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  1. Updated A Commonwealth supported student is required to make a contribution to the cost of their education, with the majority of the cost met by the Commonwealth Government. The Australian Government's... Date Updated: 08/06/2022
  2. Your Commonwealth Assistance Notice (CAN) will be available within 28 days of the course census date via myGriffith . We will send an email to your Griffith student email account when your CAN is... Date Updated: 03/12/2020
  3. No. Only Commonwealth supported students who are eligible for HECS-HELP assistance will receive the 10% discount. Date Updated: 24/12/2020
  4. Information on the completion rate requirement to remain eligibe for a Commonwealth supported place, HECS-HELP and FEE-HELP can be found on the Government Assist website: Low Completion rate... Date Updated: 10/02/2022
  5. Updated If you are an Australian citizen, a New Zealand citizen (who meets the eligibility criteria), or hold an Australian permanent humanitarian visa, or are an eligible former humanitarian visa holder you... Date Updated: 08/06/2022
  6. You may be eligile if you are receiving Youth Allowance or ABSTUDY, and have had to move away from your family home to study. For further information visit the Department of Human Services Relocation... Date Updated: 22/01/2020
  7. Updated You need to submit your 'Request for Commonwealth support and HECS-HELP' and your Tax File Number (TFN) by the census date. The Australian Government's Job-ready Graduates Package has introduced new... Date Updated: 08/06/2022
  8. Updated You may be eligible for HECS-HELP if you are either: an Australian citizen, who will undertake in Australia at least one course with your provider an Australian permanent humanitarian visa holder... Date Updated: 08/06/2022
  9. Yes, you can apply for multiple HDR scholarships, however, some have a limit on the amount that can be received from another scholarship. For example, Commonwealth scholarships generally have a limit... Date Updated: 14/05/2019
  10. Updated Your fees depend on a number of factors including: Whether you are Commonwealth supported, Domestic fee paying or International fee paying The courses you are studying The program you are undertaking... Date Updated: 08/06/2022
  11. No. To access a HECS-HELP loan you must be studying in a Commonwealth supported place, AND: be an Australian Citizen, or be the holder of a Permanent Humanitarian visa, or be an eligible former... Date Updated: 10/02/2022
  12. You may be eligible for an Academic Payment Plan (APP), enabling you to pay your fees in three equal monthly instalments, if you are: an international student a domestic fee-paying student (including... Date Updated: 06/03/2019
  13. Students who are receiving certain Centrelink Benefits (Youth Allowance, AustStudy or Abstudy), are enrolled full time and do not currently have a Commonwealth Scholarship may be eligible for an... Date Updated: 22/01/2020
  14. Tuition fees for cross-institutional study will vary depending on whether you are a Commonwealth supported or fee-paying student at your home institution. Cross-institutional students are allowed to... Date Updated: 06/03/2019
  15. You may be eligible to access a HECS-HELP loan if you are: the holder of a subclass 155 or subclass 157 Resident Return visa , and were previously the holder of a Permanent Humanitarian visa... Date Updated: 10/02/2022
  16. The Australian Government’s Research Training Program (RTP) (in effect as of 1 January 2017) provides funding to Australian universities to support domestic and international candidates... Date Updated: 19/08/2021
  17. The Overseas Higher Education Loan Program (OS-HELP) is a loan available to eligible Australian citizens who are enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place and want to undertake some of their study... Date Updated: 24/03/2021