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Apr 22 2017

HECS and Permanent Residency

HECS Fee Help and Support While a Permanent Resident

HECS-HELP loans are available to eligible students who are studying in a Commonwealth Supported Place and are Australian citizens.

Since 2005, most New Zealand citizens and Australian permanent residents are not eligible for HECS-HELP loans. They must pay up-front and are not eligible to defer their unit fees to the ATO under the HECS-HELP scheme.

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Apr 15 2012

Eligibility for HECS HELP in Australian Universities

Eligibility for HECS HELP in Australian Universities To be eligible for HECS‑HELP, you must be: An Australian citizen or Permanent humanitarian visa holder You must also meet residency requirements and be studying in a Commonwealth supported place The HECS‑HELP scheme A student loan and A student discount Eligible students may access a HECS‑HELP loan to …

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May 18 2011

Universities

University Education in Australia Going to Uni – An Australian Government website aimed at providing all the information required for students going to University in Australia – www.goingtouni.gov.au Domestic Students in University There are two types of higher education providers places offered to domestic students: Commonwealth supported (previously known as a HECS place) You only …

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May 08 2010

Repay HECS HELP loan

A HECS HELP loan is a loan from the Australian Government for all or part of a students university contribution amount. Repayment of this can be deferred until the student joins the workforce and earn in excess of the threshold figure for each relevant year. These figures are indexed annually. Any voluntary repayments above the …

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