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UNSW JD - Program fees

The UNSW JD offers both Commonwealth Supported Places (CSPs) and full-fee places. CSP places are awarded on the basis of academic merit to the most highly qualified applicants.

Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP)

Students enrolled in a CSP pay a proportion of the cost of their tuition (a Student Contribution) and the balance is funded by the Commonwealth Government. See the UNSW Fees page for 2017 rates and more details.

Full-Fee Places - Domestic

For domestic students enrolled in a full-fee place, the 2017 tuition fee for the UNSW JD is $39,840 per year (based on a full-time year of 48 units of credit) or $830 per unit of credit.

International 

For international students the 2017 tuition fee for the UNSW JD is $43,680 per year (based on a full-time year of 48 units of credit) or $910 per unit of credit.

FEE-HELP

FEE-HELP is a loan available to help eligible students pay part or all of their tuition fees. It is available to students who are either Australian citizens or Australian permanent residents with a humanitarian visa.

For 2017, the FEE‑HELP limit is $100,879 for most students. This amount is indexed each year. For further information, please visit www.studyassist.gov.au.

Student Income Support

The UNSW JD is an approved program of study for Youth Allowance and Austudy payments. For further information please visit the Department of Human Services.