Fees and Finances
I am a continuing student. When are my tuition fees due?
Tuition fees are due 2 weeks before the start of each semester. You should receive an invoice in the mail before the end of each semester and if you do not receive your invoice please contact the International Services Unit to organise for one to be sent out to you.
I am a continuing student. How can I pay my tuition fees?
There are a few options for paying your fees.
- Students can take their Invoice to CIT Student Services on any campus and pay over the counter via EFTPOS and Credit Card only. Student Services do not accept cash payments. You must be aware that if you are paying by EFTPOS your card may have a daily limit on it, so please check this with your bank.
- By credit card over the phone. Please call CIT International's Finance Office on (02) 6205 1265.
- By BPay.
- Through our ‘Cohort Go Payments’ portal.
I am a continuing student. How can I pay my tuition fees if I don’t have a student tax invoice?
If you do not have an invoice you must contact the International Services Unit to have one sent to you.
I am a new student to CIT. How can I pay my tuition fees?
The amount you need to pay is on your Letter of Offer. This amount cannot be paid until all conditions are met. Please call CIT International on (02) 6207 4662 to obtain payment options.
What happens if I cannot pay my tuition fees by the due date?
Tuition fees that are not paid by the due date will incur a $250.00 late fee. Your student account will have a financial hold placed on it and you may also have a non-compliance issued against your Visa. If you are having trouble paying you fees you must contact the International Services Unit to arrange an appointment with a Student Advisor before the due date.
What time of the day can I pay my fees?
The Finance Office in the International Services Unit is open for you to pay your fees between 9am and 4pm on Monday - Friday* (and only 1pm on Wednesday's*).
*These hours are not applicable during the end of year school holidays (mid December to early January) or on public holidays.
See Payment Options, Fees and Refunds for further information.