Fees at Toi Ohomai
** Some Course Details May Change **
As part of our move into Te Pūkenga we’re excited to be part of a large-scale review of courses. This is ongoing, and means that some course details including fees, and entry requirements may change. In the meantime please go ahead and apply as normal and we are always available to answer any questions you might have.
You'll find your fees on the individual course pages. They’re an indication only so they may not be exact, and they're subject to change.
Your final fee may vary if:
- you have a choice of topics/papers to study
- the qualification excludes gst
- there are extra course materials to purchase
- student levies apply
We'll let you know if any of these apply to you.
Student Support Levy
The 2023 Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga student levy has been set at:
• $328 for ākonga studying at Mokoia and Poike/Windermere campuses
• Discounted levy fees of $231 for ākonga at our regional campuses
• $164 for ākonga studying via distance learning
Improvements are made as a result of ākonga feedback (student voice, student surveys, and face-to-face) and through feedback provided through your elected student representatives. Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga levy charges have only increased once in the last three years, and for 2023 remain at the lower end of levy charges across the ITP sector.
For more information on the levy read our Student Support Levy Frequently Asked Questions (pdf, 49kb)
2024 Student Support Levy
• $337 for ākonga studying at Mokoia and Poike/Windermere campuses
• Discounted levy fees of $237 for ākonga at our regional campuses
• $168 for ākonga studying via distance learning
International fees apply if you are a New Zealand resident or New Zealand permanent resident studying outside of New Zealand.
If you’re studying part-time you’ll pay fees proportional to the topics/papers selected for that year of study.
If you meet the eligibility criteria there are several ways to take advantage of free study at Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga. Find out more in our frequently asked questions about free fees.
When to Pay Your Fees
You should pay your fees before your course begins.
If any agreed arrangements for fees payment have not started within two weeks of the start date of your course a formal debt collection process will be initiated.
How to Pay your Fees
Payments can be made in person at the cashier’s office at the Mokoia Campus in Rotorua and the Windermere Campus in Tauranga, and at any regional campus reception. You can pay by cash, EFTPOS, credit card, or cheque.
Withdrawals and Transfers
- Domestic Student Withdrawals and Transfer Fees Schedule (pdf, 145kb)
- Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga Enrolment Fee Refund Policy (pdf, 63kb)
You can find all Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga policies and regulations on our Regulations page.
Official Document Fees
Fees for academic transcripts, official parchments, assessment of prior learning, and student ID cards are shown below.
You'll find forms to order replacement parchments (certificates) and academic transcripts on our Graduation page
- Other Toi Ohomai | Te Pūkenga Fees (pdf 77kb)
Fees Payment Form
Use this form to notify us of your credit card details or find out how to pay via cheque/internet banking
- Fees Payment Form (pdf 496kb)
Information to Help you with your Finances
We’ve put together some helpful information for you on things like how to apply for StudyLink loans and allowances, and scholarships.
Visit the Help with Fees and Finance section.