Secondary Programs - Fees & Start Dates
Fees & Start Dates 2015

Year 11 & Year 12       $15,900 per year  

Intake Dates

 Melbourne  Sydney
Term 1: February 2nd  -  March 27th  
Term 2: April 13th  -  June 26th  
Term 3: July 13th  -  September 18th
Term 4: October 5th  -  November 27th
Term 1: January 27th  -  April 2nd  
Term 2: April 30th  -  June 26th  
Term 3: July 13th  -  September 18th  
Term 4: October 6th  -  December 4th
 

High School Preparation

Course Fees (per week)

$365 Melbourne / Sydney

Full Time (25 hours)

Intake Dates - Every Monday


Additional High School Preparation Fees

 1 to 10 weeks

 $100

 11 weeks or more

 $100 plus $10 per week with a maximum of $380 per enrolment

Re-enrolments beyond 40 weeks will be considered a new enrolment and incur a materials fee appropriate to length of new course

 

Ancillary Fees 2015

Service Fees

Enrolment Fee $250 - once only (international students)
Airport Transfer Service $150 (one way) - fee not applicable in Cairns
Homestay placement and support fee $250 - once only
Late Payment Fee
$110


Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)

 Per month
 $54.00
 Up to 3 months
 $161.00
 Up to 6 months
 $322.00
 Up to 9 months
 $458.00
 Up to 12 months
 $594.00
 Up to 24 months
 $1,198.00
 Up to 36 months
 $1,815.00

Homestay Accommodation (minimum one week)

Over 18s - Sydney & Melbourne

$285 (per week)

Under 18s - Sydney & Melbourne $305 (per week) 
Single nights
$50 (per night)
Carer Arrangement Fee $275 (once only)
Carer Provision $40 (per week)

For students on packaged courses with consecutive COEs the second and subsequent COEs will incur a $1,000 non-refundable deposit.

Students on a Student Visa MUST be enrolled in a full-time course.

All prices are quoted in Australian Dollars ($AUD) and are inclusive of GST where applicable. Course availability is subject to minimum numbers. Information correct at the time of printing. Holmes Institute reserves the right to change course structure, content or fee scales any time without notice. It is expected that there will be a 5% to 8% increase per year.

Secondary School Orientation
Orientation for students takes place at the beginning of each term. New students are given an overview of the school with information that is supported by the distribution of Student Information Booklets & Diaries. Course Overviews are discussed leading to subject choices and the allocation of timetables. Students are then introduced to both the teaching and administrative staff and then provided with a tour of the campus.