Fees, Charges and Refund
Tuition fees are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change. Reasonable notice will be given to students and IHM will communicate changes in fees to students in advance.
To view the individual course fee , please use the link below. *The following fees are provided as a general guide only.Fees & Charges
This page will reflect all the new fees and charges when announced, and it should be considered the only point of reference for current fees.
The fees provided with your letter of offer will reflect the amounts shown on this page as of the date when it is issued and will apply if you accept the offer and enrol. If you choose to defer your place to a later intake, any subsequent revision to this fee schedule may affect the amount you pay for tuition.
IHM also offers a range of interest-free payment plans to choose from.
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There might be some other charges besides the tuition fees incurred with respect to some courses.
Students also need to factor in additional expenses associated with your course, including the cost of textbooks, equipment, technology, resources for special projects and excursions. For CRICOS students (International Students) there will also be additional costs living in Australia including accommodation, food, weekly bills, transport, social activities and club memberships.
The Institute of Health & Management also charges fees for specific services such as issuing replacement documentation which are set out in the policies and procedures relating to provision of those services.
For detailed information about fees and related matters, please refer to the applicable Fees, Charges and Refunds Policy and Procedure.
*Please note: $250 Administrative Fees is only applicable to International Students.
Refunding of Fees
Students may initiate the refund procedure by submitting a refund request in accordance with the Fees, Charges, and Refunds policy and procedure. The form for requesting a refund is available below.Apply for Refund
The procedure with regards to refund entails the following:
- A student must complete and submit a Refund Request Form;
- A refund is granted if the following conditions are met:
- A refund obligation is identified pursuant to sections 46D, 47D, or 47E of the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000;
- A refund obligation is identified pursuant to any other applicable legislation, such as the Competition and Consumer Act 2010;
- There are compelling and compassionate circumstances justifying the provision of a refund including the college is not able to deliver the course;
- The Account Manager processes the refund not later than 21 working days after the lodgement of the refund request form
Tution Protection Scheme
Underpinned by the Education Services for Overseas Students 2000 (the ESOS Act), the TPS framework protects international students on student visas when their provider defaults. That is, their provider closes, fails to start, or stops offering a course.
The legislation sets out what happens when a registered provider or an overseas student or intending overseas student defaults (that is, when a provider fails to start or finish providing a course to a student, or a student fails to start or finish a course with a provider). It establishes a universal single Tuition Protection Service (TPS) to provide a flexible and streamlined approach to student placement and refund arrangements in the event a defaulting provider does not meet its refund obligations under the ESOS Act. Students will be given an active role in selecting from suitable placement options through an online information service. Where a student does not access a placement through the placement facility provided by the TPS Director, the student may be eligible for a refund of their unexpended tuition fees from the TPS Director.
Students will be eligible for a refund of the unused portion of any prepaid tuition fees (i.e. tuition for which you have paid but which has not yet been delivered) rather than a full refund, in recognition of the fact that you may obtain credit for the study already completed.View More