Fee due dates
Find out when your fees are due.
You need to pay your fees by the first day of your study. If you enrolled after the first day of the semester or quarter, your fees are due on this date.
If you’re an international student, studying in New Zealand, you need to pay your tuition fees in enough time for your student visa application to be issued, by the relevant start date.
If you're applying for a student visa from outside of New Zealand, you will most likely be required by Immigration New Zealand to pay your fees for an entire year.
If you’re an international student outside of New Zealand and studying with us online or at a China Learning Centre (CLC), you are not required to hold a student visa and therefore should pay your fees in full by the first day of the relevant semester.
International students enrolled in a full-year course must pay the full year’s fees at the start of their first semester.
For more information about visas, please see Visa information.
For further assistance, please contact Immigration New Zealand.
2023 Fees due dates
Thursday 5 January 2023
Semester One - Monday 27 February 2023
Semester Two - Monday 17 July 2023
Quarter One - Monday 9 January 2023
Quarter Two - Monday 3 April 2023
Quarter Three - Monday 26 June 2023
Quarter Four - Monday 18 September 2023
Double semester courses
For double semester courses (ending with suffix A & B), due date is the first day of the semester in which the A component starts.
Late Year Term - Friday 1 December 2023
If you're studying for a doctoral programme, term starts on the first day of any month of the year. This depends on when you enrol.
Your fees are due 30 days from your starting date.
How to check your fees due date on Student Services Online
Student Services Online can help you to keep track of when your fees are due once you have enrolled in a course.
- Sign into Student Services Online.
- Click on the ‘Fees and Payments’ icon.
- The ‘Account Summary’ page will appear.
- Click the Charges due tab. The ‘Charges’ page will appear.
If you don’t pay your fees by the due date, you risk incurring a late payment fee of $120 and losing your place.
For more information, see Overdue fees.