The fees found on this website are indicative only. Your final study costs will depend on your course selection requirements and additional costs within your area of study.
What are study fees?
Fees differ for New Zealand residents and international students, and are subject to change.
- International student fees are listed on the Programmes and Tuition Fees for International Students information page.
- New Zealand residents fees are listed with the course information in the Programmes and Courses section.
Fees include: student tuition fee; building levy; course materials (if applicable); and GST (goods and services tax).
You will need to pay your fees, or apply for a student loan (with StudyLink) or Training Incentive Allowance (TIA) grant (with Work and Income), prior to the programmes start date.
Part-time study: students studying part time will pay fees proportional to the courses selected for that year of study.
There may be other costs associated with study and students will be informed of these upon application to help plan for and understand the financial commitment.
Payment of fees
Upon receiving advice of acceptance for a programme, it is your responsibility to pay the invoiced fees in full before the programme start date. If any agreed arrangements for payment of fees has not occurred/commenced within two weeks of the programme start date (or the date specified in the programme handbook) a formal debt collection process will be initiated.
Refunds or withdrawals information can be found on the Enrolment Terms and Conditions information page.
How you pay your fees
Payments can be made in person at the cashiers office in I Block on Mokoia Campus or at any regional campus reception. Payments can be made in cash (includes EFTPOS), credit card, student loan or cheque.
Campus open hours are list on our Contact Us page.
List of Non-academic Fees
Download a printed version of the table below: Toi Ohomai Non-Academic Student Fees
|Official Academic Transcript||Cost|
Transcript on request. Students will receive their Academic Results Summary upon|
completion of their programme of study at no charge.
|Replacement transcript or Local Certificate (if picking up from campus)||$25.00|
|Additional transcripts requested with initial request (if picking up from campus)||$5.00|
|Mailed reprint of Transcript. Postage within NZ||$28.00 ($25 reprint and $3 postage)|
|Mailed reprint of Transcript. Postage within Australia/Pacific||$30.00 ($25 reprint and $5 postage)|
|Mailed reprint of Transcript. Postage rest of World||$32.00 ($25 and $7 postage)|
|Original parchment issued on graduation||No charge|
|Reissued Parchment due to loss or change of name. Where possible the original should be returned. Collected from campus or posted in NZ||$60.00|
|Reissued Parchment due to loss or change of name. Where possible the original should be returned. Collected from campus or posted in to Australia / Pacific||$65.00|
|Reissued Parchment due to loss or change of name. Where possible the original should be returned. Collected from campus or posted in the rest of world||Please contact cashier for pricing information|
|Assessment of Prior Learning||Cost|
|Assessment of Prior Learning (RPL) – administration fee||$50.00|
|Assessment of Prior Learning – assessment fee (per credit)||Please enquire at the information Centre /|
School or Faculty
|Student ID Cards||Cost|
|Student ID card first issue||No charge|
|Student ID Cards - Replacement||$25.00|
|*For withdrawal and transfer admin fees please reference the 2017 Withdrawal and Transfer Fees Schedule|
A number of funding opportunities and scholarships are available to assist with your study expenses.
An agency that administers student loans and allowances, student hardships and bursaries
As part of the government's Youth Guarantee scheme, 16 to 19-year-olds have the chance to study for FREE.
Page last updated: 02 May 2017