Studying a degree is a big commitment in many ways, not least financially. You will need to consider tuition fees, living costs and other expenses such as transport, textbooks, food and accommodation.
The main expense will be tuition fees.
Use our Fee Calculator to find the fees that apply to you.
What to Pay (Tuition Fees)
The Letter of Offer advises students of the fees payable. Accompanying the Letter of Offer/Acceptance is an enrolment package, outlining all the relevant information for new students. Students must read the enrolment package and complete and return all documents, within the specified timeframe, to the institution.
Tuition fee pro forma invoices for the following term are emailed to current students on Friday of Week 8 in each term. The pro forma invoice will stipulate the course fees and the payment due date, which is two weeks prior to the term commencement. Fees must be received by the close of business on this date (refer to Failure to Pay below).
FEE-HELP from Aus Govt (Domestic Students)
For Australian citizens and permanent humanitarian visa holders, FEE-HELP is available from the Australian government to help support the cost of your tuition. For further information visit www.studyassist.gov.au.
YES. The International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) degrees, as well as diplomas offered by pathway institutions Aspire Institute and ISCA, are approved for FEE-HELP.
Our team will assist you with any questions along the way.
NOTE: It is a requirement to maintain a minimum of 50% pass rate for students who are claiming FEE HELP to comply with requirements of the Higher Education Support Act 2003.
Read more about HECS and FEE HELP here.
High Academic Places (Domestic Students)
At ICMS we offer a small number of High Academic Places (HAPs) each February to domestic students who have demonstrated strong academic ability.
Read more about High Academic Places
Centrelink Support (Domestic Students)
Domestic students may be eligible for student income support through Centrelink. Student income support is paid fortnightly to students on a proven low income, who have been assessed as eligible by Centrelink.
If you believe you may be eligible, please visit Centrelink for further details.
Postgraduate Commonwealth Supported Places (Domestic Students)
A Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) can save you a significant amount of money on your tuition fees, in some cases up to 40% per cent on the cost of full-fee graduate study.
Postgraduate CSPs are very limited in number and highly competitive. There is application process for a CSP. As a domestic student, if you receive an offer for a commonwealth supported place and enrol into a subject prior to or on census date, having completed a Request for Commonwealth Assistance and HECS HELP form (eCAF form), you will have a CSP. Note places are limited.
……and remember all of these Postgraduate Certificates give you full credits into a Master Degree.
Scholarships are offered for both domestic and international students; for undergraduate and postgraduate students; and for commencing and current students.
A member of the immediate family of a student enrolled in an undergraduate program will be eligible for a fee concession as follows:
• 5% in favour of the first member of the student’s immediate family
• 10% in favour of the subsequent member(s) of the student’s immediate family
The Student Services Supervisor is to be notified prior to enrolment if a student would like to apply for either of the above fee concessions.
Paying Accommodation Fees
When to Pay
New students – the full amount, as per the Letter of Offer, is due no later than one month prior to the commencement of orientation week.
Continuing students – the full payment of tuition fees is due no later than two weeks before the start of each study period.
Accommodation fees – all students are required to pay any fees for on campus accommodation before the check-in date.
How to Pay
Students may use the following methods of payment to send their fees to the institution.
For telegraphic or electronic transfers, payments should be made to the accounts below. All bank surcharges are payable by students, therefore when transferring from an overseas bank account, please add the associated bank fees to the amount you transfer.
|Domestic Students||International Students|
|Bank:||ANZ Banking Group Limited||Bank:||ANZ Banking Group Limited|
|BSB Number:||014 – 002||BSB Number:||012 – 330|
|Swift Code:||ANZBAU3M||Swift Code:||ANZBAU3M|
|Address:||324 Queen Street
BRISBANE QLD 4000
|Address:||59 The Corso
|Account Number:||833 375 472||Account Number:||836 109 532|
Students MUST include their STUDENT NUMBER and NAME as the reference with the funds transfer. If fees are to be paid by another person on your behalf please make sure that the same reference above is provided. The institution reserves the right to refuse acceptance of funds if student identification is not provided.
Payment by bank draft, bank cheque or cheque should be made payable to the International College of Management, Sydney and sent to the following address:
International College of Management, Sydney
Attn: Accounts Receivable
151 Darley Road
Please ensure when sending payments by cheque to institution, that you include your full name and student number on the back of the cheque or draft so that the payment can be identified.
A cash payment can be made at any ANZ Bank in Australia
Students MUST include STUDENT NUMBER and NAME as the reference if depositing directly at ANZ Bank. If fees are to be paid by another person on your behalf please make sure that the same reference above is provided. The institution reserves the right to refuse acceptance of funds if student identification is not provided.
Continuing students: for payments by Visa and MasterCard, please log on to Avantis and select ‘Campus Finance’ then ‘Make a Payment’ and type the amount you want to pay in the box of ‘Payment Amount’ then click ‘Next’ and you can continue to make payment
New and continuing students: for payments by AMEX or to make credit card payments by phone, please contact the ICMS Finance Department as follows:
Phone: +612 9466 1091 or email
New and continuing students: for payments with credit card online using Flywire
Any student who would like to use FEE-HELP rather than pay their tuition fees upfront to the FEE-HELP section above.
Failure to Pay
Failure to pay fees by the due date (refer to When to Pay) may result in a student having their access to the institution’s IT systems blocked. If full payment is not received by the due date a late payment fee of $250 may be charged.
If payment is not received by the due date (refer to When to Pay), students may not be permitted to check-in to on campus accommodation.
Terms and Conditions of Enrolment
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