Higher Education Support Act 2003

Chapter 2 - Grants for higher education assistance etc  

PART 2-1 - HIGHER EDUCATION PROVIDERS  

Division 19 - What are the quality and accountability requirements?  

Subdivision 19-F - What are the contribution and fee requirements?  

SECTION 19-102   Meaning of fee  

19-102(1)  
A fee includes any tuition, examination or other fee payable to a higher education provider by a person enrolled with, or applying for enrolment with, the provider.

19-102(2)  
A fee may also include any fee payable to the provider in respect of the granting of a *higher education award.

19-102(3)  
A fee does not include a fee that is:


(a) payable in respect of an organisation of students, or of students and other persons; or


(b) payable in respect of the provision to students of amenities or services that are not of an academic nature; or


(c) payable in respect of residential accommodation; or


(d) imposed in accordance with the Higher Education Provider Guidelines for the imposition of fees in respect of *overseas students; or


(e) payable in respect of studies (other than an *enabling course) that are not permitted to be undertaken for the purpose of obtaining a *higher education award; or


(f) determined, in accordance with the Higher Education Provider Guidelines, to be a fee of a kind that is incidental to studies that may be undertaken with a higher education provider; or


(g) a *student contribution amount payable in respect of a student.

19-102(4)  


The definition of fee in this section does not apply for the purposes of section 104-50 .

 

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