When you enrol into your units an invoice will be generated for your semester of study and will be emailed to you in 24 hours. You will be required to pay your fees within the required timeframe (7 days) using the below payment options.
Non-payment of fees within the required timeframe may result in a hold placed on your account which will prevent you from registering into further units.
If you have any queries relating to the below payment options please contact the Student Hub at your nearest campus.
Please ensure you keep all invoices, payments and receipt details.
Fee must be paid within seven days of registration.
TAFE SA accepts VISA and Mastercard for online payment of course fees. Once you have enrolled, you can pay your fees online using the myTAFESA website, selecting the "Pay Invoice Now" option and using the instructions provided in the myTAFESA Help if required.
TAFE SA accepts payment via BPay.
An invoice with your fees will be generated overnight and emailed to you (see your welcome letter for details).
For assistance on how to pay via BPay please contact your Banking Institution.
TAFE SA accepts payment via any Australia Post outlet throughout Australia.
An Australia Post outlet will accept the following forms of payment:
At TAFE SA we offer the flexibility of paying your fees through a Standard Payment Plan, where you are undertaking an eligible course. This option may be approved if you are undertaking a government-funded vocational course where the fees are more than $250.
All instalments are to be made via direct debit from your nominated bank account or Centrepay (Centrepay can only be used for students receiving payment from Centrelink).
For more information please visit Standard Payment Plan or contact the Student Hub at your local campus.
Commonwealth Government loans may be available to eligible students studying some Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Associate Degree, Bachelor Degree, Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma courses. These loan programs allow you to defer some or all of your fees to a loan. For more information please visit our FEE-HELP and VET Student Loans pages.
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