Study

If you’re already studying in Australia (onshore application), applying to study a graduate course is a little different. The following guide is for you to start enjoy our online offer application services. If you are an international student in offshore, not currently studying in Australia, please use the offshore application guide.

1

Before you apply

You’re ready to take the next step in your academic career. Studying overseas is an exciting way to go. At this stage, you should:

  • Find the right course for you, and make sure you meet the entry requirements
  • Check that you are eligible to renew your student visa, and find out about the process involved
  • Find out what the fees for your course are and the range of scholarships that are available to help you.

If you’d prefer to speak to someone in person about your application or finding the right graduate study option for you, please contact AMEC education consultant online for the course advice.

2

How to apply

When you submit your application, We will confirm the documents are ready to lodge and application fee waiver or not within Two to Three University/ College working days.

Acknowledgement

The University will send an acknowledgement e-mail to you, usually within 14 days of receiving your application from AMEC.

If your application is complete and we do not require any further information, then your application will be assessed. This takes approximately four to six weeks for most graduate courses.

3

After you apply – accepting your offer

If your application is successful, your offer letter will be emailed directly to you.

If the offer is conditional, then you need to meet the conditions of your offer before accepting the offer. If you have been sent an unconditional offer, you can choose to accept it immediately.

If you choose not to accept the offer right away, you can also:

  • Considering deferring your offer.
  • Ask to be considered for a different course than the one you originally applied for, by submitting your change of preference via email, by fax or in writing to AMEC (info@amecnews.com)
  • Decline your offer.

Unsuccessful applicants will receive an outcome letter via e-mail.

4

Preparing for study

Once you’ve accepted your offer to study in Australia, there are a few other things you’ll want to think about. Below are some helpful resources, including enrolment information, to make the transition to graduate study easier for you.

Visas

If you haven’t done so already, you’ll need to renew your student visa and student health cover. You should have received information about these processes with your offer of a place from the University.

The first step in your new graduate study career is enrolling and attending orientation – you probably know where is your campus location already, but this is a great opportunity to meet other new graduate students.

Apply for Study in Australia Tips
(from University of Melbourne)

1

Before you apply

You’re ready to take the next step in your academic career. Studying overseas is an exciting way to go. At this stage, you should:

  • Find the right course for you, you can please submit your current Education and/or Working experience background online first to us to communicate the better Australian studying plan for you.
  • Check that you meet the English language requirements
  • Make sure you’re eligible for the appropriate visa to study in Australia
  • Find out what the fees for your course are and the range of scholarships that are available to help you

2

How to apply

You can apply online by following application system.

When you submit your application, We will confirm the documents are ready to lodge and application fee waiver or not within Two to Three University/ College working days.

Acknowledgement

The University will send an acknowledgement e-mail to you, usually within 14 days of receiving your application from AMEC.

If your application is complete and we do not require any further information, then your application will be assessed. This takes approximately four to six weeks for most graduate courses.

3

After you apply – accepting your offer

If your application is successful, your offer letter will be emailed directly to you.

If the offer is conditional, then you need to meet the conditions of your offer before accepting the offer. If you have been sent an unconditional offer, you can choose to accept it immediately.

If you choose not to accept the offer right away, you can also:

  • Considering deferring your offer.
  • Ask to be considered for a different course than the one you originally applied for, by submitting your change of preference via email, by fax or in writing to AMEC (info@amecnews.com)
  • Decline your offer.

Unsuccessful applicants will receive an outcome letter via e-mail.

4

Preparing for study

Once you’ve accepted your offer to study in Australia, there are a few other things you’ll want to think about. Below are some helpful resources, including enrolment information, to make the transition to graduate study easier for you.

Visas

If you haven’t done so already, you’ll need to renew your student visa and student health cover. You should have received information about these processes with your offer of a place from the University.

The first step in your new graduate study career is enrolling and attending orientation – you probably know where is your campus location already, but this is a great opportunity to meet other new graduate students.

Apply for Study in Australia Tips
(from University of Melbourne)

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