How to Accept your Offer
How to Apply
- Degree programs
- Study Abroad and Exchange to Tasmania
- English language programs
- Foundation Studies Program
It is important to read through the information contained in your Offer of Enrolment carefully, ensuring that you understand the offer which has been made to you.
Accepting the Offer of Enrolment
To accept the Offer of Enrolment you are required to complete the Acceptance Form, which is incorporated in the Offer of Enrolment letter.
Payment of the tuition fees for the first study period of the course together with payment of Overseas Student Health Cover for the duration of the student visa is required at this time. Payment options are listed on the Acceptance form.
In most cases, Acceptances will not be processed when a student has outstanding conditions to be met. There are some exceptions to this, including for those applicants who have an English language condition and have accepted an offer to undertake an English language program at the UTAS English Language Centre.
Paying your Tuition Fees
Payment of Fees can be made by Credit Card, Telegraphic Transfer, Bank Draft or Cheque.
Credit Card (using Travelex Pay 24/7)
UTAS has partnered with Travelex, the world’s largest specialist in global business payments, to provide you with a simple and low cost method of making your payment, and in most cases, you can pay in your home currency.
To make a payment you will need to:
- Enter your student information
- Select the transactions you wish to pay and enter the full amount
- Then click on CONTINUE
- Choose to pay either by Credit Card or by Telegraphic Transfer (TT)
- If paying by credit card, you will receive confirmation of your payment online
- If paying by TT, print out the payment instructions and take them to your bank to make payment
For Telegraphic Transfer (TT) options which do not use Travelex Pay 24/7, payments can be made to the University’s bank account as follows:
|Name of Account||University of Tasmania No.1 A/c Expenditure|
|Bank||Commonwealth Bank of Australia|
|Branch||Sandy Bay, Tasmania, Australia|
Please refer to the instructions under “Credit Card (using Travelex Pay 24/7) if you wish to use this service to make a Telegraphic Transfer.
Bank Draft or Cheque
Payments made by bank draft or cheque must be made payable to the University of Tasmania in AUD currency
We will require a clear copy of the bank draft or cheque to be provided with the completed Acceptance Form in order for a CoE to be issued.
Originals are then to be mailed to International Admissions:
C/- International Admissions
|C/- International Admissions
University of Tasmania
Sandy Bay, Tasmania 7001
Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE)
Once the fee payment and signed Acceptance Form have been received by the International Admissions office, a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) form will be issued and emailed to you. This document is required for you to apply for your student visa.
Please note the International Admissions office only issues CoEs and the electronic copy of your CoE is acceptable when applying for a student visa.
Streamlined Visa Processing (SVP)
The University of Tasmania (UTAS) is an Eligible Education Provider under the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship’s (DIAC) Streamlined Visa Processing system.
Applicants who have an offer which for a program which is eligible for assessment under SVP criteria, who are from an Assessment Level 3 or 4 country (as defined by DIAC), and who are using the assistance of an authorised UTAS education agent are required to submit a completed UTAS SVP Agent Checklist at the point of acceptance. For information on Assessment Levels and programs eligible for assessment under SVP criteria, please visit the DIAC website.
Any questions regarding UTAS processes related to SVP should be directed to
Future Tuition Fee Payments
Once you have commenced studies future tuition fee payments will be required at the beginning of each new semester. Invoices will be sent to your UTAS email account prior to the commencement of each semester. Payment will be required by the end of the second week of semester.
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