Fees and Payment Options

Endeavour College of Natural Health offers a range of flexible and affordable payment options, allowing you to invest in your education and future career in natural medicine.

Fees and payment options

Endeavour offers a range of flexible and affordable payment options.

FEE-HELP

Australian citizens, some New Zealand citizens and holders of permanent Humanitarian Visas are eligible for FEE-HELP.

A certified copy (eg. Viewed & signed by a Justice of the Peace or similar) of ONE of the following documents to confirm Citizenship MUST be provided, prior to enrolment, when applying for FEE-HELP:

  • Birth Certificate (full or extract)
  • Passport
  • Citizenship Certificate
  • Movements Record (NZ Citizens only)
  • Visa

You will be able to apply for FEE-HELP through your Student Portal once you have finalised your enrolment by completing your e-caf (online FEE-HELP application form). This must be completed prior to your start date.

For detailed information regarding FEE-HELP and eligibility, please visit the Australian Government's StudyAssist website.

Existing exemption for FEE-HELP loan fees and VSL loan fees will be extended until 30 June 2021. Click here for more information.

Self-funding

You may prefer to self-fund your study and will be invoiced at the commencement of your first teaching period and required to pay for your subjects prior to your census date. Payment can be made via your student portal. Please refer to the Fees policy for more information.

Study loans

Endeavour College has partnered with Study Loans to provide finance for students seeking assistance in paying for their vocational education.

Use Study Loan's handy Loan Calculator to see what your repayments might look like.

*Additional fees may apply if paying via a payment plan or utilising 3rd party loan options. Please note that Study Loans are only available for Vocational education courses delivered by Endeavour.

Commonwealth Supported Places

A Commonwealth supported place (CSP) is a place at a university or higher education provider where the government pays part of your fees. This part is a subsidy, not a loan, and you don't have to pay it back.

This subsidy does not cover the entire cost of your study. Students must pay the rest, called the 'student contribution amount' (see the 2020 Tuition Fee Schedule – Undergraduate Certificates for more details). You must pay this amount by the census date for the subject or you may be eligible for Fee-Help (see above).

Being eligible for a CSP does not mean that you will be offered a CSP as each course has its own entry requirements and the College only has limited places to offer as CSP.

To be eligible for a CSP, you must be one of the following:

  • an Australian citizen, who will live and study in Australia for some of the course; or
  • a New Zealand citizen, who will live and study in Australia for the whole course; or
  • a permanent visa holder, who will live and study in Australia for the whole course.

If you would like to apply for a CSP, make sure you indicate this on your application form.

2020 fee schedule

2021 fee schedule

The fee schedules for 2021 are now all conveniently located in one document.