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Lots of information about fees, student loans, student allowances, research funding and hardship support - and some sensible financial advice as well.
Lots of information about tuition and accommodation fees along with details on how to pay them, as well as a list of tuition fees by faculty.
Find out when your fees are due and how you can pay.
Find out about budgeting and the support available to help students with money management.
Fees by faculty for domestic and international students.
The New Zealand government has introduced new policies to make tertiary study more affordable. Find out how this might affect you.
Find out if you're eligible, as well as when and how to apply for your student loan.
If you're making payments to the University by credit card, this will incur an additional convenience fee from January 2020.
If you're a current student and you're struggling financially, you may be able to get special funding.
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