COVID-19 Support

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Support For International Students

Student Enrolment Process

Accomodation

The NSW Government is funding up to 20 weeks of free accommodation for vulnerable international students in NSW during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

To be eligible you must:
hold an international student visa
have lost, or be at risk of losing, access to secure accommodation
have no other avenues of support
To apply online, please click HERE.

Food Assistance

Study NSW has partnered with Foodbank NSW & ACT to provide free food hampers to international students in NSW.

To access your hamper, follow these steps:
Call Food Bank on (02) 9756 3099
State that you’re an international student and your suburb, then ask for the distribution point closest to you
Have your student visa and student card with you when you collect the hamper
For more information, please click HERE.

Financial Support

Have you been studying in Australia for more than 12 months? If you are in financial hardship, you will be able to access your Australian superannuation.
To register, please click HERE.

Other useful information on Coronavirus:


① Select a Course

Select a course you would like to study. *Please read the relevant course information about entry requirements, fees and other necessary information.

Course Information

 


*All prospective VET students must read relevant information contained in the ACPC Student Handbook before enrolment

Students Handbook

② Complete and Submit Enrolment Form

Download and complete the Enrolment Form

Enrolment Form

③ Supporting Documentation

Australian College of Professional Careers will contact you after assessed your enrolment application to request any relevant documents including copies of identification, certificates and academic transcripts.
International students may also be requested to provide certified copies of qualifications, English language proficiency (IELTS or equivalence), and the main page of their current passport.

④ Letter of Offer and Enrolment Agreement

ACPC staff member will contact you to verify details and notify you of the success of your application upon reviewing your relevant documents. You will receive a Student Enrolment Agreement if your application is successful. It will include the details of the course you have applied for and details of course fees and refund policies.
To complete the enrolment process the student must sign the Enrolment Agreement and pay the required upfront fees. The upfront fees may include tuition fees, an application fee, relevant material fee, non-refundable deposits and compulsory health insurance cover fee (if requested). The Letter of Offer will include all the payment details. You can submit your Enrolment Agreement to ACPC either by email, mail/post or in person:

Option 1: Email
Complete and scan your Enrolment Agreement. Attach the scanned file to an email and send to:
admin@acpc.edu.au

Option 2: Mail/Post
Mail your Enrolment Agreement to:

The Admissions Officer


Australian College of Professional Careers


Shop 1, 15-17 Blaxland Road


Rhodes NSW 2138


Australia


Option 3: In Person
Submit your Enrolment Agreement to the reception desk at our Campus in Rhodes, NSW

Bank Details


Bank: Commonwealth Bank of Australia


Account Name: Australian College of Professional Careers Pty Ltd


BSB: 062 759


Account: 1042 3347


The student identified within this Letter of Offer must not pay any money to Australian College of Professional Careers prior to reading all relevant information as listed below and signing each page of the Enrolment Agreement.


Australian College of Professional Careers reserves the right to withdraw course offers at any time. The decision to withdraw an offer may be based upon any of the following circumstances:


• Insufficient or inaccurate information supplied by an applicant or party acting on behalf of an applicant;


• questionable or misleading documentation supplied as evidence of English proficiency or academic history;


• at the discretion of Australian College of Professional Careers management as course offerings and eligibility requirements may be subject to change.

⑤ Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE)

Once ACPC receives the student’s signed Enrolment Agreement and first payment, the student (or the student’s representative) will be sent a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). If you are an international student, you can take this CoE to any Australia Embassy or Consulate to apply for a student visa.

The student must organise the student’s health cover, either through ACPC or another approved provider.

Please note that ACPC will not accept the student’s payment until ACPC receives the student’s signed Enrolment Agreement.

For more information on student visas visit www.homeaffairs.gov.au/Trav/Stud

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