Deciding which school is right for your child is an important decision, and our admissions staff are available to support you on your journey.
Fees and charges for 2021 and Semester 1, 2022 are detailed below along with discount opportunities to assist families.
The following one-off fees are payable during the application and enrolment process for all new students.
|Application Fee* |
Fee waived for children and grandchildren of Old Wesley Collegians.
Payable to confirm enrolment.
|Tuition Contribution Fee*|
Payable to ensure position is reserved at nominated year level, deducted from first account after student has commenced in Prep level or above.
*Enrolment fees are non-refundable, not transferable and cannot be deferred to a future year level.
Annual fees for domestic students comprise of:
- Tuition fees
- Infrastructure levy
- Consolidated charge: covers extras such as some excursions, library resources, some textbooks and some stationery
- Families who are Temporary Residents incur an international levy of $4,500. This levy is applied per family and not per student.
Download the PDF below for full details of fees and charges, including information regarding instalments, billing dates and methods of payment.
2021 and Semester 1, 2022 Tuition Fees - Prep to Year 12
The tuition fees listed below apply to all campuses.
|Prep to Year 3||$23,110|
|Years 10 – 12||$34,610|
Year 9 Clunes Program
The total cost for the eight-week Year 9 Clunes program is $4,800.
This cost is in addition to the Tuition Fee and Consolidated Charge, and is billed prior to the student attending Clunes.
Year 10 Yiramalay Induction Program
The total cost for the optional three-week Year 10 Yiramalay Induction Program is $2,600 (excluding airfares which will be charged at cost).
This cost is in addition to the Tuition Fee and Consolidated Charge, and is billed prior to the student attending Yiramalay.
2021 and Semester 1, 2022 Tuition Fees - Early Childhood Learning Centres (ECLC)
Wesley College has Early Childhood Learning Centres (ECLC) at all three campuses. Students at the Elsternwick and Glen Waverley campuses may attend ECLC part-time. The Tuition Fee and the Consolidated Charge is billed on a pro-rata basis for part-time students.
|Age level||Days per week|| Tuition Fee: |
| Tuition Fee: |
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|3 and 4 year-old||5||$20,440||$22,760||$22,760||$770|
*Set days of Thursday and Friday
**Set days of Monday to Wednesday
***Set days of Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
LEARNING IN RESIDENCE (BOARDING)
Learning in Residence is offered at the Glen Waverley Campus only.
|Year level||Annual fee for weekly boarding (Mon - Fri)||Annual fee for full boarding (Mon - Sun)|
|Years 9 – 12||$22,200||$27,000|
At Wesley, coeducation is central to our vision for learning, as is our commitment to keeping children in one family together.
A family discount applies to the Tuition Fee only; where three or more children are at Wesley College, a discount of 20% is applied for the third child and 50% for the fourth and any subsequent children.
A 10% discount for a second child is also available when a third child has commenced at Wesley and enrolments are concurrent.
Early payment discount
A discount of 2.5% is available if the total Annual Fees are paid in advance e.g. 2022 Annual Fees are paid in full by 31 October 2021.
This discount applies to the Tuition Fee and Consolidated Charge only.
Methods of payment
The College accepts the payment of fees and charges by:
- Credit card - MasterCard and Visa (surcharge fees apply)
- Charge card - American Express (surcharge fees apply)
- BPAY (surcharge fees apply for credit cards)
- Direct Credit Transfer
- Payment Plan/Funding Options (where applicable)
Financial management options
Financial management strategies can assist families to plan for the future cost of independent school education.
We strongly recommend families seek independent financial advice before entering into a funding arrangement with a third party provider.
Student Accident Insurance
Wesley College prides itself on the provision of a safe learning environment for all students.
Even in the safest environment, accidents and injuries can still occur. The College Council, recognising there may be costs associated with student injuries, has purchased a Group Student Accident Policy, which is provided free to all families.
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