Fee details for courses in Bible Theology & Ministry, Education, Counselling, Chaplaincy & Spiritual Care can be found here.
PLUNGE fees incorporate tuition and other expenses. Full details can be found here.
Please note that the tuition fees listed for Faculty of Theology units taken for credit towards an Award of the Australian College of Theology (ACT) are subsidised by Morling College. Morling College is an affiliated college of the Australian College of Theology (ACT). Tutition fees are set by the ACT on an annual basis. More information about tuition fees is available here on the ACT website.
At Morling we understand that the cost of education includes more than tuition fees. Your costs may also include rent, meals and the expenses of living whilst you learn. We believe your time at Morling is best used to prepare for your future instead of managing a complex set of financial requirements.
Students attending Morling have a number of finance options available to make the costs manageable and the process easy.
Government assistance is available in the form of FEE-HELP and Centrelink depending on your situation and course of study. In special cases, Morling offers payment options to students who are unable to pay tuition upfront.
Click here for more information on the alternatives available to you.
Full-time domestic students at Morling may qualify for Youth Allowance, Austudy, or Abstudy student payments offered through Centrelink.
Centrelink funding is presently available for Morling’s awards in Counselling and Australian College of Theology awards, including undergraduate diplomas and advanced diplomas, undergraduate degrees, graduate certificates, graduate diplomas, the Master of Divinity, the Master of Arts (Theology) and the Master of Arts (Ministry). This includes the combined undergraduate diplomas, combined undergraduate advanced diplomas, and combined undergraduate degree.
Morling’s Master of Teaching is currently pending approval for Centrelink student payments.
Internal and Audit studies at Morling do not qualify for Centrelink funding. And payments are not available to International Students.
Prospective students are encouraged to review their options and eligibility by visiting the Centrelink website for more information.
FULL-TIME STUDENT DISCOUNT
Students with a minimum enrolment of 16 credit points per semester are eligible for a discount of 5% on their tuition fees. Where students vary an enrolment to less than 16 credit points per semester before the Census Date the discount will no longer apply to remaining units.
The spouse of a full-time student who is enrolled in a minimum of 16 credit points per semester is eligible for a 5% discount on units taken for credit towards an award and internal units, and a 25% discount on audit units.
CAMPUS COMMUNITY INCENTIVE
Students who enrol to study (any number of units) on campus will be given a $100 credit on their Morling Card which can be used for meals or copying or printing on campus. This is available each semester for continuing students enrolled by the enrolment due date, and new students who have also been accepted and enrolled by this date.
FULL-TIME MINISTRY DISCOUNT
Part-time students who work in a church or ministry affiliated with the Baptist Churches of NSW & ACT are eligible for a discount of 5% on their tuition fees. Students who wish to claim this discount should provide a letter of confirmation from their employer with their first enrolment.
Discounts do not apply to Study Tour units. Only one discount category can apply per person. Unfortunately we are not able to offer any discounts on tuition fees for International Students.
Morling offers a variety of scholarships. For more information on these scholarships, visit the Scholarships page on the website.SCHOLARSHIPS