Here are the College’s key documents and policies that you need to know and understand, and agree to adhere to if your application to study at Endeavour is successful.
To assist you understand what is required from you as a student studying in each degree, we have identified Inherent Course Requirements and encourage you to read these requirements and identify with your enrolment adviser if you would like to discuss these further during your enrolment interview.
Bachelor of Health Science (Acupuncture)Bachelor of Health Science (Myotherapy)Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy)Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine)Bachelor of Complementary Medicine
This policy applies to all domestic applicants looking to study in a higher education undergraduate qualification (excluding Honours). This policy outlines the entry requirements for all courses and other conditions of enrolment that may exist.
All students with English as an additional language may be required to show evidence of English language proficiency to a certain level depending on the degree.
Bachelor of Health Science (Acupuncture) and postgraduate degrees at Endeavour College of Natural Health
All other Bachelor degrees at Endeavour College of Natural Health and Undergraduate Certificates (other than Human Biology) at Endeavour College of Natural Health
VET Diplomas and Undergraduate Certificate in Human Biology at Endeavour College of Natural Health
English test results must be no more than two years old.
Please note: The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (CMBA) has English proficiency requirements which must be satisfied prior to registration and practice in the field.
English proficiency policy
All students enrolling in a course that has a clinic component must be able to obtain a valid WWCC Check (or equivalent) prior to undertaking any pre-clinical, work integrated learning or client-based clinical/practicum components of their qualifications.
Working with children checks policy
All on campus students are required to comply with the Infection Control precautions as outlined in the policy.
Notifiable diseases and infection control policy
Reasonable adjustments may be made to accommodate a student with disability or special needs and reduce the impact of a disability or special need on a student’s academic success. Students with a disability or special need will discuss any potential need for reasonable adjustments with the Access and Equity Officer upon disclosure and registration with the Access and Equity Program.
Reasonable adjustment policy
Your progression through to graduation will be dependent on you committing to re-enrol in the correct sequence of subjects each year and successful completion of all relevant subjects as listed in the course structure.
Academic progression policy
The College has multiple intakes of subjects throughout the year. In some instances, it may be necessary to cancel an intake for a course for viability reasons prior to the next teaching period.
Course & subject viability policy
For those students who cannot actively engage in their studies in a particular subject or course, or wish not to continue their studies the College provides the options or deferrals and withdrawals.
Deferral, withdrawal and course variation policy
It is a requirement that all students pay the fees owing (or nominate to pay via FEE-HELP) by census date for each study period. Census date for each study period is outlined on the College calendars and is usually the fourth Friday of each study period.
For more information, please see Fees and Payment Options and the Fees Policy – Domestic – HE.
Non Award study allows students to enrol into higher education subjects for personal interest or professional development without committing to a full award course.
Non award policy
In compliance with the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000, the information requested on the College's application form will only be used for purposes associated with your enrolment. Some information is collected for the purpose of assessing your entitlement to Commonwealth Assistance under the Higher Education Support Act 2003 and in order to allocate a Commonwealth Higher Education Student Support Number (CHESSN).
The purpose of this Code of Conduct that underpins the Endeavour student experience is to define the partnership that exists between students, the staff who teach them and the broader College community. This code outlines what it means to be student member of the Endeavour community and student responsibilities and expectations.
Read the Student Code of Conduct