ALP Payment Options and Incidental Fees
Helping eligible students pay for all or part of their tuition
ALP has academic status as an Award program, which means you may be eligible for a FEE-HELP loan.
FEE‑HELP is a loan scheme that assists eligible students pay all or part of their tuition fees. It does not cover study costs such as accommodation and textbooks.
Loans are only available to Australian citizens or to students who hold a permanent humanitarian visa. Loans are also only available to students who undertake at least part of their ALP in Australia.
You can apply for a FEE-HELP loan when completing your online enrolment form.
You must pay the full course fee when submitting your application to enrol in the Coursework component.
If you are using FEE-HELP, you are not required to make an upfront payment (since the cost of the course is repayable through the tax system after you begin working).
How to pay
Payment may be made by any of the following methods:
- Credit card (Visa, MasterCard or Amex)
- Bank cheque
- Personal cheque
- Direct deposit into The College of Law account:
Account Name College of Law
Bank Name National Australia Bank
BSB No 082 212
Account No 164 281 531
Bank Address 32 Willoughby Road, Crows Nest NSW 2065
Cash will only be accepted for payments less than $100.
You may be able to claim a tax deduction for the cost of self-education at the time the expense was incurred.
Please visit the ATO website to learn more.
The College of Law has a bursary scheme that
covers a limited number of positions. To be eligible, you must show that you
are experiencing financial hardship to the extent that it prevents you from
being able to pay for the program.
If you are eligible for FEE-HELP, it will be difficult to satisfy this criterion.
FEE-HELP only covers tuition fees and does not typically apply to incidental fees. These fees are in accordance with the rules and policies outlined in the Program Manual (PDF).
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WITHDRAWALS & REFUNDS
If you wish to withdraw, you must submit your notice of withdrawal in writing on or before the census date. The census date is the last date you can withdraw from a subject without financial penalty.
Refunds will not be given after the census date (other than in exceptional circumstances which are at the College’s discretion).
If you have applied for FEE-HELP, you may withdraw on or before the census date without incurring a Commonwealth debt. After the census date, you become liable to repay the tuition fees via the tax system.
Visit the StudyAssist website to learn more about withdrawals and refunds relating to FEE-HELP.
Our Refund Policy and Complaints and Disputes Policy can also be found in our Program Manual (PDF).