No increase in Flinders fees for 2014 students

Flinders University Vice-Chancellor
Professor Michael Barber.

Flinders University will not increase its fees for students enrolling in courses at Flinders through 2014 mid-year entry as a consequence of the Federal Government’s budget proposals on higher education, Vice-Chancellor Professor Michael Barber, announced today.

“Flinders is currently accepting applications for students to commence study in July this year. The University feels it is important that students enrolling in 2014 can make their decisions with certainty and not have any unexpected increases in the level of their fees,” Professor Barber said.

“Existing fee levels will not change for students admitted through the mid-year intake for study in the second half of 2014,” he said.

Professor Barber said the Federal Government’s proposals on higher education funding will not impact on students already studying.

The University will ensure that students commencing in 2015 have the relevant information about their future fees as soon as possible, depending on progress of the Government’s proposals.

For further information about mid-year entry check the Flinders website.

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