Application Process & Instructions for International Students
- Apply: We accept online applications only. Complete the online application form and submit all required documents before the deadlines of the intended intakes.
- Application assessment:
- NIT will assess the application to check if the applicant meets the entry requirements
- An interview with the applicant via Skype or Google Hangout (for offshore applicants) or face to face (for onshore applicants) may be requested to verify the applicant’s suitability for the applied course(s)
- Where NIT deems that the applicant does not have the genuine intention to complete their studies, NIT may ask the applicant to satisfy NIT’s GSE assessment requirements as a part of the application assessment process.
- Receive your Offer: Successful applicants will be issued a Letter of Offer with the terms and conditions of the offer and details of fee payment options.
- Accept your Offer: The applicant must read the Letter of Offer including the embedded International Student Agreement carefully to make sure all details are correct. To accept the offer, the applicant must submit a signed copy of the offer (by dating and signing each page of the international student agreement including the student declaration and consent section) and deposit initial fees.
- Receive your Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE): Once you meet the conditions of your offer and have paid the required fees, NIT will issue you a CoE directly or via an education agency. You’ll need to apply for your student visa after receiving your CoE. Contact your education agent or the Australian Embassy/High Commission to find out more about the visa application process.
ONLINE APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
Please read the NIT Student Handbook and Refund Policy before completing and submitting an online application.
To complete your enrolment, you will need to provide the following supporting documents
- Copies of the certificates and transcripts for all the completed qualifications (Must provide copies for the qualification that meets the minimum entry requirements for the course that you are applying for).
- Evidence of English language proficiency
- Current visa (if you have one)
- CV and employment details relevant to the course applying for (If required)
- Translations of any documents not in English
- Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), if you have one.
Note: NIT Australia accepts scanned documents submitted online in support of applications for admission to courses of study. All of your supporting documents must be true and have complete records. You should be prepared to provide original documents or original certified copies of supporting documents upon request at any time.
A failure to provide documents on request, or the discovery of either fraudulent documents or misrepresentation of true circumstances in association with your application, may lead to the rejection of your application for admission, the withdrawal of your offer, or the cancellation of your enrolment.
Credit Transfer Requests: If you are applying for Credit Transfer, provide copies of your certificates and transcripts for qualifications and competencies gained in Australia.
How to submit supporting documents: You can submit these documents via online application (upload feature), via email to email@example.com or in person at NIT’s office in Perth.
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