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"Proscribed Fees"

All fees charged to domestic students, other than student contribution amounts (for Commonwealth supported students), and tuition fees (for non-supported students), are proscribed under the Act (HESA 2003), with a number of specified exceptions. The only other fees that the University may charge enrolled domestic students are fees that are incidental to studies undertaken as part of the program that are payable in respect of:
the provision of student services
residential accommodation
food, transport and accommodation for field trips, which the student can purchase from alternative providers
special admissions test (for judging suitability of a person seeking admission into a specialist course
non-award courses, or audit-only attendance at courses
non-essential goods or services
alternative forms of access to essential goods and services that are provided in other forms free of charge
items that become the property of the student, that are not consumed during the course of study, and that may be purchased from alternative providers; and
fines or penalties, such as overdue debts or library fees (provided the fees are imposed primarily as a disincentive, and are not levied to raise revenue or cover administrative costs)

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