CUA50213 DIPLOMA OF MUSICAL THEATRE
The CUA50213 Diploma of Musical Theatre is completed over one year, in two semesters; full time. Below is a breakdown of fees and payment plans for the Diploma musical theatre course.
The total course fee for the CUA50213 Diploma of Musical Theatre for domestic students is $22,000 (AUD).
Please note this course is full fee paying. There is no VET FEE HELP or HECS-HELP offered.
The total course fee is paid as per the payment schedule outlined below:
||CUA50213 Diploma of Musical Theatre
||To successfully complete the CUA50213 Diploma of Musical Theatre course, you must complete 15 core units of competency.
||242 Young Street, Waterloo, Sydney, NSW, 2017, Australia
|CRICOS Course Code
|Hours per week
||28 hours (Minimum)
|Total Tuition Fee
MONEY PAYABLE ON ACCEPTANCE OF OFFER
|Course Deposit (Non-refundable)
||$1000 (to be paid on acceptance of offer)
|Overseas Student Health Cover
|$0 (if organised and paid for by student) or $1000 (to be paid on Enrolment if organised by SAS)
||$0 (It is expected that you purchase an external hard drive to assist your studies and wear theatre blacks to all scheduled classes at SAS)
|Total Money due to the School on Enrolment
||$1000 (paid as per schedule of payments)
+ $1000 (if SAS is to organise Overseas Student Health Cover)
|Remaining tuition fee is payable by the student to the School at the agreed payment dates.
This is set out in the student agreement. The usual payment points are every semester (21 or 22 weeks), at least 2 weeks before the start of a semester, across the duration of the course. The student may exercise their choice to pay more upfront that is a greater amount than the identified amount in the payment schedule. That is their choice depending on circumstances.
Fees paid in advance will be retained in a separate designated account by the School.
Please note that the Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) will not be issued until payment of the due amount with this offer and the signed Letter of Offer are received by the student services department.
ADMINISTRATIVE FEES & REFUNDS
ADMINISTRATIVE FEES THESE ARE FEES FOR SERVICES WE PROVIDE TO STUDENTS IN ADDITION TO TUITION FEES (GST IS ADDED)
|Application Fee (Non-refundable)
||RPL fee per unit
|Course Deposit (Non-refundable)
||Credit transfer fee per unit
|Overdue tuition fee – 7 days
|Overdue tuition fee – 14 days
||Interim academic transcript
||Interim attendance letter
|Change of COE details
||Re-issue of final documents
|Cancellation and course variation fee
||Replacement qualification testamur
|Transfers processing fee
||Student Card – Replacement
|Refund processing fee
||Locker Allocation – Key Deposit (refundable upon key return at graduation)
TUITION FEE REFUND POLICY
The following is the summary extracted from the School’s tuition fee refund policies. The full detail of our refund policy can be found at the SAS website: www.sydneyactorsschool.edu.au. The refund policy applies to both commencing and re-enrolling students. It is set out in the Student Handbook and below. All requests for a refund must be submitted on the appropriate refund application form and must be accompanied by official documentary evidence of the grounds for the request.
Your course deposit is not refundable.
Refunds apply only to tuition fees and will only be paid to the applicant through an Australian Dollar draft.
The School’s policy on the refund of fees has been determined in accordance with the Education Services for Overseas Student Act 2000 (ESOS Act 2000) and the Education Services for Overseas Student Regulations 2001 (ESOS Regulations 2001). This policy applies to all students irrespective of who pays the fees.
The student must submit the Refund Application before the case is processed. All refunds incur a $250 administration fee except where it is specifically stated. All bank transfer fees will be deducted from the refund
The following conditions are applied for both the Sydney Actors School and Student defaults. The amount of refund is determined as follows:
TOTAL REFUND OF TUITION FEE
|In the unlikely event that the School is unable to provide the course for which an offer has been made. An alternate offer of a place will be offered at no extra cost to the students as well as the refund option.
||A total refund will be granted under these circumstances
|An offer of a place is withdrawn by the School. (The exception is when the offer was made on the basis of intentional incorrect
|The applicant is unable to obtain a visa from an Australian
Applications for a total refund on the above grounds must be lodged at least 2 weeks prior to the commencement of the semester for which the offer is made. The student must provide a certified copy of the official letter of visa
application rejection by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) along with their application, in order for the refund application to be approved.
PARTIAL REFUND OF TUITION FEE
The amount of partial refund is determined as follows. Administrative fees and applicable deductions are applied:
|Withdrawal from a course on illness and compassionate grounds
||Refund will be decided on a case by case basis
|If a student holds a valid student visa at the time of enrolment with the School, but after commencing their course, their current visa expires, and a subsequent visa application is applied for and rejected
||Refund for any tuition fees paid will be calculated on a pro-rata basis
(calculated on a weekly basis as per the semester calendar) minus any
|Student transfers to a second course within SAS without completing the first course.
||The tuition fee paid for the current six-month period of the 1st course
will be credited on a pro-rata basis towards the tuition fee of the 2nd
course. All other tuition fees paid toward the 1st course will be credited in full towards the tuition fee of the 2nd course. If the credited amount is greater than the total cost of the second amount, the difference will be refunded within 28 days of commencement of the second course
If the School has paid an amount to a representative in relation to recruitment, the refund will be further reduced by that amount.
|If a student withdraws from the course on or after the course commencement date
||The student will not be eligible for a refund for the fees for that semester
|False or misleading information in application forms or during study
||Automatically disqualifies you from any refunds
|Student is terminated due to serious breach of the School rules or a breach of visa conditions including non-attendance or unsatisfactory progress
|Student defers enrolment and commencement date
||Tuition fees will be held by the School until course commencement date
|Student is seeking a refund for enrolment in the principle (main) course of study, as applied for on their current Student Visa
||No refund for any tuition fees paid for the first six (6) months of the
principle course. Any additional tuition fees, paid beyond the first six (6) months, that are deemed refundable, will be payable back to the student minus any applicable deductions
HOW TO CLAIM A REFUND
Provider Default – Where the refund is generated because of a School default, the School will initiate the refund process on the date of the decision and notify the student within 10 working days from the decision date. A refund letter with calculations showing fees to be refunded will be sent to the student. No administration fee is charged.
Student Refund Request – To claim any refund, you must complete a Refund Application Form and return together with your receipt of course fees and certified copies of any supporting documents (such as Visa rejection letter, etc.) to the School. The refund will be paid in Australian dollars and you will be provided with a letter explaining how the refund was calculated. It will be posted to your address in your home country within 14 days from the receipt of the Refund Application form.
Appeal and Refund Payment – In both situations, the student will have 10 working days to lodge an appeal if he/she is not satisfied with the School’s decision. The payment will be processed within 10 working days from the
end of the appeal period. The refund will be paid in Australian dollars to the person or bank account nominated in the Refund Application Form regardless who initially paid the tuition fee. For overseas refund payment, an international money transfer fee will be deducted from the refund amount. This will vary between banks but is approximately $25.
Change of address and contact details – During the period of your enrolment you are obliged to keep your contact details up to date. All students have to provide the School an email address and we communicate with you using that address. You must inform us of any change of address details, as soon as you change your accommodation arrangements. Failing to inform the School your correct address is a breach of your visa conditions.
Full time study hours – The courses are designed around a full-time study load of 28 hours structured training per week. Depending on the course, hours may vary such as 5 hours per week of self-directed learning. You must maintain consistent attendance which is monitored.
Course progress – You must pass 100% of your units and attend a minimum of 80% of class time. Failing to progress means breaching your student visa conditions.
Working hours – Full time students may seek paid work to a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight (2 weeks) during semester time. You are allowed un-limited work during term breaks or holidays. Working over 40 hours per
fortnight during semester is a serious breach of your student visa conditions. Please refer to https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/trav/stud/more/work-conditions-for-student-visa-holders for more information.
Information sharing – Information collected about you on this form and during your enrolment can be provided, in certain circumstances, to the Australian Governments (both Federal and State levels) and designated authorities and, if relevant, the Tuition Protection Scheme. In other instances information collected during your enrolment can be disclosed without your consent where authorised or required by law, this may include circumstance of any suspected breach by the student of a student visa condition.
Complaints and Appeals – You are entitled to access the Complaints and Appeals process should you be dissatisfied about the course or School decisions. This information is available in the Student Handbook and the
website. You should also be aware that this agreement, and the availability of complaints and appeals processes, does not remove the right of the student to take action under Australia’s consumer protection law.