Other Fees and Charges applicable to ACS Professional Year Program Students
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Fee: RPL fee is exactly the same as the tuition fee of an applicable unit of competency.
Note: Fees and charges are current as at the time of publication but are subject to change. Tution fee changes do not affect current enrolments and will be applicable to new enrolments. Non tution fees and other charges are subject to change and will be applicable to both current and new enrolments.
|Fee Item or Charge||Amount|
|Application Fee (Non-refundable)||$250.00|
|Re-assessment Fee Per assessment (Applicable only after the 2nd attempt)||$150.00|
|Student ID Card Replacement Fee||$15.00|
|Postal Service Fee for credentials||$15.00|
|An overdue fee fine may be charged if the fees are not paid by the due date as reflected on the invoice.||$50.00|
|An additional overdue fee fine may be charged if the fees are more than 7 days overdue.||$100.00|
|Replacement copy of Certificate, Record of Result or Statement of Attainment||$75.00|
|Printing charges: FREE 50 pages at the beginning of each study period. Additional prints $0.10 per page for black and white and $0.20 per page for colour (Including photocopy). The minimum top-up amount is $5.00. All additional printing quota purchased must be used before the beginning of each term. Each students printing quota will be reset to 50 pages at the beginning of each study period.||B&W: $0.10/page Colour: $0.20/page|
|Re-enrolment PE-online fee (less than 14 days prior to PE Online commencement)||$126.5|
|Re-enrolment PE-online fee (more than 14 days prior to PE Online commencement)||$990|
|Re-enrolment Internship Component||$1500|
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