Non-award, Audit and Cross-institutional

Non-Award

Non-award students are those students who are not enrolled in a program but may be enrolled in individual courses. The student will still be assessed for those courses.

Non-award students may also not enrol in courses worth more than nine units in any semester and may not, under normal circumstances, complete courses totalling more than one quarter of the total units for any program

Tuition fees

Students shall pay fees determined by the university and will be charged on a per unit basis according to the level of the course (undergraduate course or postgraduate course) and the unit value of the course.

For example, a domestic student wishes to study a 4.5 unit undergraduate course then they would pay $24,800.00 / 36 = $688.89 per unit and then x 4.5, which equals $3,100.00. Therefore, the total amount payable for a 4.5 unit course would be $3,100.00.

2021 Non-Award fee structure

Enrolment level

Domestic student

International student

fee per 1 EFTSL1 fee per 4.5 unit course fee per 1 EFTSL1 fee per 4.5 unit course
Undergraduate Non-Award $24,800 $3,100 $29,400 $3,675
Postgraduate Non-Award $24,800 $3,100 $29,400 $3,675

Please note: These fees only apply to enrolments in the 2021 academic year.

UniSA Online Students

Please see the Fees and Finance page on the UniSA Online website

 Audit

Audit enrolment is a type of enrolment where a student can attend a single course but is not enrolled in any program. The student will attend the course for information only and will not be assessed for the course. Audit enrolment cannot be used to gain credit towards future enrolment in an award program.

Tuition fee

Audit students will be required to pay a tuition fee as determined annually by the university and will be charged on a per unit basis according to the unit value of the course.

For example, if we take the table below, and assume that a student wishes to study a 4.5 unit course then they would pay $10,200.00 / 36 = $283.33 per unit and then x 4.5, which equals $1,275. Therefore, the total amount payable for a 4.5 unit course would be $1,275.

2021 Audit fee

Enrolment level

fee per 1 EFTSL1 fee per 4.5 unit course
Audit $10,200 $1,275

Please note: These fees only apply to enrolments in the 2021 academic year.

 

Cross-institutional

Incoming cross-institutional enrolment is when a student is enrolled in a program at another university (referred to as their 'home' university) and wish to enrol in one or more UniSA courses. The UniSA courses will be credited to their program at their home university.

Commonwealth Supported fees

Students enrolled in a Commonwealth Supported program at their Home University will be commonweath supported for their cross-institutional enrolmnent at UniSA also and should refer to the information for Commonwealth Supported Students

Tuition fee

Incoming fee-paying cross-institutional students will be charged a tuition fee determined by the university and calculated based on the level of the program and the enrolment load.

For example, a domestic student wishes to study a 4.5 unit postgraduate course then they would pay $24,800.00 / 36 = $688.89 per unit and then x 4.5, which equals $3,100.00. Therefore, the total amount payable for a 4.5 unit course would be $3,100.00.

2021 fee paying cross-institutional fee structure

 

 

 

Enrolment level

Domestic student

International student

fee per 1 EFTSL1 fee per 4.5 unit course fee per 1 EFTSL1 fee per 4.5 unit course
Undergraduate Cross-Institutional not available (only commonwealth supported) $29,400 $3,675
Postgraduate Cross-Institutional $24,800 $3,100 $29,400 $3,675

Please note: These fees only apply to enrolments in the 2021 academic year.

 

Application forms

Application forms can be found via the student administration forms

 

Historic Non-award, Audit and Cross-institutional fees

To view previous years fees please visit the Historic Non-award, Audit and Cross-institutional fees page.

 

1 The EFTSL (Equivalent Full Time Student Load) value is a measure of the study load for a course, as a measure of the total required study load for a full year in undertaking your program on a full-time basis.