Tuition & Fees 2018-04-06T17:04:52+00:00

ISN Tuition Fees, 2018

The tuition fees for 2018 for 100 credit points, equivalent to full time study in any given year are listed below:

Course Per Year (100 Credit Points)
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) – Undergraduate Years 1 – 3 * $7,550.00
                                                             –  Year 4 (Honours Year) $23,295.00
Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) – Honours Year 4 $23,295.00
Master of Psychology (Clinical) – Postgraduate Year 5 $30,992.00
                                                        – Postgraduate Year 6 $33,429.00
NOTE: All tuition fees are subject to annual CPI increases
* Students can opt to graduate after third year with a Bachelor of Psychological Science.


As an efficiently run, psychology-only college, ISN Psychology has been able to set its fees at a level that is competitive when compared to publicly-funded universities.

In addition, as a new tertiary provider, ISN is currently in the process of applying to the Commonwealth Government to become an approved FEE HELP provider. FEE HELP is a loan scheme that assists eligible fee paying students to pay all or part of their tuition fees.

Please be aware that we are still at the application stage for FEE HELP and we propose to offer this feature once it becomes available. Students will not incur any fees if they withdraw from a course prior to this census date.

Census Date for all semester 1, 2018 courses is 30 April 2018.

*Please note: From 1 January 2018, the approval of tertiary courses for student payment purposes will change. Student payments (including Youth Allowance (student), Austudy, ABSTUDY, and the Pensioner Education Supplement) will be restricted to those VET courses (at  diploma level and above) and education providers that are approved for VET Student Loans (VSL). Approval of higher education courses will also be restricted for student payment purposes to accredited courses offered by providers approved for the Higher Education Loan Program (HELP).  These changes were made under the government’s ‘Better Alignment of Student Payments’ measure. 


ISN Psychology awards scholarships on the basis of:

  • Academic Merit
  • Breadth and Applicability of Life Experience
  • Demonstrated Interest in Psychology and Other Related Academic Fields, or Demonstrated Experience in Counselling, or Related Research areas
  • Financial Hardship

Scholarship applications include an interview and referee process.

Scholarships applications for 2018 have now closed. Students will be notified of their scholarship application outcome by close of business Friday the 2nd February 2018.