Full fee for the last two years is ridiculously expensive, but if anyone can afford it it's going to be dentists .In 2009, the FEE-HELP limit will be $83,313, unless a person is undertaking a medicine, dentistry or veterinary science course. If they are, the FEE-HELP limit is increased to $104,142.
since its a 'graduate diploma' theres no loan fee, thats smart... might consider it lastA loan fee of 20% applies to FEE-HELP loans for undergraduate courses of study. The FEE-HELP limit does not include the loan fee. No loan fee applies to FEE-HELP loans for postgraduate courses, bridging courses for overseas-trained professionals, enabling courses or units of study undertaken directly with open universities australia
Yeah, FEE-HELP would be a better idea. Borrowing from parents was just an idea that probably wouldn't happen anyway. At least it's good to know that there is no interest on the post-grad courses. Now all I have to do is get in..add: Wouldn't it be better to do fee help instead of borrowing from your parents? Post-grad courses attract no additional fees/interest using FEE-Help while I imagine your parents would lose a lot of money lending you 100K.
OK, I'm filling out my pref. for QTAC just wondering how people are going to afford to pay $100k for the last 2 years. Are we supposed to take a loan? or something? or is there a FEE-HELP for this?
Thanks (wishing griffith would be normal...)
No. Where did you hear that from?Hey but isnt the oral health course shortened to 2 years?
Not sure of an exact figure ... but around 97 UAI and 160+ umat raw score. Of course if you had a relatively weak UAI then you'd need to have a higher umat score + good interview.hey does anyone know what uai and umat score is required to get in?
oh, i thought it was like their med science that is accelerated to squish it in 2 years.No. Where did you hear that from?