Domestic Fees


No Upfront Fees

Students do not need to pay any course fees upfront.
IBIBS secures all graduates a paid internship that will provide you with the work experience to excellerate your career in the investment banking sector.

IBIBS Course Fees:


of Units

Unit Price

Yearly Fees

Total Course Fees

Diploma of Commerce





Associate Degree of Finance





Bachelor of Investment Banking





Schedule of Tuition Fees

For further information on course fees and payment methods refer to IBIBS Student Course Prospectus.

Student Payment Obligations & Census Dates

What must I do before each subject census date?

Before each subject census date you will need to:

  • check that you wish to remain enrolled in your subject(s). If you do not withdraw from a subject before its census date you remain financially liable for that subject and cannot get a refund of any fees that have already been paid.
  • pay mandatory up-front student contribution amounts
  • pay any optional fee amounts you wish to pay
  • if you have enrolled in or transferred to a new course as an Australian fee paying student and are eligible and wish to defer your fees

If you have a subject with a census date that does not fall on a business day, you must finalise details for that subject by the last working day before the census date.

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What is a Student Contribution Amount? Not Applicable.

IBIBS is a private higher education institution and does not have any Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP). IBIBS does not require you to pay towards the cost of your course tuition fees, this is known as a student contribution amount.

Commonwealth Supported Place are places that are only available at public (Government) universities. As IBIBS is a private higher education institute no Commonwealth Supported Place are available.

For further information regarding student contributions, please refer to the Study Assist website.

Census Dates

What is a census date?

Every subject offered at IBIBS has its own census date.  The census date is the last day you can withdraw from a subject without being financially liable (i.e. you are eligible for a refund of tuition fees paid.

Many subjects have a 'standard' census date. These are:

    Semester 1:  11 April 2016

    Semester 2:  22 August 2016

When are my fees due?

Your full 2016 Statement of Liability shall be available via [email protected] from 1 February 2016 to help you manage your fees and payments.

IBIBS Payment Options

Direct payments to IBIBS by full-Fee paying students have the following payment instalment options:

Standard Instalment:

One payment made after first week of  study period for the entire cost in that study period.

Standard Instalment Payment: (One payment for the study period)

Semester 1 – Monday 11 April 2016

Semester 2 – Monday 22 August 2016

Dual Instalment:

The subject cost for a study period is divided into 2 equal instalments with separate due dates.

(2 payments for the study period):

Semester 1 - Monday 11 April 2016 - 1st Instalment Due Date

Semester 1 - Friday 13 May 2016 – 2nd Instalment Due Date

Semester 2 - Monday 22 August 2016 - 1st Instalment Due Date

Semester 2 - Wednesday 31 August 2016 – 2nd Instalment Due Date

You will be able to select your instalment option when you first enrol. Unless you select an instalment option your tuition fees will be charged as a standard instalment (one payment for the study period in full). This is the default option.

If you wish to change your current instalment option please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  from your IBIBS email account or complete and return the instalment form below.

Only in special circumstances will you be able to change your instalment option during the year.

Your instalment option will remain on your course for the duration of your enrolment. If you change courses you will need to select a payment option for your new course when you enrol.

Fees Due Dates

The due dates for standard and dual instalment payments are published above.

Your due date(s) may vary dependent upon the study period in which your subjects fall and the instalment payment option you have chosen.

Fee payments may be paid by cheque, money order, cash, credit card or electronic transfers. Students who elect to pay fees directly to the IBIBS must make all required payments in full by the due dates. Individual payment plans will not be entered into.

If tuition fees are not paid by the specified dates, IBIBS reserves the right to withdraw the offer. If fees remain unpaid after one week past the due date, enrolment will be automatically cancelled. Cancellation means that a student’s enrolment will lapse and they will not be able to continue in the course. If enrolment has been cancelled for non-payment of fees and a student wishes to be reinstated in their course, they are required to apply for re-enrolment to the Registrar.




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