Are you ready to take your first steps towards UWA?
International Student Application
Applying online is quick and easy. If you don't have all your information available right now, you can save your application and return to it at a later date. You can also submit your supporting documents via the form.
Once your application has been received a Student Enrolment Adviser will review it and contact you directly. They will outline any additional documents that may be needed to support your application and explain the best way to send these to us. After your application has been approved an adviser will let you know how to pay your deposit to secure your place with us.
Or you can download an application form and email a completed copy and your supporting documents (see below) to email@example.com
If you prefer to apply by post or fax, our contact details are:
Level 24, 201 Elizabeth Street
Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
F: +61 2 9267 0531
To apply through an agent, download and complete an application form and return
it to your local representative along with
the required supporting documents (see below).
We'll review your application and notify you, in writing, of the outcome.
Domestic Student Application
If you are a domestic student, you can apply for the Diploma of Commerce and Diploma of Science programs. You will need to prepare the following documents, and email them to Admissions.
- Completed application form for domestic students
- WACE results and ATAR score OR transcripts of the most two years of studies (if completed overseas)
- Copy of passport (and Australian visa) if available
- IELTS/TOEFL (if available)
The application process
This is a general description of what happens once you've submitted your application to study at Taylors College.
There may be extra steps depending on the country you are applying from and your visa requirements.
1. Submit your application
You can either apply online to join a course or send a copy by post or fax. Applying online is easy, fast and safe and goes directly to the Student Enrolment Advisor who deals with your country of residence.
2. Your eligibility checked against entry requirements and availability
Once we receive your application, we'll check to see if you meet all of the entry requirements for the course you want to study. We will also check that there are places available on your chosen course.
3. Offer of a place or an alternative plan
If there is a place available and you meet the entry requirements, we will write to you with a formal offer of a place at Taylors College. If the course is full or you don't meet the requirements, we will offer you an alternative study plan.
4. Deposit payment
To accept our offer and reserve your place you will need to pay the first installment of your fees as a deposit.
5. Accommodation availability check
Once we've received your deposit we'll check availability for your chosen accommodation and, if possible, hold a place for you.
6. Place confirmation
We'll then write to you to confirm your reserved course place.
7. Accommodation and arrival confirmation
In good time for your arrival we'll ask you to forward your flight information, and we'll confirm details about your accommodation.
8. Meeting you at the airport or campus
We look forward to welcoming you, either at the airport (if you've booked an airport pickup) or on campus.
You will need to submit the following documents along with your application:
- Verified copies of your academic qualifications (translated into English)
- Evidence of English language proficiency
- A copy of your passport, visa or birth certificate
Before you apply take the time to carefully review our terms and conditions
The Australian Government is committed to making sure overseas students in Australia have a safe, enjoyable and rewarding place to study. Australia's laws promote quality education and consumer protection for overseas students. These laws are known as the ESOS framework (Education Services for Overseas Students).
For more information about your rights and responsibilities as an international student studying in Australia, visit the Study in Australia website
(Not available to international students)
FEE-HELP is a loan scheme that assists eligible students to pay tuition fees.
The Australian Government pays the amount of the loan directly to the student's Higher Education Provider - Taylors College. Students then repay their loan through the Australian taxation system once their income rises above the minimum threshold for compulsory repayment.
For undergraduate courses of study, the government applies a loan fee of 25% to FEE-HELP loans. Additional information about the FEE-HELP loan scheme is available from the Government's Study Assist website.
The FEE-HELP Assistance Application Form and a hardcopy of the Government's FEE-HELP information booklet can be obtained from the College.