How to Pay (for continuing / re-enrolling students)
If you are a new/commencing student, go to the Offer Acceptance Form which can be accessed once Steps 1 – 6 have been completed. Refer to Step 4 - Paying Your Deposit.
Swinburne accepts the following payment methods:
- Credit Card payments
- Telegraphic transfers
- Overseas Bank Drafts and Australian Bank Cheques
This document gives a comprehensive run-down of Swinburne's enrolment-, fee- and payment-related policies.
Swinburne does not accept cash payments.
A $200 late penalty will be applied if payment is made after the due date.
BPAY is only available if you are already enrolled and continuing in your present course. Please refer to your Direct Deposit Form (provided with your tax invoice from your faculty/school) for the Biller Code and your unique Reference Number.
New students or students commencing a new course cannot use BPAY
Swinburne accepts Visa and MasterCard.
Continuing students can use SwinLink to pay their tuition fees by credit card or go directly to the Swinburne cashier.
EFTPOS payments can only be processed in the cardholder's presence. Please note that a daily EFTPOS limit of between $800 and $1,000 usually applies.
Contact your bank for more details.
Swinburne has partnered with Western Union Businss Solutions to provide international students with a fast and secure payment service.
Western Union Business Solutions is a web-based service which allows you to make your tuition payments as either in your local currency, where available - a telegraphic transfer - or via a credit/debit card with the option of paying in your local currency.
Western Union Business Solutions gives you certainty of the final cost and will also speed up the receipt of the Confirmation of Enrolment for new students, allowing earlier initiation of the visa application process.
Note 1: Swinburne only accepts telegraphic transfer through Western Union Business Solutions.
Note 2: You must provide a copy of the Bank Receipt (TT slip) for Telegraphic Transfer payment. Please ensure you submit a copy to the Swinburne International / Student Information Centre Front Counter or email email@example.com
Overseas Bank Drafts and Australian Bank Cheques
All drafts/cheques must be made payable to "Swinburne University of Technology".
Please ensure that you specify details of payment, e.g. first course deposit fee, health cover, tuition fees, etc.
Bank drafts should be withdrawn from an Australian bank or an overseas bank which is associated to an Australian bank.