We want to pay you for the work you do for us. In order to avoid delays in processing agent commission payments, we ask that you:
- Email us all invoices or other finance related correspondence
- Our International Finance team verifies the Agent Commission Invoices, before they are paid. All invoices have 30 day payment terms. Providing we have confirmation the student was enrolled on the census date of the relevant Study Period, the University will make payment within 30 days of census date or within 30 days of receiving the invoice, whichever is the later.
- All invoices must be clearly laid out and contain the following information:
- The date of the invoice and an invoice reference number
- Each recruited Student’s family name, given name/s and date of birth
- Each recruited Student’s submission number, as provided by the University on the CoE
- The name of the Program(s) enrolled in by the recruited Student and the annual Fee for that Program (36 units for full year Programs or pro rata for single semester Programs)
- The total amount of Commission due (in AUD$)
- The rate of Commission claimed (%)
- The preferred means of payment (for example, cheque, Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
- If the invoice is a tax invoice, it must contain the words 'tax invoice' the ABN of the Agent or equivalent and show the amount of GST payable (where applicable) as a separate amount
- All invoices for Commission for those Students who were enrolled at the University on Census Date in the first half of the calendar year must be remitted to the University by 30 September of that given calendar year. Similarly all invoices for Commission for those Students who were enrolled at the University on Census Date in the second half of the calendar year must be remitted to the University by 31 December of that given calendar year
- Each invoice should include only one student, so that if changes are required, we do not delay payment to you for the other students. The International Finance team has an invoice template available which we are happy to share with you. If you are interested, please email us for a copy.
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