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Step 1- Getting Started
Download and complete the International Student Application form. Complete all sections of the international Application form, attach two passport photos, copies of academic qualifications, evidence of your English language abilities, copy of passport and also read all the policies and conditions before signing the application form.
Attach certified translations for documents that are not in English, remember to go through the application checklist to see that you have provided all the relevant information.
Step 2 - Letter of Offer
Once we have seen your original documents and if your application satisfies Endeavour's course entry requirements, you will receive a letter of offer.
Step 3 - Confirmation of Enrolment
When we have verified your payment of fees stated in the letter of offer, we will provide you with an electronic confirmation of enrolment (eCOE) after which you can apply for a student visa. When your student visa application has been approved you will be eligible to come to Australia and begin your course of study.
Step 4 - Enrolment
Endeavour College of Natural Health will then enrol you into the subjects as per course structure.
Step 5 – Orientation and Other information
There will be an orientation week before your course starts, in which we will explain to you all you need to know to be successful in your studies with Endeavour. The international student advisor will send you a welcome email including your timetable and orientation session details.
Step 6 - Arrive in Australia and Prepare to Begin
If you need help with accommodation or airport pickup, contact us and we will be able to provide you with information about accommodation options and help you organise airport pickup. Arrangement of airport pickup and accommodation will incur a fee charge.
Credit transfer may be granted for any subject given in your course if you can provide evidence that you have already studied equivalent content within 10 years.
You are eligible to apply if:
You are NOT eligible to apply if:
For a step by step process and further details please refer to the document here. Credit Transfer Process
RPL may be applied for any subject in your course given that you can provide evidence that you have already met the learning outcomes of the subject, through either formal study and/or through work experience.
You are eligible to apply if:
You are NOT eligible to apply if:
For a step by step process and further details please refer to the document here. RPL Process
If an applicant accepts a place offered by the College and pays the fees, this means a binding contract is created between the student and the College. This refunds policy agreement, and the availability of complaints and appeals processes, does not remove the right of the student to take action under Australia's consumer protection laws.
|Date:Reason:||More then 10 weeks prior to study||Up to 10 weeks prior study||Commencement date till Friday of the 4th week||After Friday of the 4th week|
|If the visa is refused by the Australian Authorities||100%*||100%*||100%*||N/A|
|If the student withdraws||90%*||70%*||30%*||0%*|
|If the college has to withdraw the student due to breach of visa conditions||0%*||0%*||0%*||0%*|
|Any tuition fees for subsequent semester||100%**||100%**||100%**||100%**|
|If cancellation due to college being unable to provide the course||100%***||100%***||100%***||100%***|
|If cancellation due to course not being provided in full to student||100%***||100%***||100%***||100%***|
|If cancellation because of any sanctions imposed on the upon the registered provider||100%***||100%***||100%***||100%***|
|Cancellations due to Special or compelling circumstances||100%****||100%****||100%****||100%****|
* Non refundable enrolment fee of $250
** Administration Fee of $400 incurred and Non refundable enrolment fee of $250
*** Full refund including enrolment fee.
IN THESE CIRCUMSTANCES STUDENT REFUNDS ARE COVERED BY THE ESOS ACT 2000 AND THE ESOS REGULATION 2001.
**** It must meet the following two conditions:
• The circumstances were beyond the student’s control
• The circumstances made it impracticable for the student to complete the requirements of the relevant subject
These include but are not limited to:
- Medical reasons: Where a student’s medical condition has changed to such an extent that they are unable to continue studies.
- Family/Personal Reasons: Such as death or severe medical problems within a family, or unforseen family financial difficulties, so that it is unreasonable to expect the student to continue studies.
- Course Related Reasons: Where the college has changed the unit or course it had offered and the person is disadvantaged by either.
o Not being able to complete unit or course, or
o Not being given credit towards other units or courses
o Evidence (original, independent documentation) must be provided.
In the event of a course not being delivered, Endeavour will let students know about the consumer protection offered to them under the ESOS legislative framework. Endeavour encourages all prospective students to read through our Policies and Procedures document (which includes the Endeavour College of Natural Health Complaints and Appeals Procedures). This document can be found on our website www.endeavour.edu.au through the e-portal or at Reception at any of our
campuses. The availability of complaints and appeals processes, does not remove the right of the student to take action under Australia’s consumer protection laws.
Claiming a Refund
1. Students should refer to the refund policy above to check whether their refund is valid. If unsure the student should seek advice from a student adviser.
2. If within the policy the student is required to write a formal letter requesting a refund of their fees.
3. Once the student’s request has been notified and put through the student adviser will contact the student with information regarding the approval or decline
of the refund requested. If approved, the student will be notified of the approval date and the refund should be processed within 4 weeks of the date.
Fees are charged for withdrawing from subjects. Deferral from a course, for any length of time, may result in the relevant fee being charged. These cancellation fees apply to all students that are currently enrolled.
Cancellation Fee - on-campus students
More than 1 month prior to star semester/trimester - $100 per subject cancellation fee
Less than 1 month prior to star semester/trimester - $100 per subject cancellation fee
After start of semester to Census Date* - $200 per subject
cancellation fee After Census Date* - No refund, No credit transfer
Cancellation Fee – external students
From time enrolment is processed to official start date - $100 per subject cancellation fee
From official star date until Census Date* - $200 per subject cancellation fee
After Census Date* - No refund, No credit transfer
* For Census Dates refer to the semester/trimester calendar. Note these dates are subject to change.
Contact Endeavour International Student Team for more information:
International Student Education
Phone:+613 9655 9528
Address: 368 Elizabeth Street,
Melbourne, VIC 3000. Australia