You can pay your fees by credit card over the phone or with cash, cheque, credit card or EFTPOS at any Customer Service Centre. If paying through the post, send your payment (please do not send cash) to Private Bag 299 Somerton VIC 3062.
Help with paying your fees while you are studying at Kangan Institute
Kangan Institute offers eligible students the option of paying their course fees over time by setting up a payment plan.
Many people find the payment plan a great way to break the cost of their education up, making it more manageable over the length of the course. If you use a payment plan, you will need to pay a $250 deposit and can then spread the remaining tuition, student services, materials and consumables fees over time. You can opt to make either weekly or fortnightly instalment payments. There will be a 5.5% administration fee added to the payment plan amount.
How does a payment plan work?
When you’re enrolling, you’ll need to pay a $250 deposit which is deducted from the total cost of the course (tuition, student services, materials and consumables fees). The remainder of the fees can be paid on a payment plan with our partner Debitsuccess in either weekly or fortnightly instalments over the duration of the enrolment period. When you enrol, you will need to complete and sign an electronic form provided to you our Customer Service Officer to set up the plan and provide your bank or credit card details. A 5.5% administration fee will be applied to the payment plan amount.
We accept payments from savings, cheque and credit card accounts; however AMEX and Diners cards are not accepted. All payments must be completed two weeks prior to the end of the course.
When enrolling, you will need to provide your bank account or credit card details and sign an electronic form agreeing to the terms and conditions of Debitsuccess. If you are under 18 years of age you’ll need to have a parent/guardian with you at the time of enrolment to sign the electronic payment plan. The parent/guardian will need to fill and sign a guarantor form, which will be provided at the time of enrolment.
You need to have sufficient funds available in the nominated account to meet weekly or fortnightly payments. A $10 penalty fee will be charged by Debitsuccess if there are insufficient funds.
Termination of payment plan
You may terminate the payment plan at any time by paying the balance owing in full to Debitsuccess. If you think a payment is wrong contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1800 148 848.
Course results and certificates will not be available until the final payment has been made.
For more information about the Kangan Institute payment plan, please contact email@example.com or 9279 2494.
To access any of these services or to make an appointment, please call the Student Support Service on 13 TAFE (13 8233).
Fee concession/exemptions may be granted to students experiencing severe financial hardship. You should talk to the Student Welfare Officer or a Student Counsellor before enrolment. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Assistance can be provided to students to help with budgeting, money management, financial counselling and referrals to external agencies.
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The Student Welfare Officers are available across all campuses. To make an appointment call 13 TAFE (13 8233) or email email@example.com .
Kangan Institute offers a number of scholarships each year, which contribute towards course fees and materials fees across a range of study areas. You can find out more about scholarships and how to apply by clicking here.
Skills First Youth Access Initiative is to support young people on Youth Justice Orders or Child Protection Orders, or who have been on Youth Justice Orders or Child Protection Orders and are not more than 22 year of age, to participate in education and training. The Institute will provide a tuition fee exemption to eligible students when presented with a validly endorsed referral form from either the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Education, the Department of Justice and Regulation, or a referring agency. For more information click here.