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Cost is an important factor for most people considering tertiary study. What you can expect to pay does vary depending on the specific programme of study and qualification you are undertaking. As a distance student you might also need to consider travel and accommodation costs for on-campus contact workshops.
Full range of fees you can expect to pay can be found within the Fees web pages. The following categories give a brief overview of the different types of costs that distance learners should consider:
Study related costs are costs directly associated with the programme you are taking. They often encompass more than just the fee that you pay to Massey University and it is important to consider these as part of your overall budget. The following are some examples of costs that you might incur:
Non-tuition fees are various administrative fees that are payable in addition to the tuition fees and sundry fees you pay for each course. The full range of non-tuition fees can be found on the Fees web pages. Some examples of non-tuition fees include:
If you are attending an on-campus contact workshops, you should also consider costs associated with attending. Costs will vary depending on where you are and where the on-campus contact workshop is. These costs could include:
Most domestic full-time (on a course of at least 12 weeks) and full year part-time students qualify for student loan assistance to help pay for tuition fees, books, and materials. You can find out more and apply online for student loans on the Studylink website.
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Last updated on Friday 31 March 2017