48
 
48
 
48
 
48
 
 
18,000
 
 
20,400
15,750
9,000
13,500
18,000
 
20,400
 
---
 
---
 
H
 
 
J
H
H
H
H
 
J
 
---
 
---
23,568
 
 
 
24,768
20,622
13,656
23,898
27,312
 
28,656
 
26,016 10
 
26,016 10
M
 
 
 
N
M
P
P
P
 
Q
 
O
 
O

RSSS
Undergraduate awards
Diploma in Arts
Graduate coursework
 
Research (MPhil/PhD)
48
42
36
48
48
18,000
15,750
13,500
18,000
---
H
H
H
H
---
23,568
20,622
20,484
27,312
26,016 10
 
M
M
P
P
O

CEDAM
Graduate coursework
Research (MPhil/PhD)
48
48
10,800
---
B
---
27,312
26,016 10
 
P
O

ANIP
Internship courses
18-24
375 p.u.
H
569 p.u.
P

ADSRI
GCSR
MPS, MSR
Research (MPhil/PhD)
24
48
48
 
9,000
18,000
---
H
H
---
13,656
27,312
24,768 10
P
P
N

 
ASIA AND THE PACIFIC

CHL
UG Diploma
Undergraduate awards
Graduate Diploma
Graduate coursework
Research (MPhil/PhD)
Grad non-award (5150)
48
48
48
48
48
48
18,000
18,000
18,000
20,400
---
20,400
H
H
H
J
---
J
23,568
23,568
23,568
28,656
23,568
28,656
M
M
M
Q
M
Q

IPS
 
Grad Cert (IR)
Grad Dip
Grad non-award (5096)
IR Bridging (5059)
Masters Foundation (5060)
Oslo Semester
Masters (IR & SS) 1
Research (MPhil/PhD)
24
48
48
v’ble
48
 
24
48
48
10,200
20,400
20,400
---
20,400
 
10,200
20,400
---
J
J
J
---
J
 
J
J
---
14,328
28,656
28,656
28,656
28,656
 
10,200
28,656
23,568
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
 
J
Q
M

RJD
Grad non-award (5189)
Master of Diplomacy
Master of Diplomatic Studies
Dr Diplomatic Studies2
Research (MPhil/PhD)
48
36
48
 
48
48
---
15,300
20,400
 
20,400
---
---
J
J
 
J
---
---
21,492
28,656
 
28,656
23,568
---
Q
Q
 
Q
M

Crawford School
Preliminary Programs:3
EMDV/PubPol/IDEC Prep (5085)
EMDV/POGO Bridging
IDEC Bridging (5083)
Maths Bridging (5086)
Grad non-award (5082)
IDEC GD
Masters
POGO/GD/Masters
EMDV GD/Masters
INFR GD/Masters
Master of Climate Change
Master of Natural Hazards
MAAPD
Research (MPhil/PhD/DrPubPol)
 
18
 
24
24
6
24
36
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
48
 
3600
 
---
---
---
---
26,136
26,016
26,016
26,016
26,016
26,016
21,408
18,000
---
 
A
 
---
---
---
---
U
O
O
O
O
O
K
H
---
 
3600
 
15,048
15,048
2946
15,048
28,800
30,096
30,096
30,096
30,096
30,096
27,312
27,312
30,096
 
A
 
R
R
M
R
W
R
R
R
R
R
P
P
R

 
BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

CBE
Undergraduate awards
Graduate coursework
Research (MPhil/PhD)
48
48
48
23,568
23,568
---
M
M
---
27,312
28,656
30,096
P
Q
R

 
 
 

ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

CECS
Undergraduate Awards
Graduate Coursework 8
Research (MPhil/PhD)
 
48
48
48
21,408
21,408
---
K
K
---
27,312
27,312
30,096
P
P
R

 
 
LAW

LAW
Undergraduate awards
Juris Doctor
Graduate coursework (all except those specified below)
Research (MPhil/PhD/SJD)
48
48
36
48
 
48
20,400
20,400
15,300
20,400
 
---
J
J
J
J
 
---
27,312
27,312
20,484
27,312
 
27,312
P
P
P
P
 
P

 
GDLP
Military Law program
 
36-48
 
See note4
28,656
 
See note4
Q
 
N/A
---
 
N/A
---
 

 
 MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES

MEDICINE
Undergraduate awards
Research (MPhil/PhD)
MD2
MPH6
CHAM 9
48
48
48
48
48
44,448
---
3,500
21,408
21,408
Z
---
---
K
K
56,736
30,096
3,500
27,312
27,312
EE
R
---
P
P

JCSMR
 
Research (MPhil/PhD)
Graduate Coursework
48
48
---
21,408
---
K
30,096
27,312
R
P

Institute of Population Health
(NCEPH, APHCRI, CMHR, ACERH, Menzies)
(Research) MPhil/PhD
Graduate Coursework
 
 
48
48
 
 
---
21,408
 
 
---
K
 
 
30,096
27,312
 
 
R
P
 
 


 
 
SCIENCE

SCIENCE
Undergraduate awards
GDSciComm
MContempSci
GCert Theory & Practice of Science Centres
GDip Theory & Practice of Science Centres
Other Graduate coursework
Research (MPhil/PhD)
48
48
48
24
 
48
48
48
21,408
21,408
21,408
9,000
 
18,000
21,408
---
K
K
K
H
 
H
K
---
27,312
28,656
27,312
9,000
 
18,000
27,312
30,096
P
Q
P
H
 
H
P
R

 
NATIONAL SECURITY COLLEGE

NSC
Graduate coursework
Research (MPhil/PhD)
48
48
20,400
---
J
---
28,656
23,568
Q
M


 
 
OTHER

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

Associate Degrees (ANU)
Social Studies
Business
Science & Technology
Domestic fees charged at equivalent rates to cognate undergraduate programs

Study Abroad 7
---
24
---
---
12,7207 per semester
 

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

Board of Studies/ Centrally Approved Courses
Writing for Government
6
2,250
H
3,414
P

 
UN Development Internship
6
2550
J
3582
Q

NOTES
1 Some courses taken at overseas institutions may cost up to $600 per unit (PP=S).
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 enroll.
4 The GDLP has several different fee rates dependent on the way a student configures their program.  Schedule 3 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 points 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 at Price Point J for DTF students.
9 CHMD8004 will be charged at Price Point H if taken as part of the Master of Culture, Health and Medicine program.
10 Coursework courses taken as part of a research program will be charged at the relevant coursework rate.  The indicative fee listed is based on undertaking one coursework course each year. If more than one coursework course is undertaken in one academic year then the indicative fee is likely to be higher for that year.
________________________________________
 
 
SCHEDULE 2
PRICE POINT SCALE
5% increments after Price Point J
$ per unit
$ per 6-unit course
$ per 48-unit year

1
150
900
7,200

2
175
1,050
8,400

A
200
1,200
9,600

B
225
1,350
10,800

C
250
1,500
12,000

D
275
1,650
13,200

E
300
1,800
14,400

F
325
1,950
15,600

G
350
2,100
16,800

H
375
2,250
18,000

I
400
2,400
19,200

J
425
2,550
20,400

K
446
2,676
21,408

L
468
2,808
22,464

M
491
2,946
23,568

N
516
3,096
24,768

O
542
3,252
26,016

P
569
3,414
27,312

Q
597
3,582
28,656

R
627
3,762
30,096

S
658
3,948
31,584

T
691
4,146
33,168

U
726
4,356
34,848

V
762
4,572
36,576

W
800
4,800
38,400

X
840
5,040
40,320

Y
882
5,292
42,336

Z
926
5,556
44,448

AA
972
5,832
46,656

BB
1,021
6,126
49,008

CC
1,072
6,432
51,456

DD
1,126
6,756
54,048

EE
1,182
7,092
56,736

FF
1,241
7,446
59,572

GG
1,303
7,818
62,546

SCHEDULE 3                            Other Fees
Course
Subject
Catalogue
Units
DTF
 
Price Point
DTF
 Course Fee
ISF
 
Price point
ISF
 
Course Fee

Becoming a Practitioner
LEGW
8141
3
J a
$1,338
P b
$1,707

Professional Practice Core
LEGW
8152
15
E  c
$4,500
I  d
$6,000

Criminal Practice
LEGW
8106
3
E
$900
H e
$1,125

Family Law Practice
LEGW
8107
3
E
$900
H
$1,125

Wills Probate and Admin
LEGW
8114
3
E
$900
H
$1,125

Admin Law Practice
LEGW
8118
3
E
$900
H
$1,125

Government Law Practice
LEGW
8124
3
E
$900
H
$1,125

Consumer Law Practice
LEGW
8125
3
E
$900
H
$1,125

Employ & Indust Practice
LEGW
8136
3
E
$900
H
$1,125

Plan & Env Practice
LEGW
8137
3
E
$900
H
$1,125

Accounts
LEGW
8100
3
E
$900
H
$1,125

Legal Ethics
LEGW
8101
3
E
$900
H
$1,125

Civil Practice
LEGW
8104
6
E
$1,800
H
$2,250

Commercial Practice
LEGW
8105
6
E
$1,800
H
$2,250

Skills for Practice
LEGW
8132
6
E
$1,800
H
$2,250

Real Estate Practice
LEGW
8133
6
E
$1,800
H
$2,250

Legal Prac Experience (12u)
LEGW
8129
12
Flat Fee
$750
Flat Fee
$1,000

Legal Prac Experience (9u)
LEGW
8130
9
Flat Fee
$750
Flat Fee
$1,000

Legal Prac Experience (6u)
LEGW
8131
6
Flat Fee
$750
Flat Fee
$1,000

Legal Prac Experience (3u)
LEGW
8134
3
Flat Fee
$750
Flat Fee
$1,000

 
 
a $425 per unit
b $569 per unit
c $300 per unit
d $400 per unit
e $375 per unit
 
Schedule 4       Student Services and Amenities Fee
 
Type of Student
Will I be charged the SA Fee in 2012?
How much SA Fee will I be charged in 2012?
Note

Commonwealth Supported students
Yes
$263 for full-time students (per year)
 
$131.50 for part-time students (per year)
A government funded loan scheme will be available enabling eligible* students in this cohort to defer payment of the SA Fee.

Domestic Tuition Fee paying students
Yes
$263 for full-time students(per year)
 
$131.50 for part-time students (per year)
A government funded loan scheme will be available enabling eligible* students in this cohort to defer payment of the SA Fee.

Research Training Scheme students (Domestic PhD or MPhil)
Yes
$263 for full-time students(per year)
 
$131.50 for part-time students (per year)
A government funded loan scheme will be available enabling eligible* students in this cohort to defer payment of the SA Fee.

Domestic Cross-institutional students
(inbound)
Yes
$263 for full-time students(per year)
 
$131.50 for part-time students (per year)
Cross Institutional students coming from another institution are not eligible to defer the debt through SA HELP

Domestic Exchange students (outbound)
Yes
$263 for full-time students(per year)
 
$131.50 for part-time students (per year)
A government funded loan scheme will be available enabling eligible* students in this cohort to defer payment of the SA Fee.

Study Abroad students (inbound)
No
$0
 
 
In 2012 a contribution will be made by the University on behalf of international students.

International fee paying students
No
$0
In 2012 a contribution will be made by the University on behalf of international students.

 
* Eligible students include all Australian citizens and Humanitarian visa holders enrolled in an award program. Cross-institutional students should see further information available the ANU website.
 
 
 
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