You’ll need to formally accept your offer to secure your place to study at Swinburne. 

The process for accepting your offer is different depending on whether you have received your offer directly from Swinburne or through the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC).

The process is also different for local and international students, so be sure to follow the steps that apply to you and the type of offer you have received.

Local students who have received an offer directly from Swinburne must follow the offer acceptance process for local students outlined below.

International students who have received an offer directly from Swinburne must follow the offer acceptance process for international students outlined below.

Students who have received an offer through VTAC must follow the offer acceptance process for VTAC students.

Note: VTAC offer acceptance will be different depending on your chosen level of study (Higher Education, Vocational Education or UniLink).

Local students

You are a local student if you are an: 

  • Australian citizen

  • Australian permanent resident

  • Humanitarian visa holder

  • or a New Zealand citizen.

International students

You are an international student if you are not an: 

  • Australian citizen

  • Australian permanent resident

  • Humanitarian visa holder

  • or a New Zealand citizen

Local students accepting a direct offer from Swinburne

Log in to eStudent with your Student ID and your password, then click on the ‘Offers’ tab. Forgot your password? Then follow these steps:

  1. Click the 'Respond to Offer' button.

  2. Review the details of your offer, then click the 'Accept' button.

  3. A confirmation message will appear telling you that your offer has been accepted.

  4. Head to the 'My Enrolment' tab to accept the Institution Terms and Conditions and complete your enrolment.

For a step-by-step guide, view our handy Offers Help Guide.

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Accepting VTAC offers

The process for accepting your VTAC offer will be different depending on your chosen level of study (Vocational Education, UniLink or Higher Education). The offer guides below will outline the steps you need to take to formally accept your VTAC offer and also any pre-enrolment requirements.

International students accepting a direct offer from Swinburne

If your application is successful, we’ll send you a Letter of Offer that includes the course or courses you are eligible to study, information on how to accept your offer, and an acceptance form section.

Important information about your offer

There are several steps you'll need to follow as part of the offer acceptance process. To make sure you understand these steps, please read and familiarise yourself with the content on the five pages below prior to accepting your offer:

Great news – you’re now ready to accept your offer!
 

If you’re a Research student:

All other students:

  • Complete and sign the Acceptance Form in your Letter of Offer. 

Don’t have an Acceptance Form in your offer letter? That’s okay, it just means you have an earlier version of our offer letter. You can download and complete our previous Acceptance Form, then continue the steps below.

  • Log in to Swinburne’s International Online Application portal (or ask your agent to do this via the StudyLink Partner Portal) and under Actions, click 'Respond to Offer'. 
  • Select ‘Accept Offer’, and upload your signed Acceptance Form, proof of payment of your total deposit (outlined in your offer letter), plus any additional documentation requested, and click 'Accept Offer’.
     

Congratulations on submitting your offer acceptance!

Once we’ve processed your acceptance, we will send you a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE), which you can then use to apply for your student visa. Your confirmation email will also include important information on how to enrol, set up your student email, log in to Canvas (our learning management system), and orientation activities. So make sure you regularly check your email for updates from us.

If you need help to complete or submit your Acceptance Form, phone us on +61 3 9214 8444, Monday to Friday from 8am–6pm, Australian Eastern Standard Time or email us your question at IntAdmissions@swinburne.edu.au.

Students with disabilities

You are expected to provide full details of any disability that you have on the Application Form. If you have not done so, please provide a written document with full details of any disability that you have and upload them to the Application portal as supporting documents at the time of acceptance. You should also include details that may have changed. It is important that you provide details of any special requirements and/or assistance you may need in order to study. All information provided will be kept confidential.

Sponsored students

A sponsored student is someone who will receive financial assistance from a government, organisation or company to undertake studies with us. This does not include sponsorship from private individuals or relatives.

We do not provide financial assistance or refer you to potential sponsors. If you are unsure if you qualify as a sponsored student, email us at sponsoredstudents@swinburne.edu.au.

If you are a sponsored student, download and complete the Sponsorship Registration Form.

Are you an international student needing help accepting your offer?

Our friendly and knowledgeable team at international student support is here to make your student journey as easy as possible. Contact the team today for help with accepting your offer to study at Swinburne.

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