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Applicable short courses

  1. These terms and conditions apply to domestic students applying to study the following short courses at Top Education Group Limited trading as the Australian National Institute of Management and Commerce (IMC) pursuant to the “Full Funded Short Courses Promotion”, including:

    1. Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics;

    2. Graduate Certificate in Financial technology management;

    3. Graduate Certificate in Business;

    4. Graduate Certificate in Digital Financial Technologies; and

    5. Graduate Certificate in Accounting.

  2. Upon completion of one of the above courses, students will be awarded with a Graduate Certificate.

  3. To qualify for this promotion, you must enrol for either full-time or part-time in Term 3, 2021 or Term 1, 2022. The offer is not available for units of study undertaken after Term 1, 2022.

  4. This promotion does not apply to any other courses at IMC and there are limited spots available.

Enrolment and intake information

  1. This promotion is available for students who apply to enrol at IMC pursuant to the “Full Funded and Partial Funded Short Courses Promotion” on or before the relevant cut off dates for each intake. The cut-off date is 19 November 2021 for the Term 3 2021 intake and 8 April 2022 for the Term 1 2022 intake.

  2. Applications received after the cut-off date will not be eligible for this promotion and will have to consider further enrolment opportunities at IMC which are not guaranteed or warranted and subject to further application processes. 

Domestic students

  1. This promotion is available for domestic students who apply to enrol at IMC pursuant to the “Full Funded and Partial Funded Short Courses Promotion”. You are a domestic student if you are:

    1. an Australian citizen (including dual citizens); or

    2. a New Zealand citizen (including dual citizens); or

    3. an Australian permanent resident; or

    4. a holder of an Australian permanent humanitarian visa.

  2. This promotion is not available for international students.

Fees payable as Commonwealth supported position for 2021 only

  1. Students who successfully enrol at TOP with a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP) will received a fully subsidised position for units of study undertaken on a full-time basis commencing in the year 2021 only. Students who are in a CSP will not be required to pay any tuition fees in the year 2021 subject to these terms and conditions.

  2. This means if you are a recipient of a CSP, the Commonwealth Government contributes towards the cost of your education, thereby subsidising your tuition cost in the year 2021.

  3. You will not be required to pay any subsidised amount or student contribution amount as these costs will be covered by IMC. That is, IMC will not seek any monetary amount from you for your study and will also waive any enrolment and non-tuition fee payable at the commencement of your course subject to these terms and conditions (particularly noting the clause below regarding failed units).  

  4. You may be subject to pay non-tuition fees for your course including in relation to costs such as having to re-sit an exam, student card replacement, testamur replacement, library fees, and other purchase of books. This will be subject to full terms and conditions as set out in IMC’s letter of offer.

  5. There is no guarantee that students will be Commonwealth supported for units of study undertaken in the year 2022 or beyond and IMC makes no assurance, guarantee or warranty that this will occur.

  6. In fact, if you are required to undertake any units of study commencing in the year 2022, then you will be subject to IMC’s full fee-paying rates (details of which are available at www.imc.edu.au) unless you apply for a partially subsidised Non-Commonwealth Supported Position for 2022.

Partial subsidised position as Non-Commonwealth Supported Position (Non-CSP) for 2021 and 2022

  1. Students who successfully enrol at TOP who do not have a Commonwealth Supported Place (Non-CSP) will receive a subsidised position for units of study undertaken on a full-time basis commencing in Term 1 2022, or on a part-time basis commencing in Term 3 2021 or Term 1 2022. Students will receive a ninety (90) percent discount on the full tuition fees for the short courses and will only be required to pay tuition fees in the amount of ten (10) percent subject to these terms and conditions. The discount is not applicable for any units undertaken after Term 1 2022.

  2. This means if you have a Non-CSP, the Commonwealth Government will not contribute towards the cost of your education and you will be required to pay the tuition fees in the amount of ten (10) percent.

  3. IMC will not seek any monetary amount from you for your tuition fees other than ten (10) percent and will also waive any enrolment and non-tuition fee payable at the commencement of your course subject to these terms and conditions (particularly noting the clause below regarding failed units).

  4. However you may be subject to pay for non-tuition fees. Non-tuition fees include fees such as enrolment fees and in relation to costs such as having to re-sit an exam, student card replacement, testamur replacement, library fees, and other purchase of books. This will be subject to full terms and conditions as set out in IMC’s letter of offer.

  5. A student may be eligible for commonwealth support in the form of FEE-HELP for a non-CSP however, this will be subject to the student’s individual circumstances and is not guaranteed or warranted. A student should make his or her own enquiries of their own individual circumstances. 

Failing a unit of study

  1. If a student has received a fail grade for a unit and is required to repeat any units outside of the promotional period (Term 3, 2021 – Term 1, 2022), they will be required to pay the standard pricing of $2,125 per unit for Graduate Certificates.

  2. A student may be eligible for commonwealth support in the form of FEE-HELP for any repeated units however, this will be subject to the student’s individual circumstances and is not guaranteed or warranted. A student should make his or her own enquiries of their own individual circumstances.

  3. The student will be treated in line with regular policies procedures in respect of a failed unit. Those policies and procedures are available at www.imc.edu.au/about-us/policy-register.

Campus location

  1. This promotion is available for courses undertaken at IMC’s Sydney campus only.

  2. This promotion is not available at any other IMC campus including Hobart or otherwise.

Granting of credits to further study

  1. Upon completion of one of the courses above, IMC will award each student with a Graduate Certificate and subject to the requirements of the Higher Education Standards Framework (Threshold Standards) 2021 (Cth), is committed to granting credit for units of study undertaken as part of the courses if those units may also contribute to a different higher education award that a student enrols in subsequent to completing the short course.

  2. As at the time of publishing these terms and conditions, it can be noted that upon completion of the short courses, students will be able to articulate into a number of courses including as follows:Short_Course_Articulation_Summary-01

  3. There may be a number of promotions and reduced pricing available for students who articulate into one of the courses set out above. Further information will be available upon request.

  4. Further information in relation to granting of credits is available and will be subject to IMC’s RPL Policy.

Entry requirements and refund and cancellation policy

  1. For admission and entry requirements, together with any refund and cancellation enquiries, please see the link here which contains a full set of IMC’s policies: https://www.imc.edu.au/about-us/policy-register.

Other notes

  1. All prices are in Australian dollars.

  2. This promotion is not to be combined with any other promotion or scholarship of IMC (including COVID-19 Relief Offer, Friends Referral or any other offer, promotion or scholarship).

  3. The phrase ‘Careers after COVID support’ as used in promotional material refers to partially subsidised non-Commonwealth supported places only.

  4. Students will continue to study online because of the current restrictions on face-to face delivery and international travel. Students will be required to return to campus once restrictions have been lifted according to the Australian Government.

  5. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available and is subject to IMC’s Recognition of Prior Learning Policy which can be viewed at https://www.imc.edu.au/about-us/policy-register.

Pricing

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