Find out everything about DUELI course fees, the Overseas Student Health Cover you're required to get, plus information on different accommodation costs.
|Deakin University English Language Institute fees||Fees in $AUD (2017 rates)||Fees in $AUD (2018 and 2019 rates)|
|Tuition fee – DUELI Melbourne||$415 per week||$445 per week|
|Tuition fee – DUELI Geelong||$370 per week||$385 per week|
|Enrolment and orientation fee||$250||$250|
You'll need to pay your fees to Deakin before you enrol and come along to your course's orientation. Ideally, we'd prefer payments via credit card or made online.
|Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)||Fees in $AUD (2017 rates)|
OSHC is health insurance for international students who are studying in Australia. It can help you meet the costs of any medical or hospital care you might need while you're here.
OHSC is compulsory for students from most countries, and must be organised before your studies begin. The OSHC fees above are based on 2015 rates.
Note: Students from Belgium, Norway and Sweden are not required to purchase OSHC, as Australia maintains reciprocal healthcare agreements with these countries.
|Homestay fees (only for students in homestay accommodation)||Fees in $AUD (2016 rates)|
|Melbourne Burwood||$315 per week|
|Geelong Waterfront||$300 per week|
|Homestay placement fee||$250|
Your homestay fee shouldn't be paid to Deakin – it must be paid directly to your host two weeks in advance, as soon as you arrive.
The homestay placement fee should be paid to Deakin before you arrive in Australia.
|Campus accommodation fees||Fees in $AUD (2016 rates)|
|Melbourne Burwood Campus||$315 per week|
|Accommodation placement fee||$250|
These fees are based on 2016 campus accommodation rates per week, with a minimum stay of one trimester and they only apply to students choosing on-campus accommodation.