Cost of Study
The cost of study for the ADPP is for each equivalent 8-point subject. Rates and income thresholds quoted are as at 2018/2019 and are subject to annual review.
Do you know you can defer your fees?
FEE‑HELP is a loan scheme that assists eligible fee-paying students pay all or part of their tuition fees. It cannot be used for additional study costs such as accommodation or text books. If you elect to defer your fees this will be carried over to the end of the ADPP course structure being session 5.
For further information, please refer to Study Assist for information.
Do you know you that you may be able to claim a tax refund for self-education expenses whilst studying session 3, 4 and 5 of the ADPP?
Self-education expenses are deductible when the course you undertake leads to a formal qualification and meets certain conditions.
Follow the links below for more information about:
Is there a loan fee?
Yes, there is a loan fee for the ADPP if you choose to defer. If you prefer to pay upfront that option is available.
What are the Fees?
Tuition Fees 2019
|Undergraduate On Campus Students||Subject Point Value||Deferred (includes 25% C'wlth loan fee)||Upfront|
|Undergraduate Online Students||Subject Point Value||Deferred (includes 25% C'wlth loan fee)||Upfront|
|Undergraduate Year 2 Online Students||Subject Point Value||Deferred (includes 25% C'wlth loan fee)||Upfront|
Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF)
In 2018, the SSAF is $37 per 8 point subject, with a maximum annual fee amount capped at $296 per student. Fees are indexed and may increase each calendar year.
Visit the SSAF information page for more information.
Am I able to obtain sources of income while studying the ADPP?
- Study Allowances
Full-time students may be entitled to receive Youth Allowance (for those under the age of 25), AUSTUDY (for those 25 years or older), or ABSTUDY for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students. These payments are subject to income and assets tests. If you are dependent on your parents, a parental means test will apply for the Youth Allowance. Application forms and guidelines are available from your local Centrelink office or call 131 021. Visit the Centrelink web site.
Scholarships are awarded to approximately 60% of the full-time Session 1 students. Refer to the scholarships page for more information.
- Accommodation and Meal Allowance
A $100 a week Accommodation and Meal Allowance is provided to everyone who studies the ADPP full-time on campus to help with their living expenses. This allowance is to cover the costs of your accommodation onsite or alternatively if you choose to elect to live off campus the $100 per week can be nominated to go direct to your bank account.
What should I expect in terms of other expenses while studying the ADPP?
You must be able to meet these costs yourself, as financial assistance is not normally available for these expenses
When calculating your expenses, include the following items that are commonly overlooked:
- Study related expenses:
(excluding textbooks, mentioned above) photocopying, printing material from computer labs, internet charges, stationery, etc. Allow about $10 per fortnight.
- Laptop / tablet: study materials are provided online, so you will need a laptop or tablet. Refer to FAQs on this website for more information.
- Travel costs
Do you run a car? In addition to petrol, don't forget registration, insurance and repairs. Will you travel between your home and the College on weekends? How much will this cost in petrol and/or fares?
- Maintaining your normal place of residence and family costs
While you are staying at the Academy (if applicable) your normal residence expenses must be considered, e.g. mortgage or rent, bills, rates, etc.
- Health insurance
A significant part of your studies will be spent achieving the required fitness level for entry into the NSW Police Force. It is recommended that all students obtain ambulance cover in the event you are injured significantly enough to require an ambulance or you are injured outside health services business hours and require medical assistance.
the cost of participating in organised sports, occasional movies, nights out, entertainment, etc.
- Other personal items
haircuts, hygiene products, clothing, phone calls, etc.
Before accepting an offer, you should give careful consideration to your financial situation. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are in a position to complete your ADPP studies.
If you undertake the course without adequate financial support, you may need to withdraw at a later date. In such a case, you would be responsible for any costs incurred during your incomplete period of study. In order to determine your financial capacity to undertake the ADPP, please use the information provided about Income and Expenses to help you budget.Back to Top