International Students

Why study at Endeavour College of Natural Health

Endeavour College of Natural Health boasts the largest community of natural medicine students in the Southern Hemisphere, proudly operating as leaders in natural health education since 1975. We have helped over 18,000 graduates transition into the natural health industry; work-ready, with extensive hands-on experience and surrounded by a supportive alumni community.

As a private college, we provide several pathways into study for international students (which you can read more about below). Our education model has been developed to provide a high level of flexibility so that you can fit your studies around your current circumstances and lifestyle. No two student journeys will look the same because we will help you find the right path to meet your needs and what you see for your future.

Our student cohort is comprised of 5,000 passionate people who come from all walks of life. Intimate class sizes mean that you receive the highest level of education and connection to your peers and lecturers.

As an international student, you may be able to study the following courses:

*Not available to student visa holders unless entering via a 1-year equivalent credit pathway – our Diploma of Health Science gives you that equivalent credit. Find out more!

** Not available to student visa holders as this course is an online delivery only.

What is an International Student?

The College defines an International Student as someone who is not an Australian citizen or permanent resident or a New Zealand citizen or a permanent visa holder. This definition includes students studying onshore on a range of temporary visas (working holiday visa, tourist visa, graduate visa, student visa etc) or offshore as an online student. Information that applies only to students studying on specific visa classes (e.g. Student Visa) is specified when relevant. It should be noted that all international students pay fees specified for international students, regardless of visa subclass.

What is an equivalent credit pathway?

Some of our degrees require an equivalent credit pathway which proves you have related study experience before you begin one of our courses. This means that a course you have previously studied has a direct correlation to the degree you wish to do. For example, if you've done our one year Diploma of Health Science, this counts as an equivalent credit pathway as many of the subjects you'll undertake in this course will relate to any of our Bachelor of Health Science degrees. Want to know more? Ask one of our Admissions Advisers by calling 1300 462 887.

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International Courses

Endeavour College of Natural Health is the largest provider of complementary medicine higher education degrees in the Southern Hemisphere, with six campuses across Australia.

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Entry Requirements

Endeavour College of Natural Health is a registered provider on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) for its clinical undergraduate degrees.

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Policies to Know

Ready to apply for study at Endeavour as an international student? Find below all the information you need to know prior to submitting an application with us!

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Fees

All international students studying at the College and enrolled within a subject or course are expected to pay the international tuition fees for each study period in full prior to the start of the relevant study period. Tuition fees cover the cost of tuition only.

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Visa and Insurance Requirements

The College defines an International Student as someone who is not an Australian citizen or permanent resident or a New Zealand citizen or a permanent visa holder.

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Study Options

Endeavour offers selected evening and weekend lectures to help students fit their learning around family or work commitments.

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Key Dates

The College has two on-campus intake dates per year for international students

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How to Apply

Ready to start studying? Here’s what international students need to know about applying to study at Endeavour College of Natural Health.

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Living in Australia

Australia provides a safe and secure living environment. Australians are generally very tolerant people with a relaxed and friendly attitude.

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Endeavour Wellness Clinics

At Endeavour, we believe that a well-rounded student experience includes putting theory into practice. This is brought to life in our Endeavour Wellness Clinics, where our students complete practical hours in our public-facing clinic, preparing them to enter the industry with skills, experience, connections and confidence.

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