How do I pay Monash fees?

When fees are due, you’ll receive a document advising you of the amount and due date. This will be in the form of one of the following:

  • fees statement (also available in the Web Enrolment System)
  • application form
  • International Student Course Agreement.

Scam warning

To protect yourself from fraudsters and scams, pay using only the methods below and never pay through a third party, even if discounts are offered.

Scammers may contact you on social media, or be recommended by a friend. The scammer makes payments to the University using stolen credit cards and shows you the payment is accepted. Weeks or months later, payments are reversed and your course fees remain unpaid. Victims lose the money they paid to the scammer and still have to pay the University in full.

To ensure you’re protected from scams, stay up to date with the latest warnings on Scamwatch.

Payment methods

We’re not accepting payments at Monash Connect right now, but you can use any of the contactless payment options below.

If you need to pay in person, there’s also the Post billpay option at Australia Post outlets.

Fees statement payments (all enrolled students – domestic and international)

Accepting an offer – deposit for course fees (international students)

Application fee (international applicants applying for a place)