Academic entry requirements – successful completion of Australian year 12 or equivalent
English language entry requirements – Generally IELTS (academic) score of 5.5 or equivalent
Any course specific requirements – see Course outline
Apply online or through a Cornzal registered Education Agent by submitting your application with required
Please download the Application Form from our website. It is important that you complete all the relevant sections of the application form accurately.
Please attach the required documentation as indicated such as certified copy of your academic results (highest qualification, translated into English if applicable), copy of passport, proof of English language proficiency, etc.
With your online application, please remember to provide academic documentation including academic transcripts. Graduation certificate and grading scales (including the pass mark and graduation requirements if applicable). If you are applying for a course that has selection and/or extra requirements, please also provide the necessary documentation with your online application. You will also be required to provide original or certified academic documentation (or other supporting documents) upon request.
Pay Non-Refundable Application Fee of $250 directly to Cornzal.
Email your application with documents required to email@example.com
Please ensure you use the following format for the email subject:
You can also use our agent, by arranging an appointment with one of their student consultants.
Please see our agent list here
If you are applying through a Cornzal agent, please contact them for assistance. Some agents may charge a fee for additional services, so please ask what these costs are BEFORE you make an appointment. Please ensure that your agent is an authorised agent by visiting:
Our International Office – Cornzal Global Assist will assess your application and may request additional information as follows:
1. We like to talk to each applicant before we accept you into the course, please be prepared for a phone call. We may ask you additional questions or request clarification of information that relates to your application.
2. Financial Evidence – Cornzal reserves the right to ask applicants to present evidence of funds subject to assessment of the application.
Once you have read and understood all the details and signed the Letter of Offer and Acceptance Agreement, (including Student Declaration and Agent Declaration if applicable), please return the signed copies to firstname.lastname@example.org along with evidence of payment of your Fees deposit.
You may also be required to start a process to obtain a Police Clearance Certificate, (if a requisite Course requirement) and email a copy to us to retain on file.
Submit your student visa application to the nearest Australian Embassy or consulate in your country of residence. For more information on student visas, please refer as follows:
Department of Home Affairs
You can also use the services of a registered immigration agent to assist you with this
process. You should clarify upfront any fees and charges the agent may charge.
Make Travel Arrangements
Once your student visa has been granted, please advise Cornzal. You should then organise your flight bookings, airport pick up, and accommodation in advance. Cornzal can assist you with these arrangements. You should aim to arrive in Australia at least one week before your course starts to give you time to settle in. You will also be sent an invitation to attend a compulsory Orientation before the course commencement.
When should you apply?
Apply as early as possible. Some courses may close a few months or a year before the start of the course, while others have quotas. Aim to have your online application submitted as early as possible. This allows time for your application to be processed and can help ensure that you secure a place in your preferred course if limited places are available.
Important Information for International Students before making Application for Enrolment
Cornzal’s policies and procedures for International Students are in accordance with the Australian Government Education for Overseas Students Act 2000 (ESOS Act), the Education Services for Overseas Student Regulations 2001 and the National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2018 (National Code).
Incorrect or incomplete applications will not be processed and may lead to a delay in processing time. Please ensure that all documents provided are certified or notarised by an authorised organisation. Cornzal reserves the right to decline applications for any reason at our discretion. Cornzal will not refund any money paid by an international
student or intending international student in relation to a course if the student submits fraudulent documents, misleading information or fails to disclose previous visa refusal/cancellation and/or makes false declaration on the application forms.
Applying for Course Credit
Cornzal may grant credit for subjects with satisfactory grades that have been undertaken at other registered providers if:
– The subject is considered to be equivalent in content and standard to those offered by Cornzal
– The subject is relevant to the planned course of study.
It should be noted that awarded credit may affect the course and visa duration. To apply for credit assessment, you will need to flag it on your course application form and submit the relevant subject outlines to support your application.
Arrange your student visa
The Australian Government, Department of Home Affairs (DHA) is responsible for issuing visas for entry to Australia. In general, as an international student, you will need a student visa to study at Cornzal. Under a student visa, you may ONLY enrol in a Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) registered course.
You are advised NOT to commence the visa application process until you have been issued with your CoE by Cornzal. We work very hard to provide efficient response times, so it is important that you provide ALL necessary information at the time of application to avoid delays.
It is important to note that your student visa application may take up to six (6) months or longer, depending on your personal circumstances, your nationality and country of residence.
When applying for a student visa, you will need to satisfy all core visa criteria, including the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) requirements, good character and health criteria. Financial capacity and English language proficiency documentation may also be required.
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