- passport, citizenship certificate or visa, as applicable
- certificates, degrees or diplomas
- recognition of prior learning form (if applicable), available for download here
A certified copy is a copy of an original document that has been verified as being a true copy after the original document has been sighted. Any of the following persons are authorised to certify official documents: Justice of the Peace, Lawyer, Dentist, Pharmacist, Medical Practitioner, Veterinarian, Accountant, Police Officer or Teacher). Click here for certification guidelines.
If you do NOT have a Beauty or Health related qualification, you MUST attach your 1000-word essay. You can download a guide to writing your essay here. You can upload files in the following formats; zip, pdf, txt, doc, docx, rtf, jpg, bmp, jpeg, png, tif. Each file can be up to 2Mb in size.
As of 1st of January 2015, you will need a Unique Student Identifier (USI) when enrolling to study.
A Unique Student Identifier (USI) is a reference number made up of numbers and letters that gives students access to their USI account. A USI will allow an individual's USI account to be linked to the National Vocational Education and Training (VET) Data Collection allowing an individual to see all of their training results from all providers including all completed training units and qualifications.
The USI will make it easier for students to find and collate their VET achievements into a single authenticated transcript. It will also ensure that students' VET records are not lost.
You can apply for your USI here. The application process only takes 5 minutes. It is compulsory for you to have a USI and we encourage you to apply for it as soon as you can and preferably BEFORE your enrolment is finalised.
Please ensure you have CERTIFIED copies of the above documents ready, as you will need to attach them as you fill out your application. Failure to supply certified documents will slow down the application process and you may not be able enrol by your preferred start date.Begin Application Process