Tuition fees are charged per Unit of Credit (UOC) according to subject classification, on a semester basis irrespective of when studies are commenced.

The Full-Time MBA Program

The 2022 fee per course is AUD$6,540*. Total estimated cost of program is AUD$78,480*

*Please note: The above fees are indicative only for 2022.

Living Expenses in Sydney

Further information regarding living expenses and housing costs can be found on UNSW International.

Financing your MBA

An MBA is a major investment and we encourage you to research how to finance this commitment before applying. Investigate the options as early as possible and avoid relying on one source of funding.

Scholarships assist candidates to undertake an MBA and obtain leadership roles in business post-degree. Scholarships comprise of partial, half and full tuition waivers for more information please visit AGSM Full-Time Scholarships.

International Students

International students are encouraged to investigate funding sources in their home country. Many government ministries of education, employers and banks offer assistance in the form of grants or loans. Please note that international students are required to pay a deposit to accept their place in the AGSM MBA Programs.

US and Canadian Students

UNSW is authorised to assist approved US and Canadian citizens in extending their national student loans programs to cover study and other related expenses to our programs.

If you are a citizen of these countries and believe you may be eligible for such support, please contact the UNSW International Financial Aid Office for assistance and advice on how to apply and process loan applications. The office can also assist US students with the processing and disbursement of education related private loans.

Please send an email to financialaid@unsw.edu.au and for full information regarding UNSW financial aid programs visit UNSW International.

Australian Citizens

FEE-HELP is an interest free loan facility provided by the Australian Government for eligible students enrolled in postgraduate studies. To be eligible, you must be an Australian citizen. You can borrow up to the maximum of the tuition fee charged for each course in which you enrol.

For more information visit Study Assist. For information and advice about financial affairs please review UNSW's information on fees.

Tuition fees are charged per Unit of Credit (UOC) according to the subject classification, on a semester basis irrespective of when studies are commenced.

The fee per unit of credit for Starter, Core & Elective courses is AUD$830 in 2022. Fee per unit of credit for Executive Year courses is AUD$1,450 in 2022. 

For 2022, the total estimated cost of the program is AUD$74,640 plus residential fee for the Executive Year.

Please note the fees mentioned here are indicative only for 2022 and are subject to change.

MBA (Executive) Program Starter, Core and Elective Courses - 8 courses totalling 48 UOC

  • 1 Compulsory Starter course
  • 1 Compulsory Core courses
  • At least 3 Core courses
  • Up to 3 Elective courses*
  • Fee per course: AUD$4,980

* There are different costs for different elective subjects. Please see UNSW Fee Policy for detailed information.
 

Executive Year – 4 courses totalling 24 UOC

  • 4 courses totalling 24 UOC
  • Fee per course: AUD$8,700
  • Plus Residential fee: Approx. AUD$3,900*

*Please note: Residential Fees are not refundable and are not covered by FEE-HELP.

 

Financing Your Study

FEE-HELP

FEE-HELP is an interest-free loan facility provided by the Australian Government for eligible students enrolled in postgraduate studies. To be eligible you must be an Australian citizen. You can borrow up to the maximum of the tuition fee charged for each course in which you enrol.

Please visit Study Assist for more information. For information and advice about financial affairs please review UNSW's information on fees.

Scholarships

There are limited scholarships available that are granted at certain session commencement dates only. For more information about these opportunities please visit AGSM Part-Time Scholarships.

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Tuition fees are charged per Unit of Credit (UOC) according to the subject classification on a semester basis irrespective of when studies are commenced.

MBA (Change) / MBA (Technology) / MBA (Finance) - 12 Courses

The 2022 fee per course is AUD$4,980 for the MBA (Change) / MBA (Technology) / MBA (Finance) core and specialisation courses. Total estimated cost of program is AUD$59,760

MBA (Social Impact) - 12 Courses

The 2022 fee for the 6 core courses is AUD$4,980 for domestic and international students.

The 2022 fee for the 6 Social Impact specialisation courses is AUD$4,470 for domestic students and AUD$6,150 for international students.

The total 2022 estimated cost of program is AUD$56,700 for domestic students and AUD$66,780 for International students.

MBA (Law) - 12 Courses

The 2022 fee for the 6 core courses and the capstone course is AUD$4,980 for domestic and international students.

The 2022 fee for the 5 Law and cross disciplinary elective courses is between AUD$4,470 – $4,650 for domestic students and AUD$5,640 - $6,150 for international students.*

The total 2022 estimated cost of program is AUD$57,750 - $58,110 for domestic students and AUD$63,060 - $64,080 for International students.

 

Financing Your Study

 

FEE-HELP is an interest-free loan facility provided by the Australian Government for eligible students enrolled in postgraduate studies. To be eligible you must be an Australian citizen. You can borrow up to the maximum of the tuition fee charged for each course in which you enrol.

Please visit Study Assist for more information. For information and advice about financial affairs please review UNSW's information on fees.

Scholarships

There are limited scholarships available that are granted at certain session commencement dates only. For more information about these opportunities please visit AGSM Part-Time Scholarships.

Tuition fees are charged per Unit of Credit (UOC) according to the subject classification, on a semester basis irrespective of when studies are commenced.

The 2022 fee for the 6 MBA (Law) core courses and Capstone course is AUD$4,980 for domestic and international students.

The 2022 fee for the 6 Master of Law (LLM) is $4,650 for domestic students and $5,640 for international students.

The 2022 fee for the 2 MBA (Law) electives is between AUD$4,470 – $4,650 for domestic students and AUD$5,640 - $6,150 for international students.*

The total 2022 estimated cost of program is AUD$71,700 - $72,060 for domestic students and AUD$79,980 - $81,000 for International students.

* Fees are indicative only. Elective course fees are dependent on the corresponding faculty; there is not a single cost for each.

Financing Your Study

FEE-HELP is an interest-free loan facility provided by the Australian Government for eligible students enrolled in postgraduate studies. To be eligible you must be an Australian citizen. You can borrow up to the maximum of the tuition fee charged for each course in which you enrol.

Please visit Study Assist for more information. For information and advice about financial affairs please review UNSW's information on fees.

Tuition fees are charged per Unit of Credit (UOC) according to the subject classification on a semester basis irrespective of when studies are commenced.

The Graduate Certificate is comprised of four courses. Tuition fees are charged per Unit of Credit (UOC) according to the subject classification on a semester basis irrespective of when studies are commenced.

The 2022 fee per course is between AUD$4,980 – AUD$6,540. The total estimated cost of these programs is between AUD$19,920 – AUD$24,600.

Financing Your Study

FEE-HELP is an interest-free loan facility provided by the Australian Government for eligible students enrolled in postgraduate studies. To be eligible you must be an Australian citizen. You can borrow up to the maximum of the tuition fee charged for each course in which you enrol.

Please visit Study Assist for more information. For information and advice about financial affairs please review UNSW's information on fees.