If you think you can’t afford to study, you may not know there are options available to help you start studying now and pay for your course later.
Take a look at the ways you can pay for different types of courses.
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^ Terms & conditions apply.
You won’t need to pay a cent until you earn over $54,869 a year – then you will pay off the cost of your course gradually through the tax system.
Find out more about Government loans.
A SEEK Learning consultant can help you arrange a payment plan, so you can pay for your course over time. There’s no deposit required, and no interest charged for the first 12 months. (Terms and conditions apply.)
If you’re eligible, you can use the payment plan to pay for most:
- TAFE-level courses (Certificates II, III & IV, and Diplomas)
- short courses
- certifications, and
- all Kaplan Professional financial and real estate courses.
Find out more about the 12-month interest free payment plan.
HECS-HELP courses are also government-subsidised. This means the cost you pay for the course is much cheaper – the Australian Government pays the university part of the course fee.
For courses subsidised by the government (with Commonwealth-supported places), see:
Your studies may be tax-deductible
If you study a course related to your work, you may be able to claim the cost of your course on your tax return.
If you’re eligible, you can also claim the cost of study equipment and student services fees.
See courses in your field of work by selecting your industry.
Speak to a finance professional for advice on tax deductions that may be available to you.
For advice on payment options for the course you're interested in, contact a SEEK Learning consultant.