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In New Zealand, you are expected to contribute to the total cost of your study in the form of a ‘tuition fee’. The remainder of the cost of providing your education is funded by government subsidy, research grants, the commercialisation of research and commercial activities.
You will also be expected to pay some administration costs which are called 'non-tuition fees'.
- Use our calculator to estimate your fees
- View fees by programme
- Check our list of non-tuition fees and find out which ones are covered by a StudyLink student loan
- See information for international students
- Find information about scholarships and awards
- View fees-free information for New Zealand citizens and residents
- See our fee payments options
- View frequently asked questions
- View our fees and payments guide for current students
To get a true indication how much it will cost you to study at a tertiary institution, you need to consider the fees for your course, other study costs such as study materials, equipment or field trips where applicable, and factor in additional costs such as textbooks, accommodation and transport.
All University fees are payable immediately upon the University issuing a Confirmation of Enrolment and before the start of study, or earlier if required by the University and specified in an Offer of Place.
The information on these pages is for estimation purposes only. Actual fees payable will be finalised on confirmation of enrolment. Unless otherwise stated, all fees shown on this page are quoted in New Zealand dollars and include Goods and Services Tax. You should also read the University's Disclaimer Notice before relying on any information on these pages.
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Last updated on Monday 22 March 2021