Payment Options

The Hader Institute of Education offers a range of payment options to its learners.

Upfront payment

EFT (Bank Transfer)

Learners can pay for their courses in full via EFT. Deposits are also available to be paid and will be made by EFT.

Bank Details:

Hader Institute of Edu
BSB: 083-231
ACC: 75-865-5588

Credit Card Payment

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Study Now Pay Later

All courses at The Hader Institute of Education have interest free student loans available.

Our partners:

Humm

Humm is an Australian payment plan provider. Humm provides a buy-now, pay later flexible payment option to offer learners. Humm practices responsible lending performs identification and credit checks to ensure learners are in the best position financially to take on board a student loan.

No upfront costs with enrolment. As little as $67 per week! Interest free.

https://www.shophumm.com/au/

Zeefi

Study Now Pay Later is the flexible and affordable payment plan solution – taking the stress out of upfront course costs and high-interest fees. We understand that every student’s situation is unique and that you need a financing solution that is flexible.

At ZeeFi, we specialise in helping education providers offer tailored payment solutions so you can focus on studying first and paying later. Whether you’re looking to save money on student payment plans or reach that next career goal, we have the solutions for you so you can focus on investing in your future.

An Australian Credit Licence holder (ACL 498589) that complies with the ongoing requirements of ASIC, ZeeFi is trusted by educational institutions nationwide to provide financial support to their students. We take pride in delivering a safe and simple service.

No upfront costs with enrollment. As little as $50 per week! Interest free.

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If you're an existing online student requiring any support, you can also book a time here.

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