New Hall (Under Negotiation)

More information on our exciting new Hall to be released mid August.

Room Options

  • Single room - with ensuite
  • Twin share room - shared ensuite

Indicative Domestic Student Rates for 2018 (TBC mid August)

For offers sent

Deposit payment deadline

A deposit of $1,200
must be paid to
confirm your offer.

 

Residential Fee Payment Deadline

The remaining fees must be paid on the below dates.

There are three payment options for the residential fees. When accepting their offer on the portal, residents must choose their preferred payment option.

Fri Oct 6th

Fri Oct 20th

Fri Dec 8th

Fri Oct 27th

Fri Nov 10th

Fri Dec 15th

Fri Nov 17th

Fri Dec 1st

Fri Dec 15th

Option 1. Full payment for the year (after the $1200 deposit has been paid)

Single                     $10,686.00
Twin share             $7,466.00

Option 2. Two Payments in the year (after the $1200 deposit has been paid)

First payment at residential fee payment deadlines (see above)

Single                     $6,411.00
Twin share             $4,480.00

Second payment: 01 July

Single                     $4,275.00
Twin share             $2,986.00

Option 3. One initial payment, followed by weekly payments (after the $1200 deposit has been paid)

This is the best option for those using a student allowance to pay for accommodation

First payment at residential fee payment deadlines (see above)

Single                    Initial payment of $7,086.00
Twin share            Initial payment of $3,866.00

                              PLUS  36 weekly payments of $100 from 8 March to 8 November 2018

Additional Tips

  • Your residential fees include a generous level of power and gas.
  • Studylink assistance will not begin in time to pay the initial accommodation payment.
  • The Residential Agreement is for a 42 week period from 18/02/2018 to 9/12/2018, for all residents.
    NB: Some programmes are shorter than these dates, but the 42 week charge will apply should you check out early.
  • Different rates apply for International single-semester students.

Additional Costs to Consider

Internet

There is a wireless service provider installed throughout this hall. It is a prepaid service offering a variety of plans.

Insurance

The Residential Agreement requires students to have an insurance policy for their contents. Some policies cover the belongings of a student as part of their parents' policy. If this is not the case in your situation, please arrange coverage for your contents yourself.

In addition, liability insurance is also a good idea in case you unintentionally damage the building, as you will be responsible for the $1,000 insurance excess of any claim.

Groceries

As this hall is self-catered accommodation, students need to purchase groceries and prepare their own meals. We estimate that $80-$100 should be sufficient for a week's worth of groceries, however this will depend on personal preferences. You may find your first grocery bills are higher as you set your pantry up.

Power

The 2018 rental rates include reasonable usage of power and gas. In the unlikely event that students' power usage exceeds a reasonable level, they will be responsible for paying the additional costs.

More information on our exciting new Hall to be released mid August.

Submit an online application

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