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Fees & Expenses
Tuition fees for full fee paying (non-Commonwealth supported students) local students and international students are calculated on the actual number of units of credit undertaken per semester.
Student Activity Fees
When you enrol each year the University asks that you make a financial contribution to help provide services, amenities and representation for all students on campus. These include sporting facilities, subsidised food outlets, campus media, entertainment, student resources and leisure programs.
UNSW Student Contribution Charges
Students enrolling in Australian universities for Commonwealth Supported places will pay tuition fees based on the particular courses (subjects) they choose to study. UNSW Built Environment courses has been classified in band 2. Your fees will change depending on the number and type of courses you study.
Fee Schedule for Full Fee Paying Students
Tuition fees for full fee paying non-Commonwealth supported students local students and international students are calculated on the actual number of units of credit undertaken per semester. All fees related information is available from myUNSW website.
Books and Equipment
Don't rush out to buy anything before your first class. Academic staff will advise you as to essential equipment and text books. In general studio based programs will have higher additional costs than non-studio based programs. Costs for books, stationary and equipment vary greatly, but you should allow approximately $1000 a year for these expenses. This figure excludes computing requirements.
There are a number of factors which will influence your cost of living, for example, rent will vary considerable depending on the type of property and its location. Other essential costs are food, transport, entertainment, clothing and any incidental expenses related to your programs such as field trips. As a general guide, students should have at least $2000 to cover the initial establishment expenses such as rental bond and basic furniture, and allow for average weekly expenses of about $350.