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Module Fees

The following fees apply to the Graduate Certificate in Internal Auditing. Fees must be paid in full on module enrolment. There is no application fee for enrolment in the Graduate Certificate in Internal Auditing. Module fees do not incur a charge for GST. All other charges are inclusive of GST.

 

Fee type Non-Member             Member    Inclusions

Module Fee

This is a flat fee per course module.
$1,300 $1,075

Module Learning pack
Access to online learning platform for the duration of the module
Online seminars and tutorials
Assessment

Late enrolment fee* $250 $250

Non-refundable administration fee for late enrolments

Supplementary assessment submission fee** $250 $250

Assessment of assignments submitted after the due date



* While course applications are taken at any time, enrolment in each module will occur during a six week window known as the ‘module enrolment period’. At the end of each enrolment period, course material is printed and posted, class groups and tutors are allocated, and links and passwords to the online portal are sent. The late enrolment fee covers the cost of conducting these processes supplementary to the main group.

** Each final individual assignment will have a notified ‘cut-off date’ for lodgement. Any candidate, who does not lodge their assignment by the due date, may submit in writing to the Registrar a request for ‘supplementary submission’. A request for supplementary submission can be made at any time leading up to the assignment due date and up to 7 days post the assignment due date. Requests for supplementary submission received later than 7 days past the assignment due date will not be accepted. The Registrar will advise the date of the ‘supplementary submission'. 

Deferrals and refunds

Candidates wishing to defer their candidature must apply to the Registrar. Applications must be in the form of an affidavit setting out the circumstances they wish to have considered according to the special consideration criteria (refer definitions above) with supporting evidence attached.

If the Registrar receives the application:
  • prior to the start of semester and confirms in writing that ‘special consideration’ has been approved, the candidate is able to defer (fees will be held in credit for 12 months then forfeited)
  • once the semester starts and up to Week 4, and confirms in writing that ‘special consideration’ has been approved, the candidate is able to defer (in this instance 20% of the module fee will be deducted and the balance held in credit for 12 months then forfeited)
  • after Week 4, and confirms in writing that ‘special consideration’ has been approved, the candidate is able to defer (in this instance 50% of the module fee will be deducted and the balance held in credit for 12 months then forfeited).

Withdrawals and refunds

Candidates wishing to withdraw their candidature must apply to the Registrar. Applications must be in the form of an affidavit setting out the circumstances they wish to have considered according to the special consideration criteria (refer definitions above) with supporting evidence attached.

If the Registrar receives the application:
  • prior to the start of semester and confirms in writing that ‘special consideration’ has been approved, the candidate is able to withdraw (fees will be refunded less 10%)
  • once the semester starts and up to Week 4, and confirms in writing that ‘special consideration’ has been approved, the candidate is able to withdraw (fees will be refunded less 30%)
  • after Week 4 but before Week 8, and confirms in writing that ‘special consideration’ has been approved, the candidate is able to withdraw (fees will be refunded less 60%)
  • after Week 8, no fees will be refunded.