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Enrolment

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Submit your application through our website, or alternatively, you can express your interest through one of our agent representatives to potentially secure a better deal.
Magill College Sydney does not accept any students under 18 years of age and therefore it is a mandatory requirement that all participants wishing to enrol must be at least 18 years of age.

Prior to enrolment students are advised on the following aspects which will determine their eligibility for enrolment:

  • That they have satisfactorily completed their HSC Year 12 and/or equivalent or have completed training resulting in satisfactorily achieving all entry pathways. For mature age entry students (21 years of age or above) relevant work experience is generally expected and it may be possible to provide an entry pathway to the course by utilising the student’s underpinning skills and knowledge, or completed training;
  • That their application for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL), or any Credit Transfer (CT) which may be applicable, is applied for prior to enrolment in any of Magill College Sydney’s courses;
  • That they are fully advised of their course details, including: course content, course duration, mode of study, all associated costs of study, including any additional purchases which may be required as listed in the Magill College Sydney Pre-enrolment Information Pack 2024 (Brochure) and/or the Student Handbook;
  • They have been advised of the Magill College Sydney location;
  • They have been fully advised of the Student Refund and Cancellation Policy;
  • That their tuition fees may be subject to change with prior written notice;
  • That all relevant Policies and Procedures that will govern their enrolment have been explained, including achieving satisfactory course progress and cancellation of tuition fees, as advised in the Student Refund and Cancellation Policy;
  • That their pre-enrolment information listed in the Magill College Sydney Pre-enrolment Information Pack 2024 (Brochure) makes clear reference to the ESOS framework, which is also available electronically by Australian Education International (AEI) to students. For further information, please see: https://internationaleducation.gov.au/regulatory-information/pages/regulatoryinformation.aspx
  • That they have been advised on the costs of living in Australia, and their obligation in relation to any school-aged dependants, including the associated costs for school fees which could be incurred;
  • That the contents of the Magill College Sydney Pre-enrolment Information Pack 2024 (Brochure) and/or Student Handbook are clear and easily understood prior to lodging their application for Enrolment;
  • The request of a course timetable copy that is relevant to the student’s course of enrolment.

Enrolment Flow Chart

1

Enquiry

Please feel free to reach out to any of our staff members or our agent representatives. Alternatively, you can visit us directly at our office located at Level 4, 695-699 George St, Haymarket, NSW 2000. Our friendly staff will warmly welcome you with a smile.

2

Enrolment

Complete and sign the Enrolment Form as acknowledgement that they have received, read, and understood the Magill College Sydney Pre-Enrolment Pack 2024 (Brochure) and the content of the Student Handbook, and return the signed enrolment from along with the “Student Individual Needs Survey” form to the College;

3

Complete Documents

Provide the documents listed below:

English result (IELST score of 6.0 or equivalent, as recognised by DHA);

– Copies of the current Passport/Visa;

– Current Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) details, if known (only if requesting the OSHC arrangement through the College);

– Copies of the HSC year  12 qualification and/or equivalent relevant work experience;

– For mature age (21 Years of age or above) relevant work experience is generally expected and it maybe possible to provide an entry pathway  to the course by utilising the student’s underpinning skills and knowledge, or completed training);

4

Letter of Offer

After receiving the Letter of Offer and Student Agreement from Magill College Sydney the next step is to confirm the student’s enrolment. An enrolment application will be put on hold if any document are incomplete and will remain on hold until all documentation issues are resolved. 

5

Deposit Payment

Once applicants have finished filling out and submitted the Letter of Offer, the next step entails making a deposit payment to Magill College Sydney. This payment is a prerequisite before the College issues the Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE), an essential document for securing a student visa.

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