Higher Education Diplomas
UOW College Higher Education Diplomas are Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP) for eligible domestic students. This means the Australian government will pay for part of your tuition fees (called the subsidy amount), and you pay the rest (called the student contribution).
Your final student contribution will depend on the on the subjects that make up your course, and also on your year of enrolment and completion. Generally speaking, the cost of a UOW College Diploma is comparable to the first year of a UOW bachelor degree in the related study area.
Read more about Domestic Pre-university fees and how tuition fees are calculated.
Academic fees schedules and census dates:
It's important to be aware that the fee schedule below is for full fee-paying students before any fee subsidies are applied.
University Entrance Program
The University Entrance Program (UEP) offers a limited number of fee free* places for eligible students each year. When a fee free place is offered, there is no student contribution for tuition for this course.
*Fee free is subject to terms and conditions
Enrolled students can review subject costs in SOLS. Access your enrolment record and click on the subject code.