As a student at WEI, you are able to enrol in all the Courses before course started.
You are encouraged to apply for enrolment as early as possible to allow for the time it takes to
process your student visa. You should apply well before the intake commences to ensure the best
opportunity of placement (the duration of this process depends on the country you apply from).
Early application is recommended to ensure places are available.
Please note intakes are subject to change so please enquire with our admission team for detailed
How to Apply
Applications for admission by international students must be made using the student enrolment
form. Enrolment forms are available upon request or you can download from our website.
Students must complete the student enrolment form and send the completed form to the institute
together with certified copies of the following:
2. IELTS score certificate or equivalent English test result
3. Evidence to show they have attained Year 12 or equivalent
4. Your visa if applicable
5. Admission form
Completed student enrolment forms will be processed by the institute and the application assessed
based on the information supplied. Workforce Education may request that the student provides a
statement of purpose as to why they have selected the course of study. We may also request an
interview with the applicant.
The participants for each program offered by the institute will be selected in a manner that reflects
access and equity principles. You may speak to our staff or visit our website for more details.
Once your application to study at Workforce Education is approved you will be sent a Letter of Offer
and Acceptance. The Letter of Offer and Acceptance will detail how to make your initial payment.
Under the National Code 2018. International students are required to sign the Letter of Offer and
Acceptance and keep a copy for their records.
Letter of Offer and Acceptance Form
The student agreement will be in plain English:
Outline the course or courses in which you are to be enrolled and any conditions on your
The expected course start and finish date.
The location at which the course will be delivered.
The modes of study for the course, including compulsory online and/or face to face training
and/or workbased training, placements and/or other community-based learning and/or
collaborative research training arrangements.
Outline the pre-requisites necessary to enter the course(s), including English language
Provide an payment plan of course money payable by the student and the periods to which
tuition fees relate.
That you may choose to pay more than 50% of fees before their course commencement.
Provide details of any non-tuition fees you may incur, including as a result of having your
study outcomes reassessed, material fee, application fee, deferral of study, fees for late payment of
tuition fees, or other circumstances in which additional fees may apply.
Outline the complaints and appeals process.
Set out the circumstances in which your personal information may be shared between the
registered provider and the Australian Government and designated authorities. This information
includes personal and contact details, course enrolment details and changes, and the circumstances
of any suspected breach by the student of a student visa condition.
Advise the student of their obligation to notify the registered provider of a change of
address, mobile number, email address and who to contact in an emergency while enrolled in the
course and to keep a copy of the written agreement and receipts of payment.