2017 fees for domestic undergraduate students at AUT: tuition and other charges

All domestic undergraduate students must pay tuition fees and other fees related to student services and facilities (except distance-learning and exchange students). There may be other fees and charges that you will need to pay.

International students: please visit the international fees page to see how much you will pay in tuition and other fees

Invoicing usually commences week 2 of January 2017. If you are paying by student loan, we suggest you apply for it now as applications can take time. To apply for a student loan visit www.studylink.govt.nz.

Tuition fees for domestic undergraduate students

The compulsory tuition fee for a year of full-time study is:

  • $5880 (GST incl) to $6324 (GST incl) for 120 points
  • The amount you pay within this range depends on the combination of papers you study in your degree or other course
  • Part-time students pay a proportion of the full-time fee

Courses for which you must pay undergraduate tuition fees

You must pay undergraduate tuition fees if you are enrolled in any of the following programmes at AUT University:
  • Certificate
  • Diploma
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Graduate diploma
  • Graduate certificate

Other fees

2017 Compulsory Student Services Fee - $614.80 for 120 points or $5.12 per academic point (GST incl)

2017 Building Levy - $68.20 for 120 points or $0.57 per academic point (GST incl)

Distance learning students and exchange students are exempt from these fees because they don't use the campus services and facilities. Distance learning means that the teaching department have confirmed that no portion of the paper is taught on campus.

Please note:
Some individual papers may also charge additional fees for materials, equipment or field trips where applicable. If there is a charge it will be shown on your invoice. Please check with your faculty/department if there are additional fees for your programme of study.

Find additional fees by faculty and paper number here.

Last updated: 04-Apr-2017 1.57pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.