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The tables below outlines the approximate fees that a student will incur for their semester enrolment into a unit of study in the year indicated. It is possible, however, for students to undertake units from other providers towards completion of a postgraduate program, in which case the unit fees may vary. Please note all fees are reviewed annually as per the Policy on Student Unit Fees and Policy on Student Administrative Fees. Fees are subject to change. All fees for the following calendar year will be listed on this page in August each year.   

CPEE Private Provider - Unit fee

  2017 Domestic
Course Specialist Technical Specialist Technical
Graduate Certificate in Pavement Technology $2,590.00 $2,895.00
Master of Pavement Technology $2,590.00 $2,895.00
Single Unit (Non Award) $2,590.00 $2,895.00

Am I a domestic or international student?

Many things, including entry requirements, differ for international and local (or domestic) students.
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Administrative Fees

Administrative fees (inclusive of GST) Fee (AUD)
Replacement Transcript $50.00
Replacement Statement of Results $30.00
*Hardcopy Course Notes $105.00
Letter request (electronic) (if not a current student) $30.00
Letter request (hardcopy) (if not a current student) $40.00
Administrative charge for dishonoured payment $20.00


1. *Fee includes postage within Australia. For notes sent outside of Australia postage will be calculated prior to sending

University of Tasmania - Unit Fee

The following unit fees are provided as a guide only. Refer to the University of Tasmania website for further details on the fees for these programs and Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP).

  2017 Domestic Unit
Course CSP Student
Full Fee Paying
Specialist Technical

Bachelor of Engineering Technology
(Professional Honours in Infrastructure Asset Management)




Bachelor of Engineering Technology
(Professional Honours in Road Engineering & Construction)




Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP)

To check if you may be eligible for a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) please use the handy eligibility tool at

Withdrawal and refunds

By enrolling into a unit of study you acknowledge you have reviewed the related dates; including semester start, end, academic and financial penalty dates, including the census date, along with the related penalties that may be imposed for variation to or withdrawal of that enrolment. Refer to the Terms and Conditions of Enrolment for full details.

You can get a full standard refund without penalties or fees:

  •  If you withdraw before the semester census date for your unit

You are not eligible for a refund

  • If you withdraw post the semester census date of your unit
  • for units already provided
  • If you do not complete the program within its mandatory timeframe in which case your enrolment expires without refund, unless you have been approved for an extension.

To be eligible for a standard refund you must have:

  • withdrawn from the program prior to the semester census date, and have paid the relevant unit and associated fees.
  • If there is an outstanding debt associated with your program, please contact CPEE for possible payment options.

What is a Census Date?"

A Census date is the dates by which you must finalise your arrangements for payment of your student contribution or fees by:

  • making an upfront payment of your current unit fees.
  • submitting your completed request for Commonwealth support and HECS-HELP form, or
  • submitting your request for a FEE-HELP loan

The payment requirements will vary from course to course so ensure that you are aware of your individual fee responsibility on enrolment.

If you do not make these arrangements by the census date your enrolment may be cancelled.

Census dates do vary and should be checked

You are responsible for ensuring your enrolment record is accurate. This means you must check you are enrolled in the correct units and finalise your enrolment by the census date that has been set for each unit.

The census date is the last day you can withdraw from a subject without being financially liable (i.e. you are eligible for a refund of tuition fees paid or you will not incur a FEE-HELP or HECS-HELP debt for the subject).

If you are enrolled in a unit at the census date you will be liable for the fees and charges for that unit for the relevant semester, even if you intended to withdraw from the unit. It is not sufficient to advise the units chair that you will no longer be continuing. If you do not wish to remain enrolled in a unit and incur the financial liability for it, you must formally withdraw from enrolment in that unit.

Each subject of study offered will have a census date. For all units not maintained directly by CPEE please refer to the individual unit provider for census date information.