Want to study in Australia

Want to study in Australia

Applications to study in Australia

Please note, each institution has its own application form. Entry requirements vary between institutions and courses of study.

Assistance with applications for enrolment and visas can be obtained

Applications to study in Australia can be made directly via AA Education Network.

Ideally, you should begin the application process about 12 months before you hope to enrol. If you are awaiting final examination results, most institutions will grant provisional acceptance based on your past academic performance. Provisional acceptance will also be granted pending acceptable English language proficiency.

The following details should be supplied when applying for admission to study in Australia:

  • full details of previous study, including copies of qualifications
  • evidence of your English language proficiency (that is, appropriate IELTS score or as accepted by the institution)
  • evidence that you have sufficient funds to cover all costs associated with the period of study
  • Application forms and supporting documents should be forwarded to AA Education Network.

If your application is accepted, the enrolling institution will send a letter offering you a place in your chosen course and requesting a portion of tuition fees and health insurance. Once these have been paid, the institution will issue a Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE).

This is the only accepted evidence of enrolment for processing student visa applications.


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