Pre Enrolment information
we want you to be ready!
Congratulations on your decision to study with us. We look forward to seeing you. But before we proceed with the formalities, please take a look at some pre enrolment information that might be helpful for a smooth enrolment application process.
CONDITIONS OF ENROLMENT
• Prospective applicants seeking to enrol with Australian Global College are required to submit acceptable evidence to demonstrate that they meet the published entry criteria for their chosen course.
• All applications submitted by an applicant or agent must include the following:
➢ Completed Student Application Form with applicant signature
➢ Academic entry requirement certification
➢ English language entry requirements certification
➢ Passport Photocopy – applicant details page (where available)
➢ Any other published entry requirements (where applicable)
• Incomplete applications will result in delays in the admission process.
• Successful applicants will receive a Letter of Offer and Student Written Agreement
• Unsuccessful applicants will receive formal notification that their application has been unsuccessful including the reason(s)
Verification of Documentation
Certified copies, together with English translations (where appropriate), of documentation included in an application for admission, must be appropriately verified, Persons eligible to certify documents are:
Authorised officer from the institution that originally issued the certification/document
Notary Public or Justice of the Peace
Australian Global College authorised officers
Where an application is submitted by an education agent on behalf of the prospective student, the education agent can verify that the original has been cited. To ensure authenticity, the student is still required to bring original entry documentation to orientation. Failure to provide original documentation or evidence of falsification may result in cancellation of the enrolment without refund. Such incidents will be reported to relevant Australian government bodies.
Where there are doubts about a student’s claimed entry requirement documentation, Australian Global College will contact the issuing institution for verification.
Deferral, Suspension and/or Cancellation of Enrolment
International students may apply to defer their studies if they are unable to commence their course on the scheduled commencement date or default start date for voluntary suspension of their studies if they are unable to commence or attend the course for a specified period of time under compassionate or compelling circumstances.
Compassionate or compelling circumstances include situations beyond the student’s control and which are likely to have an impact upon the student’s course progress or well-being and includes but is not limited to the following:
Serious illness or injury, where a medical certificate states that the student will be unable to attend classes;
Death or illness of close family member such as parents, or grandparents (where possible a doctor’s or death certificate) The college will also recognise the death of siblings, children, spouses, uncles and aunts but requests documentary proof of both the death and relationship
A major political upheaval or natural disaster in home country requiring emergency travel
A critical incident
A traumatic experience (supported by police or psychologists reports) such as
➢ Involvement in or witnessing a serious accident
➢ Witnessing or being the victim of a serious crime
Delays in gaining a student visa
If a student defers or suspends their studies for any other ground not stated above, the student must provide compelling documentary evidence to support their request.
Students must contact Department of Home Affairs regarding the effect any deferment or suspension of studies may have on their student visa prior to formally lodging an application to defer or voluntarily suspend their studies.
The maximum time allowed for a deferment or voluntary suspension of study is one term (10 weeks not including holidays)
Personal & Contact Details
Australian Global College collects personal information from students for the purpose of training and assessment only and is required to report personal information to relevant Government Authorities without the express permission of the student. In all other cases, the requirements of the Privacy Act 1988 are adhered to.
Release of Personal Information
The information provided by the student to Australian Global College, including personal and contact details, course enrolment details and changes, attendance and academic progress can be made available to Commonwealth and State agencies, pursuant to obligations under the ESOS Act 2000 and the National Code of Practice 2018.
Australian Global College is obligated, under s19 of the ESOS Act 2000, to inform certain Government bodies about changes to the student’s enrolment and the circumstances of any suspected breach by the student of a student visa condition relating to attendance or satisfactory academic performance without student consent or notification.
Personal information supplied, along with consent to being contacted, will only be used by Australian Global College in connection with an application for a student to study at Australian Global College or in the case where any outstanding fees payable need to be recovered by an external agency. Australian Global College will only disclose personal information to outside parties if required by law, or if needed to prevent a serious threat to a person’s health or safety. Personal information provided to Australian Global College can be accessed & amended by contacting the Student Service Officer
Unique Student Identifier
Australian Global College students are not permitted to commence training and assessment until they have provided Australian Global College with their Unique Student Identifier. In cases where there the student experiences difficulty obtaining a student identifier, Australian Global College will allow training and assessment to commence and follow the procedure for ascertaining a correct student identifier from The Registrar. For more information go to
FEES & TIMETABLE
1. The Schedule of Fees and Charges outlines all course fees and other fees and charges that students will need to pay and can be accessed either in hard copy or on the Australian Global College website at
2. Australian Global College reserves the right to vary its fees without notice;
3. Timetables may be subject to change
• Students are not required to make payment until they have accepted the offer to study as per stated conditions in the Letter of Offer and Student Written Agreement
• Once the student has signed the Letter of Offer and Student Written Agreement and returned to Australian Global College, Students will then be issued an invoice as per Payment Schedule in the Letter of Offer and Student Written Agreement:
➢ Payment may be made by bank cheque, bank draft or credit card
➢ 2% surcharge applies to credit card payment.
➢ Please make bank cheque and Draft payable to “Australian Global College Pty Ltd”.
➢ Personal cheques are not accepted.
➢ Please provide the invoice number and student ID number for EFT direct bank deposit
➢ Tuition fees are to be paid through EFT direct bank deposit to Australian Global College. (Please see Bank details below)
➢ Australian Global College will not be responsible for any monies paid to an agent or third party.
➢ Tuition fees DO NOT include enrolment fee, accommodation placement, excursions, airport pickup, transport, living expenses, materials, stationery, and equipment.
• On accepting the offer students must pay the first payment instalment as listed in the Course Fees Breakdown in the Letter of Offer and Student Written Agreement that includes:
➢ Enrolment fee
➢ First instalment tuition fees
➢ Materials fee
• First payment instalment must be paid in order to obtain and eCoE and to secure a place prior to course commencement date
• The remaining tuition fees must be paid by the due date as listed in the Payment schedule in the Letter of Offer and Student Written Agreement
• Students will be charged the late payment fee for overdue tuition fees
• Non-financial students will not be included on the class attendance sheet until outstanding fees have been paid
• 1 to 5 days overdue - students will be charged $200.00 late fee for overdue tuition fees
• 6 or more days overdue - students will be charged $400.00 late fee for overdue tuition fees
• International students who do not pay their tuition fees will be reported on PRISMS under student default