Tuition Fees 2016



(Autopay Only)

(excluding January & December)

RECEPTION $90,200*

(x 10 monthly payments)



(x 10 monthly payments) 



(x 10 monthly payments)



(x 10 monthly payments)



(x10 monthly payments)

*Tuition fees include all text books, work books, local excursions, special art materials, literary magazines and a Yearbook. The fees stated above are subject to Education Bureau approval.

  • Tuition fees are based on a per annum charge and, unless other arrangements have been made, the preferred means of payment is by ten equal monthly payments via Autopay (February to November inclusive). Please complete an Autopay form available from the Admissions Office and return it six weeks before commencement. (It will usually take six weeks to set up). No receipts will be issued for Autopay payments.
  • A 10% discount will be applied to the third and subsequent child/ren in a family enrolled at AISHK. (The discount will be applied to the youngest child/ren in the family).
  • No reduction in tuition fees will be made for any absences.
  • If fee payments are overdue, a student may be excluded from school. Once excluded, students will not be re-admitted until all arrears are cleared.

Capital Levy

The payment of the Capital Levy is mandatory if a debenture is not held for the student. The levy amount is reviewed each year and in 2016 will be HK$18,400 per student per annum. The capital levy is payable annually.

Cheques should be made payable to “Australian International School Foundation Limited”.  Payment may be made by cash, HKD cheque, direct deposit or internet/telegraphic transfer to the school’s bank account. Credit card payments are not available.

Bank account details are:

Account Name: 

Australian International School Foundation Limited

(NB: If paying by telegraphic/internet transfer to our bank account please make sure that our bank account will be credited with the full fee including Hong Kong bank charges, usually HK$230. Please provide a faxed or scanned copy of the bank deposit confirmation once you have made the payment.)

Account Number:


Bank Name: 

The Bank of East Asia Limited

Bank Address:

10 Des Voeux Road, Central, Hong Kong

Swift Code: 



Reservation Deposit

A reservation deposit of HK$10,000 is required at the time of acceptance of an enrolment. This deposit is credited to the annual tuition fee when the student commences at the school. Where a debenture is available for a new enrolment the lodgment of a debenture or the payment of the capital levy will be additional to the requirement to pay the reservation fee.  Enrolment becomes final only after the school has received the reservation deposit and the debenture/capital levy payment.

Reservation deposits for new students are only refunded if the school receives written notification (email or fax is acceptable) of a student’s cancellation, or change of requested start date, within 7 days after the payment is received. This deadline is strictly adhered to.

Withdrawal of Students

To withdraw a student, notice in writing must be addressed to the Head of School and submitted to the Admissions Office not less than one full term, or three months, before the student leaves. For students who will not return to school after the Christmas holidays, official notice has to be given not later than the last day of Term 3. The Australian International School Foundation Limited will charge school fees if the above period of notice is not adhered to, counting from the day of receipt of the official written notice of withdrawal. The fee penalty will be based on one term’s fees.  Where a student withdraws during a school year the full year’s capital levy will be payable.

In the case of outstanding school fees and other unpaid invoices, the school reserves the right to withhold the school report of the student(s) concerned. Depreciating debentures are held for a minimum of six months before they can be redeemed. If the student withdraws from the school within the first six months, the debenture may not be redeemed until six months from the date of withdrawal.