Enrolment Procedure for International Students
Step 1: Application for Enrolment
Download and carefully read the Handbook for International Students from our website.
Read the Student Enrolment Agreement and ensure you understand all the requirements. Complete your Application for Enrolment Form indicating which course/date you are applying for and ensure that you have answered all the questions.
Sign both the Agreement and the Application form and return them to Massage Schools of Queensland.
Please also attach:
- Copies of your academic qualifications, such as Graduate Certificate from high school, college or university
*if they have translated into English they will need to be certified as a correct copy
- Evidence of your English language proficiency
*example: IELTS score of 4.5 for Certificate IV / IELTS 5.5 for Diploma *If English is your first language, you don’t need any evidence.
- The front section of your passport that shows your personal details
- GTE Assessment form (If applicable)You can submit the forms online or download the forms from the website and return them to Massage Schools of Queensland by email, fax or post.
Step 2: Letter of Offer
If your application is successful, you will receive a Letter of Offer along with an Acceptance of Offer form from Massage Schools of Queensland. This letter will explain the course that you have been accepted in, the amount of fees which you will need to pay, and requirements for overseas health cover.
You will also receive an invoice for payment of your deposit and a payment plan if you required. Arrange the payments as required.
Step 3: Confirmation of Enrolment
To accept the offer of a place, sign the Acceptance of Offer form and pay the amount of the initial invoice, and send proof of payment to Massage Schools of Queensland. When your payment has been verified, you will be issued an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE) for your place on the course.
Step 4: Visa
With your Confirmation of Enrolment, you can make an application for your Student Visa through the Department of Immigration website. https://www.border.gov.au/ You can also take your eCOE to your authorized visa agent, who will advise you about your student visa application and the appropriate regulations.
When your student visa has been approved you will be eligible to come to Australia and begin your course.