You can choose to complete an online application or download our enrolment form in pdf. Ensure you have attached all the relevant documents such as certified copies of your passport, education qualifications, English qualifications, working experience (if relevant) and RPL application (if relevant).
Click to download International Student Enrolment Form
Click to Download Domestic Student Enrolment Form
Acceptance of Offer
Applicants whose application has been successful will be sent a Letter of Offer.
Applicants indicate their acceptance of an offer by signing the Acceptance Form which is attached with the Letter of Offer. It requires the applicant to acknowledge that they have read and understood all Terms of offer provided in the Letter of Offer, and transfer the amount shown as being due in the Letter of Offer.
Credit and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Applicants who wish to apply for credit for VET and HE Diploma courses must do so at the time of application for admissions at IIBT. The applicant must first indicate his/her wish to apply for credit on the Application for Enrolment Form. The Admissions Officer will forward the Application for Course Credit Form to the applicant. The applicant will be required to provide certified evidence demonstrating successful completion of subjects (‘pass’ grade or higher) or complete courses of formal study, provided they meet the equivalency conditions stated in the Credit and RPL Policy.
An applicant may apply for and be approved to defer commencement of studies at IIBT until a subsequent term (not more than 12 months). Refer to the Refund Policy – Withdrawal, Cancellation and Deferment for more details.
Fees and Charges
IIBT course fee schedule of tuition fees and other charges is available to students online via the IIBT website. Students should access this site regularly to ensure they have up-to-date information. Refer to the Fees Policy for more details.
A general Enrolment Fees of $250 will apply on all courses offered by IIBT. Applicants are only required to pay this fee when accepting a letter of offer.
Students must be at least 18 years of age at the time that they commence Higher Education Diploma courses. For other courses, please refer to entry requirements for more information.
• Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students are encouraged to apply for entry to any IIBT courses through general admissions.
• Domestic applicants with overseas qualifications
Australian citizens and permanent residents who have successfully completed overseas qualifications will be assessed by the Overseas Qualifications Unit (OQU) – Migration Services, Western Australian Department of Training and Workforce Development (DTWD).
Other useful information
Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) national register
Australian Skills Quality Authority
Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT)
Western Australia Tertiary Institutions Service Centre (TISC)
Department of Education
Department of Home Affairs – Immigration and Citizenship
Apply through an agent
If you’re applying to IIBT as an international student, you may need to apply through an agent.
Students applying to IIBT under a Student Visa (subclass 500) may be required to apply through an agent. At IIBT, we have a global network of agents available to help you find the right course and assist you with your application.
Students applying from offshore from the following countries must apply through one of IIBT agents.
Bangladesh, Bhutan, Ghana, India, Iran, Iraq, Kenya, Lebanon, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Rwanda, Turkey, Vietnam or Zimbabwe.
Students applying from the above countries are required to submit additional documents to meet GTE assessment requirements, students must complete and submit the following forms:
IIBT Visa Additional Information Checklist
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IIBT Visa Checklist Applicant’s Extended Family
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