Find out everything you need to know about offer types, health cover, paying your fees and other conditions.
Congratulations on receiving your Letter of Offer to study with us! You’re on your way to having whole new adventures and experiences that will be life-changing.
Here are some things you need to know about your letter.
Conditional offers are made to applicants who are required to provide additional documentation to support their application.
Prior to, or at the time of accepting a conditional offer, you must provide evidence that you have met all of the stated conditions. If you don’t provide this evidence, you won’t be able to proceed with your enrolment or student visa application.
The conditions listed on your Letter of Offer will outline the documents you need to provide to us. These may include:
- official or certified copies of academic transcripts
- completion letters or certificates
- IELTS (academic module) or TOEFL (computer-based or paper-based or IBT) results (no more than two years old).
When you have all the documents outlined in your Letter of Offer, you’ll need to send them to us with your completed Offer Acceptance Form.
In Australian universities, the term 'academic credit’ is often used interchangeably with terms such as ‘advanced standing’ and ‘exemptions’. However, there are differences.
Academic credit is a recognition of previous study that exempts you from certain course requirements. If you have received academic credit, it will be shown in your Letter of Offer.
Academic credit allows you to enter a course with ‘advanced standing’, which means you’ll need to complete fewer units in your course to earn your qualification.
Finally, an ‘exemption’ is simply another word for ‘advanced standing’.
The duration of your course will be on your Letter of Offer and will reflect the amount of ‘advanced standing’ (academic credit) you have received.