The Australian Chiropractic College is proud to deliver cutting-edge curriculum in a caring and vibrant environment.
Fees and Financial Assistance
An application fee of $AUD 100 is required on submission of your application form.
TUITION FEES IN 2020
The full time tuition fee for domestic students for the 2020 academic year is $AUD 26,000 per year.
The total tuition fee cost of the 4 year Bachelor of Chiropractic program is $AUD 104,000.
Tuition fees are based on the credit point weightings for each unit. If you wish to study part time, please contact the College to discuss your study load and to determine your part time tuition fees.
TUITION FEES 2021 The full time tuition fee for domestic students in 2021 is $AUD 26,000 per year.
The full time tuition fees for international students in 2021 (pending approval of ACC’s CRICOS application) will be $AUD 30,000 per year.
Tuition fees for future years are subject to change at the discretion of the College. If tuition fees change, the College will notify students in November of the preceding year.
TUITION FEE PAYMENT PROCESS
Tuition fees are due on a semester basis.
On submitting the initial enrolment form for your program of study, a $500 tuition fee deposit is due. The remainder of the semester’s tuition fees must be paid in full by the published census date, unless an instalment plan is in place.
Tuition fees for subsequent semesters are due no later than the first day of each semester.
Students may be withdrawn from unpaid courses.
Tuition payments can be paid in cash, by bank cheque and through Internet banking. Credit card payment for tuition fees incurs a 2% surcharge. This only applies to tuition fee payments.
STUDENT SERVICES AND
introduce a Student Services and Amenities Fee commencing in 2021. This fee will be published by November 2020.
Course related costs
Tuition fees do not include course related costs such textbooks, travel, special clothing, photocopies, diagnostic kits and/or equipment for personal use by the student. Course related costs are due at the start of the course and payable by the student to the ACC. The ACC will publish course related costs to the students simultaneously with an invitation to enroll at the ACC.
FEE-HELP is an Australian government program that provides loans for domestic students studying at private higher education providers in Australia. More information about FEE-HELP can be found on the Australian Government’s Study Assist website.
CAN I ACCESS FEE-HELP AT ACC?
The Australian Chiropractic College has applied to the Federal Government for FEE-HELP approval to allow students access to the FEE-HELP loan scheme.
FEE-HELP loans are not currently available for ACC students.
IF ACC IS APPROVED AS A PROVIDER FOR FEE- HELP, HOW MUCH COULD I BORROW ?
If ACC is
approved as a FEE-HELP provider, students will be able to borrow up to the
combined HELP limit to pay tuition fees. In 2020, the HELP loan limit is
PLEASE NOTE: ACC’s course tuition fees are $26,000 pa ($104,000 across the four year program). As previous study (pre-requisites) is required for entry to ACC, students accessing the FEE-HELP loan scheme may exceed their HELP loan limit before completing their qualification. In this situation, students would need to find alternative funding sources to complete their studies at ACC.
ALTERNATIVE FINANCIAL SUPPORT
Applicants demonstrating genuine financial or personal hardship are encouraged to contact us directly.