Commonwealth supported courses, which attract a student contribution fee, previously known as HECS. The student contribution is variable, depending on subjects chosen; see individual courses as well as the tables on the Study Costs page.
(previously known as a “HECS place”). The Australian government provides each Higher Education Provider (HEP) with a specified number of Commonwealth supported places. For each of these places, the Australian government provides the HEP with a financial contribution towards the costs of study. Each student holding a Commonwealth supported place must then pay the remainder of their study costs via their Student Contribution.
a higher education place for which the Commonwealth makes a contribution towards the cost of your education. See: What is a Commonwealth supported place
A higher education place for which the Commonwealth makes a contribution towards the cost of the student's education - students pay a 'student contribution charge' (previously known as HECS charge).
(CSP): a higher education place for which the federal government (the Commonwealth of Australia) makes a contribution towards the cost of a student's education under the 'Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS)'.
A higher education place for which the Commonwealth makes a financial contribution through the Commonwealth Grant Scheme (CGS). It is one of the ways in which the Government contributes to the cost of students' education. Research Training Scheme places are not classified as Commonwealth supported places.