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If you are not using FEE-HELP, HECS-HELP, or have reached your FEE-HELP limit, you will be required to pay your fees in full by the date listed on your invoice (Statement of Liability).
Important Note: there is a limit to the amount of fees that can be deferred via FEE-HELP. Once you have reached this limit, then the remainder of your subject fees will need to be paid up front to the University by the date listed on your invoice.
Further information on FEE-HELP, HECS-HELP, including how much can be borrowed (FEE-HELP limit), repayment details, etc.
Please note the University imposes late fees and penalties (including the cancellation of a student's enrolment) for failure to meet payment deadlines.
Students who are offered a Melbourne Law School bursary, will receive detailed information at the time of offer. Please note that bursaries are a fee reduction applied across all three years of your program (not a cash payment). You should be able to see your fee reduction in the Scholarship tab via my.unimelb. See further information about the JD Bursary scheme including FAQs.
If you have any questions regarding a Melbourne Law School bursary, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions regarding Graduate Access Melbourne Bursaries should be directed to Stop 1.
View Melbourne JD Scholarships available to commencing or current students.