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Tuition Fees - Payments Options and Due Dates

Tuition Fee Invoices

When you process your online enrolment, the Student Portal will automatically create a fee invoice. Please note that invoices will be reviewed and manually updated prior to the census date for each study period.

Tuition Fee Due Dates

Fees for each study period can be paid in full by the end of week 1 of a study period, or paid in two instalments of 50% each - the first instalment of 50% is due at the end of week 1, the second instalment of 50% is due at the end of week 6 of a study period.

Fee Payment Options 

Bank Transfer/Deposit
If you elect to pay your tuition fees electronically, you can do so by transferring money to APIC's bank account: 

Account Name: Asia Pacific International College Pty Ltd

Bank Name: HSBC Bank Australia Limited

BSB: 342 011

Account Number: 523537-001

Swift Code: HKBAAU2S

 

IMPORTANT: Transaction Reference or Description

When making payment via bank transfer/deposit please use your Student ID Number as the transaction reference or description, this identifies the payment as yours and allows Accounts to receipt payment once funds are received. Students who don't include their Student Id number will experience delays in payments being receipted.  

 

Credit Card and Debit Card
Students are able to make payment via Credit Card or Debit Card via their Student Portal. 

Login to your Student Portal using a computer, you need to allow a pop-up window to undertake the transaction. The pop-up doesn't appear when a mobile phone or tablet is used. 

  1. Go to the “Payment” Tab in the Student Portal

  2. Double Click on the "Pay Now" link to pay the invoice and allow the pop-up window

  3. Enter the amount you would like to pay

  4. Click on the Credit Card icon to continue

  5. Enter Your Credit Card Details

  6. Click on the button “Pay” to complete transaction

Have you made payment but it is not receipted against your tuition fee invoice?

If you have made some payment or full payment of your fees and it isn't receipted against your tuition fee invoice in your Student Portal, this could be because you:

  • are a new student who made a tuition fee payment at the time of your admission,

  • are a student who is enrolling into your second study period and still have funds available from your initial payment

  • have made payment but your Student ID number wasn't recorded within payment details. 

For each of the above instances, please contact Student Services team who will liaise with Accounts. A copy of payment evidence will be required for payments that didn't include a Student Id number as a payment reference or description.  

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