Before you apply
It is very important that you carefully read the information in the Student Handbook before applying. You must also read the information below before applying. To avoid delays, please ensure that you have provided all required information with your application. Incomplete applications may not be considered.
You must also read the information below before applying. To avoid delays, please ensure that you have provided all required information with your application. Incomplete applications may not be considered.
You must remember to complete the online application formand submit ALL of the following evidence with your application:
- Proof of Residency/Visa Status (if not born in Australia)
- Copy of Photo ID (drivers license, proof of age card, passport)
- Copy of Birth Certificate, Medicare Card or other secondary evidence of identity
- Health Questionnaire (included in Application form)
- DCSI Check Application or National Police Clearance (for certain programs)
The application process
STEP 2: Access the Domestic Application form here.
STEP 3: Complete the application form and ensure it is signed.
STEP 4: Lodge your application here.
Please ensure that you submit scanned, clear, certified copies of your supporting documents. We cannot accept illegible or uncertified documents, and failure to meet these requirements may result in your application being delayed.
We will be in touch as soon as possible regarding your application.
Please note, if you would prefer not to lodge you application online, you can lodge it via one of the following methods:
Post: Admissions Team, GPO Box 2443 Adelaide SA 5001
In Person: Hand deliver it to us at 81 Currie Street Adelaide.
Once your application has been received you can typically expect to be contacted regarding your application within 48 hours. Please read the Student Handbook prior to the meeting. If you are under 18 years of age then a Guardian or Parent will need to attend the meeting.
At the meeting you may be required to complete a Health & Skills Questionnaire. The content and activities of the program and any incidental expenses or fees and charges will be explained, including key policies and procedures that relate to your enrolment, as well as general suitability and eligibility for the program.