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Select from the below options to find out how to become an international student at TAFE NSW.

Which course do you intend to apply

Are you currently in Australia

Do you hold a valid Student Visa (Subclass 500)

Please find below the steps to follow before you take the leap toward studying in Australia.

Step 1:

Complete the Application form and prepare your supporting documents

Download and complete the TAFE NSW Application form. Ensure you sign the Terms and Conditions on page 8 and attach the relevant supporting documents.

International student at TAFE NSW smiling

You must also include the following supporting documents with your Application form:

  • Certified copy of your current Passport
  • Certified copy of Academic transcripts/certificates
  • Certified copy of English Language Test results e.g. IELTS, TOEFL etc.
  • Portfolio/Essay based on Course entry requirements (if applicable)
  • Copy of your current Australian Visa
  • Copy of your E-Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE) held with previous Education Provider
  • Copy of your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) card

Note:

  • Please provide certified translations if any document is not in English.
  • Documents can be certified by one of the following officials: Official from the organisation that issued the original document, Government official, Public Notary, Justice of the Peace.

Step 2:

There are two options for you to submit an Application:

Online:

To apply online, click on the 'Apply Online' button on the selected course/package page. Register or Login and continue with the Application process. Attach all supporting documents before submitting the application.

Email:

Alternatively, you can scan and email the Application form and supporting documents to:intadmissions@tafensw.edu.au

International students at TAFE NSW

Step 3:

What happens next?

TAFE NSW will assess your application against the Course entry requirements and the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirements as detailed on Department of Home Affairs GTE webpage.

If we require any additional documents/information we will send you a Provisional Offer Letter with conditions listed on it. You will have to meet these conditions before we can send you a Full Offer Letter.

When you meet all the entry requirement, we will send you a Full Offer Letter along with the Invoice for fee payment.

The Fee invoice will list all available options for you to make a payment. To accept the offer, sign the Acceptance form in the Offer Letter and pay the fees and charges listed on your invoice. Send the signed Acceptance form and Payment receipt to us.
When we receive your payment and signed Acceptance form, we will issue you with an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) for each course in your Offer Letter.
Using the eCOE you will be able to extend your current student visa or apply for a new Australian Student Visa (Subclass 500).

This is a reference number that creates a secure online record of your recognised training and qualifications gained in Australia and gives you access to your training records and transcripts. It is a compulsory part of the enrolment process and is free and easy to create.

If you have had a previous Education Provider, you might have already created a USI. If not, please create one by going to the USI website.

Attendance at the Orientation session is compulsory. You can check the Orientation webpage and download the orientation flyer for your campus location. Please bring your USI number with you to the Orientation, so that, you can complete your enrolment process on that day.

Congratulations on your Enrolment! Thank you for joining the TAFE NSW community. We know that your time with us will create lifelong memories and friendships, exciting new experiences and provide you with outstanding opportunities.

Note:

While you can submit your application to TAFE NSW directly, you also have the option of applying through a TAFE NSW Education agent if you need help with your student visa application. If you choose to apply through an agent, TAFE NSW will not be held responsible for any monies paid to a TAFE NSW Education agent.

Please find below the steps to follow before you take the leap toward studying in Australia.

Step 1:

Complete the Application form and prepare your supporting documents

Download and complete the TAFE NSW Application form. Ensure you sign the Terms and Conditions on page 8 and attach the relevant supporting documents.

International student at TAFE NSW smiling

You must also include the following supporting documents with your Application form:

  • Certified copy of your current Passport
  • Certified copy of Academic transcripts/certificates
  • Certified copy of English Language Test results e.g. IELTS, TOEFL etc.
  • Portfolio/Essay based on Course entry requirements (if applicable)
  • Copy of your current Australian Visa

Note:

  • Please provide certified translations if any document is not in English.
  • Documents can be certified by one of the following officials: Official from the organisation that issued the original document, Government official, Public Notary, Justice of the Peace.

Step 2:

Submit your Application

There are two options for you to submit an Application:

Online:

To apply online, click on the 'Apply Online' button on the selected course/package page. Register or Login and continue with the Application process. Attach all supporting documents before submitting the application.

Email:

Alternatively, you can scan and email the Application forms and supporting documents to: intadmissions@tafensw.edu.au

International students at TAFE NSW

Step 3:

What happens next?

TAFE NSW will assess your application against the Course entry requirements and the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirements as detailed on Department of Home Affairs GTE webpage.

If we require any additional documents/information we will send you a Provisional Offer Letter with conditions listed on it. You will have to meet these conditions before we can send you a Full Offer Letter.

When you meet all the entry requirement, we will send you a Full Offer Letter along with the Invoice for fee payment.

The Fee invoice will list all available options for you to make a payment. To accept the offer, sign the Acceptance form in the Offer Letter and pay the fees and charges listed on your invoice. Send the signed Acceptance form and Payment receipt to us.
When we receive your payment and signed Acceptance form, we will issue you with an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) for each course in your Offer Letter.
Using the eCOE you will then be able to apply for an Australian Student Visa (Subclass 500).

This is a reference number that creates a secure online record of your recognised training and qualifications gained in Australia and gives you access to your training records and transcripts. It is a compulsory part of the enrolment process and is free and easy to create.

When your Visa is granted, you will be able to create a Unique Student Identifier (USI) by going to the USI website.

Attendance at the Orientation session is compulsory. You can check the Orientation webpage and download the orientation flyer for your campus location. Please bring your USI number with you to the Orientation, so that, you can complete your enrolment process on that day.

Congratulations on your Enrolment! Thank you for joining the TAFE NSW community. We know that your time with us will create lifelong memories and friendships, exciting new experiences and provide you with outstanding opportunities.

Note:

While you can submit your application to TAFE NSW directly, you also have the option of applying through a TAFE NSW Education agent if you need help with your student visa application. If you choose to apply through an agent, TAFE NSW will not be held responsible for any monies paid to a TAFE NSW Education agent.

Please find below the steps to follow before you take the leap toward studying in Australia.

Step 2:

Complete the Application forms and prepare your supporting documents

Your Agent will help you complete the TAFE NSW Application form. You must complete all the sections and sign the Terms and Conditions on page 8.

You must also include the following supporting documents with your Application forms:

  • Certified copy of your current Passport
  • Certified copy of Academic transcripts/certificates
  • Certified copy of English Language Test results e.g. IELTS, TOEFL etc.
  • Portfolio/Essay based on Course entry requirements (if applicable)
  • Copy of your current Australian Visa

Note:

  • Please provide certified translations if any document is not in English.
  • Documents can be certified by one of the following officials: Official from the organisation that issued the original document, Government official, Public Notary, Justice of the Peace.

Step 3:

Submit your Application

There are two options for your agent to submit an Application:

Online:

To apply online, click on the 'Apply Online' button on the selected course/package page. Register or Login and continue with the Application process. Attach all supporting documents before submitting the application.

Email:

Alternatively, your agent can scan and email the Application form and supporting documents to: intadmissions@tafensw.edu.au

International students at TAFE NSW

Step 4:

What happens next?

TAFE NSW will assess your application against the Course entry requirements and the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirements as detailed on Department of Home Affairs GTE webpage.

If we require any additional documents/information we will send you a Provisional Offer Letter with conditions listed on it. You will have to meet these conditions before we can send you a Full Offer Letter.

When you meet all the entry requirement, we will send you a Full Offer Letter along with the Invoice for fee payment.

The Fee invoice will list all available options for you to make a payment. To accept the offer, sign the Acceptance form in the Offer Letter and pay the fees and charges listed on your invoice. Send the signed Acceptance form and Payment receipt to us.
When we receive your payment and signed Acceptance form, we will issue you with an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) for each course in your Offer Letter.
Using the eCOE you will then be able to apply for an Australian Student Visa (Subclass 500) with the help of your Agent.

This is a reference number that creates a secure online record of your recognised training and qualifications gained in Australia and gives you access to your training records and transcripts. It is a compulsory part of the enrolment process and is free and easy to create.

When your Visa is granted, you will be able to create a Unique Student Identifier (USI) by going to the USI website.

Attendance at the Orientation session is compulsory. You can check the Orientation webpage and download the orientation flyer for your campus location. Please bring your USI number with you to the Orientation, so that, you can complete your enrolment process on that day.

Congratulations on your Enrolment! Thank you for joining the TAFE NSW community. We know that your time with us will create lifelong memories and friendships, exciting new experiences and provide you with outstanding opportunities.

Note: TAFE NSW will not be held responsible for any monies paid to a TAFE NSW Education agent.

Please find below the steps to follow before you take the leap toward studying in Australia.

Step 1:

Complete the Application form and prepare your supporting documents

Download and complete the TAFE NSW Application form. Ensure you sign the Terms and Conditions on page 8 and attach the relevant supporting documents.

International student at TAFE NSW smiling

You must also include the following supporting documents with your Application form:

  • Certified copy of your current Passport
  • Certified copy of Academic transcripts/certificates
  • Certified copy of English Language Test results e.g. IELTS, TOEFL etc.
  • Portfolio/Essay based on Course entry requirements (if applicable)

Note:

  • Please provide certified translations if any document is not in English.
  • Documents can be certified by one of the following officials: Official from the organisation that issued the original document, Government official, Public Notary, Justice of the Peace.

Step 2:

Submit your Application

There are two options for you to submit an Application:

Online:

To apply online, click on the 'Apply Online' button on the selected course/package page. Register or Login and continue with the Application process. Attach all supporting documents before submitting the application.

Email:

Alternatively, you can scan and email the Application form and supporting documents to: intadmissions@tafensw.edu.au

International students at TAFE NSW

Step 3:

What happens next?

TAFE NSW will assess your application against the Course entry requirements and the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirements as detailed on Department of Home Affairs GTE webpage.

If we require any additional documents/information we will send you a Provisional Offer Letter with conditions listed on it. You will have to meet these conditions before we can send you a Full Offer Letter.

When you meet all the entry requirement, we will send you a Full Offer Letter along with the Invoice for fee payment.

The Fee invoice will list all available options for you to make a payment. To accept the offer, sign the Acceptance form in the Offer Letter and pay the fees and charges listed on your invoice. Send the signed Acceptance form and Payment receipt to us.
When we receive your payment and signed Acceptance form, we will issue you with an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) for each course in your Offer Letter.
Using the eCOE you will then be able to apply for an Australian Student Visa (Subclass 500).

This is a reference number that creates a secure online record of your recognised training and qualifications gained in Australia and gives you access to your training records and transcripts. It is a compulsory part of the enrolment process and is free and easy to create.

While enrolling with your previous Education Provider you might have already created a USI. If not, please create a Unique Student Identifier (USI) by going to the USI website.

Attendance at the Orientation session is compulsory. Arrange your flight so that you arrive in Australia at least one week before your course starts so that you can attend the Orientation session. You can check the Orientation webpage and download the orientation flyer for your campus location. Please bring your USI number with you to the Orientation, so that, you can complete your enrolment process on that day.

Congratulations on your Enrolment and Welcome to Australia! Thank you for joining the TAFE NSW community. We know that your time with us will create lifelong memories and friendships, exciting new experiences and provide you with outstanding opportunities.

Note:

While you can submit your application to TAFE NSW directly, you also have the option of applying through a TAFE NSW Education agent if you need help with your student visa application. If you choose to apply through an agent, TAFE NSW will not be held responsible for any monies paid to a TAFE NSW Education agent.

Please find below the steps to follow before you take the leap toward studying in Australia.

Step 2:

Complete the Application forms and prepare your supporting documents

Your Agent will help you complete the TAFE NSW Application form. You must complete all the sections and sign the Terms and Conditions on page 8.

You must also include the following supporting documents with your Application forms:

  • Certified copy of your current Passport
  • Certified copy of Academic transcripts/certificates
  • Certified copy of English Language Test results e.g. IELTS, TOEFL etc.
  • Portfolio/Essay based on Course entry requirements (if applicable)

Note:

  • Please provide certified translations if any document is not in English.
  • Documents can be certified by one of the following officials: Official from the organisation that issued the original document, Government official, Public Notary, Justice of the Peace.

Step 3:

Submit your Application

There are two options for your agent to submit an Application:

Online:

To apply online, click on the 'Apply Online' button on the selected course/package page. Register or Login and continue with the Application process. Attach all supporting documents before submitting the application.

Email:

Alternatively, your agent can scan and email the Application form and supporting documents to: intadmissions@tafensw.edu.au

International students at TAFE NSW

Step 4:

What happens next?

TAFE NSW will assess your application against the Course entry requirements and the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirements as detailed on Department of Home Affairs GTE webpage.

If we require any additional documents/information we will send you a Provisional Offer Letter with conditions listed on it. You will have to meet these conditions before we can send you a Full Offer Letter.

When you meet all the entry requirement, we will send you a Full Offer Letter along with the Invoice for fee payment.

The Fee invoice will list all available options for you to make a payment. To accept the offer, sign the Acceptance form in the Offer Letter and pay the fees and charges listed on your invoice. Send the signed Acceptance form and Payment receipt to us.
When we receive your payment and signed Acceptance form, we will issue you with an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) for each course in your Offer Letter.
Using the eCOE you will then be able to apply for an Australian Student Visa (Subclass 500) with the help of your Agent.

This is a reference number that creates a secure online record of your recognised training and qualifications gained in Australia and gives you access to your training records and transcripts. It is a compulsory part of the enrolment process and is free and easy to create.

While enrolling with your previous Education Provider you might have already created a USI. If not, please create a Unique Student Identifier (USI) by going to the USI website.

Attendance at the Orientation session is compulsory. You can check the Orientation webpage and download the orientation flyer for your campus location. Please bring your USI number with you to the Orientation, so that, you can complete your enrolment process on that day.

Congratulations on your Enrolment! Thank you for joining the TAFE NSW community. We know that your time with us will create lifelong memories and friendships, exciting new experiences and provide you with outstanding opportunities.

Note: TAFE NSW will not be held responsible for any monies paid to a TAFE NSW Education agent.

Please find below the steps to follow before you take the leap toward studying in Australia.

Step 1:

Find a TAFE NSW Education Agent

You must submit your application through a common TAFE NSW Education Agent that represents both TAFE NSW and the relevant University.

Find a common TAFE NSW Education Agent:

TAFE NSW Agents ACU Agents UTS Agents CSU Agents

Note: If you are unable to find a common Education Agent please Contact Us.

Step 2:

Download and complete the Application forms and prepare your supporting documents

Your Agent will help you complete the TAFE NSW Application form and the relevant University application form.

TAFE NSW Application Form

University Application Forms

You must also include the following supporting documents with your Application forms:

  • Certified copy of your current Passport
  • Certified copy of Academic transcripts/certificates
  • Certified copy of English Language Test results e.g. IELTS, TOEFL etc.
  • Portfolio/Essay based on Course entry requirements (if applicable)

If you are currently in Australia you must submit additional documents:

  • Copy of your current Australian Visa
  • Copy of your E-Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE) held with previous Education Provider (if applicable)
  • Copy of your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) card (if applicable)

Note:

  • Please provide certified translations if any document is not in English.
  • Documents can be certified by one of the following officials: Official from the organisation that issued the original document, Government official, Public Notary, Justice of the Peace.

Step 3:

Submit your Application

There are two options for your Agent to submit an Application:

Online:

To apply online, click on the 'Apply Online' button on the selected course/package page. Register or Login and continue with the Application process. Attach all supporting documents including the University Application form before submitting the application.

Email:

Alternatively, your agent can scan and email the Application forms and supporting documents to: intadmissions@tafensw.edu.au

International students at TAFE NSW

Step 4:

What happens next?

TAFE NSW and the University will assess your application against the Course entry requirements and the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirements as detailed on Department of Home Affairs GTE webpage.

If we require any additional documents/information we will send you a Provisional Offer Letter with conditions listed on it. You will have to meet these conditions before we can send you a Full Offer Letter.

When you meet all the entry requirement, we will send you a Full Offer Letter along with the Invoice for fee payment.

The Fee invoice will list all available options for you to make a payment. To accept the offer, sign the Acceptance forms in the Offer Letters and pay the fees and charges listed on your invoice including the University deposit (if applicable). Send the signed Acceptance form and Payment receipt to us.
When we receive your payment and signed Acceptance form, we will issue you with an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) for each course in your Offer Letter.
Using the eCOE you will then be able to apply for an Australian Student Visa (Subclass 500) with the help of your Agent.

This is a reference number that creates a secure online record of your recognised training and qualifications gained in Australia and gives you access to your training records and transcripts. It is a compulsory part of the enrolment process and is free and easy to create.

When your Visa is granted, you will be able to create a Unique Student Identifier (USI) by going to the USI website.

Attendance at the Orientation session is compulsory. Arrange your flight so that you arrive in Australia at least one week before your course starts so that you can attend the Orientation session. You can check the Orientation webpage and download the orientation flyer for your campus location. Please bring your USI number with you to the Orientation, so that, you can complete your enrolment process on that day.

Congratulations on your Enrolment and Welcome to Australia! Thank you for joining the TAFE NSW community. We know that your time with us will create lifelong memories and friendships, exciting new experiences and provide you with outstanding opportunities.

Note: TAFE NSW will not be held responsible for any monies paid to a TAFE NSW Education agent.

Please find below the steps to follow before you take the leap toward studying in Australia.

Step 1:

Complete the Application form and prepare your supporting documents

Download and complete the TAFE NSW Application form. Ensure you sign the Terms and Conditions on page 8 and attach the relevant supporting documents.

International student at TAFE NSW smiling