Tuition Fees for Diploma, Advanced Diploma and Graduate Diploma Courses

Students studying Diplomas, Advanced Diplomas or the Graduate Diploma may be eligible to apply for a VET Student Loan to defer part of the cost of their tuition fees. . Courses are subject to maximum loan caps and students will be required to pay any fee over and above that cap. Read more about the options students have to pay their fees on our payment options page (http://www.aie.edu.au/StudentInformation/payment-options).

A VET Student Loan is repaid through the tax system once a person reaches the minimum income threshold level of repayment. The VET Student Loan remains a personal debt obligation until it is repaid to the Commonwealth and may affect (by reducing) a person’s take-home (after tax) wage or salary until the debt is repaid. It may also affect the borrowing capacity of the person until the debt is repaid to the Commonwealth. The Australian Government VET Student Loan website provides detailed information about assistance for financing tertiary study: http://www.education.gov.au/vet-student-loans

2018 Course Fees for International Students

2017 Course Fees for International Students

VET FEE Help - Statement of tuition assurance

VET Student Loan - Statement of tuition assurance

Tuition Fees for Certificate Courses

AIE's Certificate course fees can be found on individual course pages by selecting your chosen campus under 'Course Fees and Start Dates'. Links to these courses can be found on the Certificate and Short courses page.

Victorian Training Guarantee Program

Certificate courses run in AIE Melbourne are approved for funding under the Victorian Training Guarantee Program to eligible students. Please follow the link below for the schedule of fees for these courses.

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