If you are a registered Vocational Education and Training (VET) provider offering diploma or higher level courses, you can apply to offer VET Student Loans.

How it works

The VET Student Loans program helps students with paying their tuition fees for diploma and above level courses. The Australian Government pays the Student Loan to the training provider directly on the student's behalf. If the loan doesn't cover the full amount of the course fee, the student pays the gap amount.

Only VET Student Loans approved course providers can offer VET STudent Loan approved courses to eligible students and receive loan funding.

Students eligible for subsidised training through WorkReady may also be eligible to receive a VET Student Loan at the same time.

For more information about the VET Student Loans program and how you can apply to become a VET Student Loans provider, visit VET Student Loans.

VET Student Loan complaints

The VET Student Loans Ombudsman handles student complaints regarding VET Student Loans and VET FEE HELP. The Ombudsman can also investigate complaints from approved providers of VET FEE-HELP or VET Student Loans about Commonwealth agencies. For further information, visit Commonwealth Ombudsman or call 1300 362 072.

 

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