How to apply
Welcome to the application page.
Here you will find the step by step application process and the information on what you need to submit as part of making your application.
SMIC has a 4-Step application process:
Step 1Explore what SMIC offers
The first stage of application is to know about us and what you want to study and decide whether our course and services are the right fit for you. This means exploring this website, finding out your eligibility, course entry requirements, credit possibilities, and documentation required.
Step 2Submit an application form
The Application Forms can be found below:
Student Application Form
As you complete the form, please read carefully, complete all fields and attach all documentation listed on the checklist. Copies of the transcripts must be certified as true copy.
Application Method 1
Submit by email to: [email protected] or by mail to the SMIC office address (2-4 Marmaduke St, Burwood, NSW 2134). Please make sure that you complete all sections and attach all necessary documentation.
Submit online application below. Please make sure that you complete all sections and attached all necessary documentation.
Online Application Form
Application Method 3
You can submit an application through one of our Registered Agents. Please make sure that you submit the completed form with certified documentation in hard copy.
- confirm the receipt of your application,
- outline the next steps for admission, including information about offer-rounds and offer-dates, and
- request any missing or uncertified documentation.
Under the privacy legislation, SMIC College is able to communicate only with the applicant about their application.
Step 3Assessment, Pre-enrolment Interview and Letter of Offer
SMIC staff will then arrange a time for the person to conduct a pre-enrolment interview with a Sydney Metropolitan International College representative either in person or over the phone or other means. If successful, you will receive either a Letter of Offer (sometimes with conditions), or a letter declining your application. In either outcome you will be notiﬁed.
Once successful applicants have been sent an offer, they have two weeks to accept and pay the ﬁrst instalment of fees. Acceptance can be done online or via email.On accepting the offer students must pay the ﬁrst payment as listed in the Course Fees Breakdown in the Letter of Offer, which includes:
- Enrolment fee (non-refundable)
- First instalment of tuition fees, and
- Materials and any other fees as applicable A conﬁrmation of placement will be emailed back to the applicant.
At this point, applicants are welcome to apply for Credit or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) if applicable. Alternatively, applicants may defer their offer to start their studies in a later Term. Fees, Charges and Refund Policies are included in the offer letters and can also be viewed on the College website.
Once successful applicants have been sent an offer, they have two weeks to accept and pay the ﬁrst year’s fees in full.
Refer to the ‘Special conditions of the offer’ to ﬁnd out if you have any conditions. If you do, you must provide the conditional documents before accepting your offer.
Complete the letter of offer and Acceptance Agreement including signing section 9 of the Offer and acceptance authorisation.Return all pages of the letter of offer and Acceptance Agreement to:
- Your agent, if you applied through an agent or
- Email to the Admissions and Marketing department at [email protected] if you applied directly.
On accepting the offer students must pay the entire ﬁrst year fees as listed in the Course Fees Breakdown in the Letter of Offer. This is necessary in order for students to meet the requirements for their Genuine Temporary Entrant status. This is a pre-requisite to the issuing of a Visa.
A conﬁrmation of placement will be emailed back to the applicant. At this point, applicants should apply for a Student Visa.
Applicants are also welcome to apply for Credit or Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) if applicable. Fees, Charges and Refund Policies are included in the offer letters and can also be viewed on the College website.
Payment of fees & chargesOn accepting the offer, students must pay the first payment instalment* as listed in the Course Fees Breakdown in the Letter of Offer that includes:
- Enrolment fee (non-refundable)
- Tuition fees, and
- Materials fee
Please note that offshore students will need to pay the entire fees for the first year to meet their Genuine Temporary Entrant Requirements. Instalment options are only available for on-shore students.All student will have an option to pay all tuition fees in advance. If an onshore student wishes to pay the tuition fees in instalments, they must:
- First payment instalment must be paid in order to obtain an eCoE and to secure a place prior to course commencement date.
- The remaining tuition fees are paid in instalments and must be paid by the due date as listed in the Course Fees Breakdown in the Letter of Offer.
- A late fee of 10% will be applied for all payments received after the scheduled due date on the Letter of Offer
- Non-financial students will not be included on the class attendance sheet until outstanding fees have been paid
|Bank Cheque||Made payable to Sydney Metropolitan International College Pty Ltd|
|Direct deposit / Telegraphic Transfer||
Account Name: Sydney Metropolitan International College
Account Number: 11226243
Bank Name: Commonwealth Bank
BIC/Swift Code: CTBAAU2S
|Credit Card||Coming soon...|
For further information on fees, charges and payment options, please refer to the relavant policies.