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Study now. Pay later. FEE-HELP now available

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FEE-HELP is now available for HETI’s postgraduate courses in Applied Mental Health Studies and Psychiatric Medicine providing even greater access to Mental Health postgraduate education.

The introduction of FEE-HELP provides even greater access to HETI’s contemporary Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Masters level mental health courses designed to advance the capabilities of professionals and graduates from nursing, allied health, medical and other disciplines.

FEE-HELP is an Australian Government loan scheme that assists eligible fee paying students to pay all or part of their tuition fees.

Rhonda Loftus, Executive Director Mental Health at HETI said “removing the financial barrier of paying up-front fees benefits students enrolling in our courses, as it enables them to study now, and focus on their capability development and pathway to becoming a leading practitioner in mental health.”

“At HETI, we make a difference in mental health and our students’ learning experiences are enriched by collaborating with a diverse range of mental health practitioners and through our recovery oriented, contemporary, evidence-based curriculum,” said Rhonda.
HETI Higher Education’s courses are flexible in delivery, with our Applied Mental Health Studies courses offered 100% online while our Psychiatric Medicine courses are offered face-to-face, online or through web participation.

Learn more on FEE-HELP eligibility and mental health higher education courses offered through HETI.

HETI is newly registered as a FEE-HELP provider, with complete confirmation of this status expected in August 2018 (this follows the completion of disallowance period that is part of the registration period).