How to Apply

If you have decided what course you would like to study, there are several ways you can submit an application. 

Applying online...

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Apply by post or fax

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Campus visit

If you would like to visit the campus and apply in person, please contact us >


Please ensure you read the Terms & Conditions before applying >


Local students - Degree study

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Submit your application and supporting documents.
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Availability and entry requirements check - Martin Higher Education Admissions team will check placement availability for your chosen course and ensure that you have met the necessary academic entry requirements for the course you wish to study.
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If your application is successful, we will issue you an offer including:
 
- A letter of offer
- Acceptance of Offer documents
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To accept our offer you are required to sign and return our Acceptance letter. Students under 18 will be required to have a parent sign this document.
 
Student applying for FEE-HELP will be required to register and apply for FEE-HELP at this stage.
5 Confirmation of your enrolment will be sent to you by email.
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Prior to your course commencement, you will be invited to an Orientation program (online and on campus) which will assist you in familiarising yourself with Martin Higher Education and our online learning platform.

Local students - Certificate and Diploma study

1
Submit your application and supporting documents.
2
Availability and entry requirements check - Martin Admissions team will check placement availability for your chosen course and ensure that you have met the necessary academic entry requirements for the course you wish to study.
3
If your application is successful, we will issue you an Offer Letter.
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To accept our offer you are required to sign and return the Offer Letter. Students under 18 will be required to have a parent sign this document.
5 Confirmation of your enrolment will be sent to you by email.
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Once you arrive at the Campus, you will be assisted through the process of registration, enrolment and familiarisation with Martin. Orientation information >

International students

Steps may vary due to the visa requirements associated with your country of residence and nationality.

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1. Submit your application.
2
Availability and entry requirements check - Martin Admissions team will check placement availability for your chosen course and ensure that you have met the necessary academic and English language entry requirements for the course you wish to study.
3
If your application is successful, we will issue you an offer including:
  
- A letter of offer
- Acceptance of Offer documents
- Under 18 welfare forms and information (if applicable)
- Accommodation form (if applicable)
4
To accept your offer, and confirm your place, you are required to:
  
- Sign and return the 'Acceptance of Offer' document
- Make payment as outlined in your offer letter
- Submit the completed under 18 documentation (if applicable)
- Submit completed accommodation form with preferences (if applicable)
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A welcome letter will be sent to you confirming your course and necessary details. Along with this welcome letter you will receive:
  
- The Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment document (eCOE) to apply for your Student Visa
- Confirmation of Appropriate Accommodation /Welfare Arrangements letter (CAAW) for under 18s (if applicable)
- If you have requested accommodation and airport reception, confirmation details will be sent to you.
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You will now need to apply for your visa to travel to Australia at your nearest Australian Overseas Diplomatic Mission. Please refer to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection for details >
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Once you arrive at the Campus, you'll be assisted through the process of registration, enrolment and familiarisation with Martin. Orientation information >

Application forms

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International: