Find out the cost of your course and subjects and what to do if your residency changes.
If you are admitted to the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Dental Surgery or the Bachelor of Veterinary Science as an international tuition fee student and your residency status changes during your course of study, you will then be enrolled as a domestic tuition fee student. Your fees will be equivalent to the international tuition fees. View your fees here.
If your residency status has changed to domestic, you may be eligible for a Commonwealth supported place. Eligible students include:
1. Students studying any undergraduate course, except for Bachelors of Medicine, Surgery, Veterinary Science or Dentistry.
2. Students studying Bachelors of Medicine, Surgery, Veterinary Science or Dentistry who have paid domestic tuition fees equivalent to the international tuition fee for 48 credit points after their change in residency status.
If you are one of these students, you can apply to transfer to a Commonwealth supported place.