Enrolment Process

Every student must complete the eligibility requirements. Following is a step by step enrolment and application process.


Fill Application Form


Check Document List


Submit by Email


Accept Offer Letter


Pay the Fee


COE Issued


Apply Visa Online


Arrive & Join

Intake Dates

Australian College of the Professions: RTO# 41201 & CRICOS# 03608K


Intake 1: 02/01/2023– 10/03/2023
Intake 1 Mid: 06/02/2023 – 10/03/2023
Intake 1 Break: 13/03/2023 – 31/03/2023


Intake 2: 03/04/2023– 09/06/2023
Intake 2 Mid: 08/05/2023 – 09/06/2023
Intake 2 Break: 12/06/2023 – 30/06/2023


Intake 3: 03/07/2023– 08/09/2023
Intake 3 Mid: 07/08/2023 – 08/09/2023
Intake 3 Break: 11/09/2023 – 29/09/2023


Intake 4: 02/10/2023– 08/12/2023
Intake 4 Mid: 06/11/2023 – 08/12/2023
Intake 4 Break: 11/12/2023 – 29/03/2023

Non Tuition Fee

Re-issuing of Certificate, Transcript & Statement of attainment
$ 80
Per Issue
Change of eCoE
$ 50
Per Issue
Re-assessment fee
$ 180
Per Issue
Refund Processing Fee
$ 250
Per Requirement
Re-issuance Offer letter Fee
$ 50
Per Requirement

General Information

At the Australian College of the Professions we are committed to the provision of high quality vocational education and training.
Our pledge is to enrich your life, provide you learning in a fun, caring and responsive environment and open up a world of opportunity for you.
Our training facility is located in Sydney’s CBD which is a great place to study and easily accessible to students.


Migration regulations in Australia require international students to show evidence that they can contribute to the cost of living and studying in Australia. This helps to ensure students are better able to make the most of their studies and have a safe and enjoyable experience in Australia. While international students are able to supplement their income with money earned through part-time work in Australia, the living costs’ requirement helps to support the success of students in their studies by ensuring that they don’t have to rely on such work to meet all their expenses. From 1st October 2019 the 12 month living cost is:

  • You – $21,041
  • Partner or spouse – $7,362
  • Child – $3,152

Students must demonstrate that the funds they are relying upon to meet the costs of studying in Australia will be genuinely available to them during their stay in Australia. For more information visit the Study in Australia website at: http:/ /www.studyinaustralia.gov. au/global/live-in-australia/living -costs


On the first day of your course, we will deliver an orientation session to you which includes an induction session. It’s vital that you attend this as we will cover the following topics:

  • Course information.
  • Facilities and resources available at our campus.
  • Emergency evacuation procedures.
  • Your rights and responsibilities as a student.
  • Support services available.
  • Legal, emergency and health services.
  • Safety relevant to Australia and your environment.
  • Critical incidents and critical incident reporting
  • Policies about course progress, attendance monitoring, deferral, suspension and cancellation, course transfer and our complaints and appeals process.
  • Student visa conditions related to course progress and attendance.
  • Information about work rights.
  • Question and answer session
  • Assistance in creating your USI if you have not done so already.

For more information please refer to Student handbook posted on www.professions.edu.au


You must have student healthcare cover before arriving in Australia and for the duration of time you are in Australia – this is a visa requirement of the Department of Home Affairs. For further information about OSHC and other optional insurances visit https://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/English/Live-in-Australia/Insurance


Student visa holders can work up to 40 hours every two weeks (fortnight) during study terms and unlimited hours during school holiday breaks. For more information on popular industries for students to work in, your rights and responsibilities, your employer’s rights and information about the Fair Work Ombudsman visit: https://www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/English/Live-in-Australia/work


As a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and CRICOS Education Provider registered with Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), we have an obligation to ensure the quality of the nationally recognised training and assessment we deliver. We must comply at all times with the Standards for RTOs 2015, which are part of the VET Quality Framework, as well as the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000 and the National Code of Practice for Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2018 (National Code).


USI is the acronym for Unique Student Identifier. It is a reference number that creates an online record of your training and qualifications attained in Australia. If you don’t have a USI, then you can’t be awarded your qualification or statement of attainment.

Under the Unique Student Identifiers Act 2014, all RTOs must ensure they have a valid USI for any student that enrols in nationally recognised training from 2015.  This means (unless you have an exemption issued by the USI registrar) that as a student you must provide us with your USI. For information about USIs including how to create one visit https://www.usi.gov.au/.

For information on exemptions visit: https://www.usi.gov.au/about/privacy-and-unique-student-identifier/individual-exemptions-students

If you are having trouble creating a USI, we will assist you during the orientation session on the first day.