Fees

Fees & Intake Dates 2019

Once Stanley College has received your Application form and the relevant documents, your application will be processed. If your application is successful, you will receive a Letter of Offer To secure your place, you will need to sign the Student Agreement and return it to Stanley College Administration Team with the required fee payment stated in the Letter of Offer. Subsequent fees are due as per the Payment Agreement outlined in the Letter of Offer. Tuition fees must be paid in advance and prior to the commencement of a study period, due dates are outlined in your Letter of Offer (Payment Agreement). Tuition fees do not cover charges for accommodation, living expenses, textbooks, uniforms, stationery, equipment, and external examinations. Refer to the Student Fees Policy at stanleycollege.edu.au

Application Fee: Non Refundable
Course duration includes holidays
Notes:
* Stanley College is committed to ensure that we have a sustainable and ecofriendly learning environment, therefore, wherever possible we provide our Learning Materials in an electronic format, rather than as a printed resource. The Materials Fee charged as part of your enrolment covers the cost of these Learning Materials, as well as other materials used in the delivery of our courses. Fees must be paid in advance to Stanley College only. Fees may be subject to change.

Stanley College will notify students of any changes to fees no less than 30 days in advance. New fees will apply to subsequent semester/s. All amounts quoted are in Australian Dollars (AUD).

TUITION ASSURANCE DETAILS

Tuition Protection Service (International students)

The Tuition Protection Service (TPS) is an initiative of the Australian Government to assist international students whose education providers are unable to fully deliver your course of study. In the unlikely event Stanley College is unable to deliver a course you have paid for and does not meet its obligations to either offer you an alternative course that you accept or pay you a refund of your unspent prepaid tuition fees (this is called a provider’s ‘default obligations’), the TPS will assist you in finding an alternative course or to get a refund if a suitable alternative is not found. For more information, please visit https://tps.gov.au/

Tuition Assurance Arrangement (Domestic and International students)

Stanley College has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Tuition Assurance with Sheridan College in 2018. The MOU serves to assist students enrolled in a Bachelor of Business and affected by a provider default of either organisation to continue in the course at the other organisation (the replacement provider) whilst minimising impacts on students. The MOU for the Bachelor of Business provided by Sheridan College and, subject to approval by TEQSA, by Stanley College, is based on the premise that both organisations offer the course with similar mode of delivery, at a similar location and for a similar price.