How much does a PhD program cost?

What is a PhD?

A PhD is a degree from a recognised degree or university that is awarded to students who have completed their Bachelor of Science degree, Master of Science or Doctorate.

The Doctorate in Psychology (DPh) is a qualification for a Doctorate degree.

The requirements for a DPh are that students have completed a Bachelor of Psychology degree, the equivalent of a Masters of Science (MSc), or equivalent in the relevant discipline.

The Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) is an equivalent qualification to a Bachelor in Social Work degree.

A DPh is not necessarily required to take a DBSW, as long as they meet the requirements.

What is the cost of a DPhil?

An undergraduate student who has completed their BSc, BSc.

Sc. or Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree is eligible to enrol in a DPH at an enrolment fee of $16,000 (€15,000) per year, with a further $6,000 cap to cover costs related to a post-doctoral appointment.

Students with more than five years of post-graduate study are eligible to take up to three full years of DPh.

However, students can only take up one year of DPhil, not two, and are not entitled to a second year of enrolment.

Students who take a second DPhil are subject to a $10,000 penalty.

The cost of attending a DSc degree depends on the institution.

The University of Western Australia (UWA) charges $14,800, while the University of New South Wales (UNSW) charges between $13,400 and $18,400.

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBAA) charges an annual enrolment cost of $27,800 for a PhD, but the cost is reduced to $18.50 per year by the amount of the maximum amount students can take up, up to a maximum of $70,000.

What if I want to enrol as a student?

Students can enrol as students for the duration of their BSk.

or BSc degree if they have completed two years of full-time study, or two years if they did not complete that time.

However students who complete their Bsk.

or BA can enrol only as a full- or part-time student.

What are the qualifications for a Ph.


A Ph.d is a Doctoral Degree that is an accredited degree in a field of study.

A Doctoral degree is a doctorate, diploma or professional qualification in a subject area or skill that is recognised as being of high quality by the Australian College of Doctoral Trainees (ACCT).

It can include either a Bachelor’s degree or an Associate’s degree.

It also includes other related qualifications that are not accredited.

A Bachelor of Pharmacy is a Bachelor degree in pharmacy.

A Master of Arts in Health Policy and Management is a Master of Medicine degree.

An Associate of Science in Health policy and management is a Associate of Arts degree.

Where can I apply for a BSc or a BPhD?

BSc (or BPh) programs are available to any undergraduate student with an eligible degree from any accredited university or College.

BSc students must have completed at least 12 months of full time study and three years of part- time study, as well as three years outside of study, and must have taken an approved BSc course or BPh course.

BPh degree students must complete at least six months of study outside of a BSk program and three months of part time study.

To be considered for a Bachelor, you must complete the following requirements: complete a Bachelor or higher degree or a master of arts degree (or both) at least four years prior to enrolment, in a Bachelor (or Master) degree, Bachelor or above, or Master or above.

complete a minimum of four years of study in a health or social welfare related field of discipline or training at the Bachelor level, Bachelor level or above; or complete a bachelor of science degree or more than three years in a related discipline.

A BPhd can only be awarded to a full time student who completed a bachelor’s or master of science.

Students can only enrol as BPhDs, not as students.

What do I need to do if I am unable to complete a full term of study?

BSk students can enrol in any degree program, but must have a bachelor degree from an accredited university, and have completed four years outside the academic year, as stipulated by the ACCT.

To complete a Bsk, a student must complete three full-year courses, plus a minimum three quarter-terms in a relevant health or community health-related discipline or health-care related training.

If a Bs or Bphd student is unable to continue in the programme and cannot complete the required six months, they can request an extended period of study as a Bsl.

The length of this extended period is determined by the degree program