Australian citizens, humanitarian visa holders, and some New Zealand citizens can defer fees for single subjects to FEE-HELP under enabling studies. Students who do not meet entry requirements for learning areas and need to undertake single subjects to meet entry requirements for the Master of Teaching (Secondary) and Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship are eligible for enabling studies.
To be eligible for enabling studies, apply for single subject study in assessed mode and clearly indicate in your application that you're applying for an enabling offer (in the section 'Purpose for Study').
The following table illustrates the differences between standard Community Access Program (CAP) and enabling study.
Community Access Program (CAP)
Australian citizens, humanitarian visa holders, and some New Zealand citizens
Assessed or non-assessed
Payment of tuition fee
Eligible for FEE-HELP
Must be paid up-front
Tuition fee discounts (for University of Melbourne staff and their immediate families or for University of Melbourne alumni)
Eligible for credit?
Not eligible (except in some instances for students who gained entry via the non-school leaver entry pathway)
Eligible in some instances. Please refer to Gaining credit for single subject study/CAP
To find out more about fees see Single subjects – fees and payments study.
You can also visit our Master of Teaching (Secondary) course page to find out more and apply.