This depends whether a student is enrolled in multiple courses of study at the same time with the same provider or with different providers.
A student can only be charged a service and amenities fee by a provider to the applicable annual maximum amount. If a student is enrolled in more than one course of study at the same time with the same provider, they can only be charged up to the maximum amount.
However, if a student is enrolled in more than one course of study with more than one provider in the same calendar year, they may be charged a student and amenities fee by each provider. This means each provider may charge the student a fee and the student can be charged up to the maximum amount by each provider with which they are enrolled. The student can also defer some or all of the fees charged by each provider through a SA-HELP loan. The student would need to complete a SA-HELP CAF with each provider.
An eligible student can access a SA-HELP loan for as many fees as the student incurs. Similarly, there is no limit to the number of SA-HELP loans for eligible students.
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