TAFE costs?

Old Mar 12th 2007, 8:59 am
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Can anyone help, I'm a mom looking at sending herself back to college after being at home for many years with the children. I have seen the course that i want to do through TAFE Gold Coast (certificate III/ Diploma children services), but the course fee is $5000 and if i want to do the extended course it's $15,000 . I have looked on the TAFE website and i can't find anything on payment. Does anyone know if i have to pay the whole amount on enrolment, or can i split it through the year. Can i get any help of the government for going back to college full time.......or if anyone else has done this course and can give me any feed back.

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Originally Posted by stacey and jordan View Post
Can anyone help, I'm a mom looking at sending herself back to college after being at home for many years with the children. I have seen the course that i want to do through TAFE Gold Coast (certificate III/ Diploma children services), but the course fee is $5000 and if i want to do the extended course it's $15,000 . I have looked on the TAFE website and i can't find anything on payment. Does anyone know if i have to pay the whole amount on enrolment, or can i split it through the year. Can i get any help of the government for going back to college full time.......or if anyone else has done this course and can give me any feed back.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Stacey
Hi Stacey
I have just been to tafe as an international student, I had to pay fees per semesta i.e July and Jan would think your would be the same, not sure about government help as I was international.
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Hi Stacey
I have just been to tafe as an international student, I had to pay fees per semesta i.e July and Jan would think your would be the same, not sure about government help as I was international.
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My uni had an arrangement to pay per unit with installment options. You should check with the institution concerned, however there are normally arrangements in place to ease the financial burden.
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