Below, we have outlined the steps of our application process.
If you require any assistance along the way or have any questions please contact our Admissions office by
1. Select your course
Browse our courses and select those which best suit your study
While making your selection, note the campus(es) that each course is delivered from,
and ensure that you meet any entry requirements listed.
2. Apply Online
Create a new account on our application portal or log in using your
existing credentials. You will be
able to use the portal to track the progress of your application.
Refer to our key dates to ensure that you submit your
application before the enrolment deadline for each intake.
More information on the various stages of the application process:
You may be eligible for FEE-HELP from the Australian government. Have your Australian passport
and Tax File Number on hand to apply.
International Applicant Documentation
You will be required to provide copies of your passport, proof of your academic history, evidence of
English proficiency, and in some cases a Statement of Purpose. The application portal will provide you
with detailed information on the documentation requirements.
Familiarise yourself with the scholarships we offer. You may apply
for a scholarship as part of the
online application process.
Ensure that you have read and understood all relevant Terms and Conditions
before doing so.
Recognition of Prior Learning (Advanced Standing)
If you wish to apply for Advanced Standing (Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)), first read our RPL Policy.
Select Advanced Standing when submitting your application.
Our team will then process your application based on the
academic documents you provide.
Some of our courses offer Adjustment Factors to
domestic applicants for undergraduate courses who may not fit the
standard criteria for admission.
If you are unsure about your eligibility, please contact our recruitment team for
3. Assessment process
After you submit your application, it will be processed by our Admissions team.
You will receive one of these outcomes:
If you have met basic admission requirements but are missing some documentation to prove your academic status, a
conditional offer letter will be provided to you with a number of conditions attached.
You will need to provide the
missing information to fully meet admissions requirements in order to progress your application.
All documents and qualifications have met the entry requirements. You can expect an admission offer shortly.
After assessing all the documents provided by you, we determined that you have not met our admissions
requirements for your selected course. We will then notify you that your application has been unsuccessful. You can
discuss your application further with our Student Recruitment Team or Admissions Team by phone or email.
4. Accept Your Offer
You will receive an email notification with 2 working days if your application has been fully approved.
The email contains your student number and password. You will then be able to log into the student portal.
After logging into the student portal, you will be asked to confirm your application information
and read the Terms and Conditions before accepting your offer.
After accepting your offer, you may pay tuition directly on the student portal or
contact our Finance team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For International Students, an eCOE (Confirmation of Enrolment) will be provided
for your student visa application, given that you have been offered admission with no outstanding conditions.
For Domestic FEE-HELP students, payment will not be completed until the official FEE-HELP form is completed
during the orientation period. Domestic students will need to bring their Australian passport and Tax File Number on
Orientation Day to complete this process.
You will receive an email with orientation details.
On Orientation Day, you will be able to officially enrol in your subjects. After registration at our Reception Office, you will take a photo for your student card, experience a guided tour of the campus, receive course advice, and enrol in your subjects with the assistance of our staff.
Due to COVID19-related restrictions, you may need to complete your orientation online. An email will
be sent to you with a link to the orientation.
International students can also refer to this Admission Flowchart to understand the admissions process.