Once you’ve chosen a course and university or college for your Study Australia plan, it’s a great opportunity to apply for confirmation of enrollment accepting education provider’s offer.
The initial step is to apply for the course you need. There are two approaches to apply:
- Direct to the education service provider
To apply match, download the application form from the training provider’s (that may be college or university’s) website. If you are applying for courses in more than one college or university, you should tailor application to each different institute.
- Through an Australian education consultancy or agent
The process to join an Australian education institute starts from education agent usually known as education consultancies. The qualification and prerequisite might vary with the institutions they represent. Especially in Nepal education consultancies has set specific norms and fee structure to run the business so visiting their website as well as the office may give you a clear insight to Study Australia.
You should keep in mind they are agents of Australian colleges and universities so they can give you information on course and education scenario of the institute they represent. So, before applying for any course and college its better to inquire about other institutes and education agents.
Australia is an English speaking country; you are going to study in the same language so you need to have proper English competency to get enrolled in Australian education provider. IELTS or PTE are most widely accepted English test in Australia though, score may vary based on institute and course. Generally 6 each band is minimum requirement for Australian universities.
Before apply or taking any step you should be clear first your all academics should be translated into English. In Nepal, Notary Public provides such translation service. If you are looking for course credits these also must be translated into English.
Accepting your Offer Letter
In the event that your application is fruitful, you will get a ‘Letter of Offer’. To confirm your offer you should accept to this letter by marking and sending an acknowledgment of offer back to the organization. This should typically be possible via mail or through the education agent in your country. The Offer Letter is an agreement between you and the Australian education provider. It sets out the course you will be enlisted in, enrolment conditions, the fees you have to pay, and the discount payable on the off chance that you don’t finish your course with that education provider. This agreement is vital – in the event that you don’t begin your course, or complete your course, this composed assertion will be utilized to decide whether you will get a discount.
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- Read the Offer Letter completely and clearly before you sign or accept it.
- Ensure that you read and understand your rights, including the discount plans.
- Try not to accept the Offer Letter on the off chance that you are not satisfied with any of its terms.
- Keep a photocopy of the Letter of Offer. You will require this with the purpose that you know about your rights and on the off chance that you need to make a claim against the education provider (university or college).
Confirmation of Enrolment
After you have accepted your Offer and paid your store you will get an ‘Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment’ (eCoE) by email. This will layout your course begin date, add up to course expenses and to what extent your course will keep running for.
In the event that you are applying for your Student Visa through the Department of Immigration and Citizenship’s online lodgement portal, you will require the subtle elements of your electronic Confirmation of Enrolment to hold up your visa application. On the off chance that you are lodging a visa application through the education or migration agent they will ask you proper documentation of the source of income, relationships and financial management along with your future plan.
You should ensure that you meet prerequisites for an Australian study visa before you accept an offer and pay any educational cost expenses.
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