Current Students

Fee payments: International

Further information

Undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students must pay their tuition fees and UWA Student Services and Amenities Fee by the due date to avoid late fees.

Pay your tuition fees by the due date to avoid incurring late fees.

  1. How to pay
  2. Late payments
  3. Withdrawals
  4. Non payment
  5. Receipts

How to pay

Online through studentConnect

Log into studentConnect and pay by MasterCard or Visa or Western Union (foreign credit card or bank transfers) through the secure University Student Fee Payment Portal by viewing your individual statement of account or outstanding balance.

In person

Present your electronic Statement of Account (eSOA) intact at any Australia Post agency to pay by cash, EFTPOS, personal or bank cheque or money order (drawn upon an Australian bank in Australian dollars). Make cheques or money orders payable to 'Australia Post'.

POST Billpay

Pay by POST Billpay or by Mastercard or Visa by telephone on 13 18 16 (or from overseas on 61 13 18 16). Quote the bill pay code and reference number from your Statement of Account.

Cheque or savings account

Use BPAY or phone banking from your cheque or savings account. You will need to quote the biller code and reference number from your Statement of Account.


Mail your tear off slip from your Statement of Account with your personal or bank cheque or money order (drawn upon an Australian bank in Australian dollars) payable to 'The University of Western Australia':

Student Administration (M356)
The University of Western Australia
35 Stirling Highway
Crawley, Perth
Western Australia 6009

Telegraphic transfer (international student only)

Provide your bank with the following information and email a copy of the remittance advice to the askUWA attention Fees Team.

Payment to:                            The University of Western Australia

Account Name:                        The University of Western Australia (General Account)

Bank:                                      Westpac Banking Corporation

Branch and Account Number:    036054-304688 

IBAN:                                      036054304688

SWIFT Code:                            WPACAU2S

Bank address:                          University Campus, UWA Guild Village Hackett Drive, CRAWLEY WA 6009

Payment details:                       Student number and student name

Instruction to banker:                Send telegraphic on 'Credit account and advise' terms   

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Late payments

A late fee of $60 will be incurred for payments received after the due date. Late payment fees must be paid to Student Administration.

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Fee liability and refunds are determined by the International Refund Policy. Please refer to this policy for rules governing refund of fees.

  • No fee liability applies when a continuing student withdraws from the course before the commencement of a semester or trimester.
  • No refund of fees will be given to a student who withdraws from a unit(s) within a course, either before or after the commencement of a semester or trimester unless so required under faculty rules.
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Non payment

If you fail to pay your account in full by the due date, an encumbrance will be applied to your record and you will be liable for payment of a late fee.

Non-payment of the UWA Student Services and Amenities Fee will result in an encumbrance being applied to your record that will prevent you from:

  • re-enrolling
  • viewing your results
  • obtaining documents from Student Administration
  • graduating.

This encumbrance will be lifted when the overdue fees are paid. (Processing of all payments takes three to five working days.)

If your course fees remain unpaid three weeks after the due date for the teaching period, your enrolment may be cancelled and this could result in the cancellation of your student visa.

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You can view and print your receipts of payments on studentConnect.

  1. Click on Received Payments under the Finance option
  2. Select the PDF icon in the Payment Receipt column.

Bank and credit card payments may take up to three to four working days to be processed.


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