Domestic Application for Admission
Vocational Education & Training and Higher Education
All applications for Semester 2, apart from the courses below, have now closed. 
The following courses are still available for Semester 2 start dates:
- HE: Diploma of Chaplaincy (see schedule on AC website)
- VET: Certificate III in Music Industry (Term 4 - Online), Diploma of Music Industry (Term 4 - Parramatta and Online), Certificate IV and Diploma of Ministry and Diploma of Leadership (September and October intake - Online), Certificate IV in Chaplaincy and Pastoral Care (see schedule on AC website)
 
Please note that you will need to provide the following documents to complete this form:
 
- A copy of Passport or Birth Certificate (must be Passport if you were not born in Australia).
- If you were not born in Australia and do not have an Australian passport please provide proof of your Citizenship. (Evidence includes Permanent Residency visa or Australian Citizen Certificate).
- A certified copy of your Transcripts.
 
All certified* documents will need to be scanned and uploaded in the correct field.
 
*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 by an authorised person (Justice of Peace).
Personal Details
I am an International Student requiring a Student Visa to study in Australia. *
Note: As you are an international student, this is not the correct application form. 
 
The correct application form can be found here
I will be studying *
If you are applying for the RPL Diploma of Community Services, please click this link to complete the Community Services RPL Application form RPL Pre Application Form
 
If you are applying for the RPL Diploma of Music Industry, please click this link to complete the Music RPL Application form RPL Pre Application Form
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Contact Details
 
Postal Address
  
Course Details
Please select type of award: * 
VET Courses

Vocational Education and Training (VET)

Australian Vocational Education and Training (VET) Courses provide students with skills that employers have identified as important in the workplace. They are also generally considered to provide more practical, work-orientated skills than the higher education (university) system.

HE Courses

Higher Education (HE)

AC Higher Education (HE) programs are available for theology, business, education, social sciences and ministry.

Additional documents you will require to complete this form:

Students completing the full award are required to provide a letter from a Minister/Organisation which must endorse your suitability to undertake a community services placement within the community.

This can be uploaded at the end of this application.

If you are applying for the RPL award please click this link to complete the pre-approval RPL Application form RPL Pre Application Form

Please note: The Diploma of Arts and Graduate Diploma of Applied Social Science is a pathway for students who would like to receive counselling accreditation and have not completed a Bachelor of Applied Social Science or equivalent.
Please note: The Diploma of Arts and Graduate Diploma of Applied Social Science is a pathway for students who would like to receive counselling accreditation and have not completed a Bachelor of Applied Social Science or equivalent.
Higher Degree Research Applicants
 
Have you completed an Expression of Interest form?
 
HDR applicants must complete an Expression of Interest form prior to submitting a formal application to their research degree of interest. The Expression of Interest form gives potential research candidates the opportunity to summarise their research intentions and will initiate an interview to assess the candidate's suitability for research and availability of supervision.
 
Please do not proceed with this form if you have not yet:
- completed an Expression of Interest form, or
- undergone the initial interview process
 
Please complete the Expression of Interest form.
 
  
Referral Source & Study Reason
  
Unique Student Identifier (USI)
Do you have a USI (Unique Student Identifier)? *
From 1 January 2015, all students enrolled in VET courses are required to have a USI (Unique Student Identifier).  The USI is issued by the Australian Government and must be provided to Alphacrucis College before you can receive a training record or qualification. For more information on the USI click here. If you don’t already have a USI please click here to create one before completing this form OR make sure you provide your USI to us when you commence your studies.
 
Disability
 
Please note: This information is requested to support you through your studies. It will not impact your admission eligibility
 
Educational History
 
Secondary Level

Tertiary Level (TAFE, College, University)
Have you completed any studies in Australia? *
 
Education level of your Parents or Guardians
 
The Department of Employment, Education and Workplace Relations requires this information to be collected for statistical purposes. It will not be used by Alphacrucis College in the assessment of your Application for Admission.
 
Emergency Contact (please give us contact details of a friend or relative)
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Are they in Australia or overseas? *
What is your method of payment for your tuition? *
What is your method of payment for your tuition? *
What is your method of payment for your tuition? *
Please read the following information about VET student loans:
 
1. General information about the loan:
 
a) this is a loan from the Commonwealth, and
 
b) the loan will remain a personal debt until it is repaid to the Commonweath, and
 
c) the loan may, until the debt is repaid, reduce a student's take-home (after-tax) wage or salary and may reduce the student's borrowing capacity, and
 
d) a student may wish to seek independant financial advice before applying for a loan.
 
2. You may be required during the course to communicate your agreement that the Secretary continue to use the VET student loan to pay tuition fees for the course (student progression and engagement requirements).
 
3. Students will be required to complete an electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form (eCAF) to apply for Commonwealth assistance for this course. Please note that you must meet the citizenship eligibilty requirements and have a current Tax File Number. For more information, please refer to the VET student loan eCAF Fact Sheet.
 
4. The maximum amount of a VET student loan that may be available for the course is $10,000. The amount of the loan cannot be greater than the student's remaining FEE-HELP balance.
 
5. The total VET student loan debt you may incur if you receive the maximum VET student loan of $10,000 would be $12,000 which includes the student loan fee of 20%.
 
6. The tuition fees will be reasonably apportioned across three sequential fee periods. Each fee period will contain one census date.
 
Census Date Information:
 
The census date is the last day that you can:
 
a) complete an eCAF to apply for a VET student loan for your course
b) withdraw your enrolment without incurring a debt for the course or part of the course
 
If you withdraw before the census date for a course or part of a course, you will not incur a VET student loan debt for the course or part of the course and will receive a refund for any tuition fees already paid for the course or part of the course.
 
To cancel your enrolment, you must do so on or before the census date by completing a Variation of Enrolment Form
 
For more information on withdrawing from a course or part of a course before the census date, please refer to the Refund Policy found on the Alphacrucis website.
 
Other Information:
 
Please refer to the Fees Information page on the Alphacrucis website for information on:
 
a) tuition fees for the course
b) the fee periods for the course
c) the census dates for each of the fee periods for the course
 
Please note: it is important for an enrolled student to notify Alphacrucis College of any change of contact details.
 
The department will contact you to verify your enrolment in the course.
 
To receive the VET student loan, you must meet the academic eligibilty requirements of either:
 
a) Year 12 Certificate issued by your state's Board of Studies, OR
b) Certificate IV qualification award or higher, OR
c) Achieve an Exit Level 3 or higher in a literacy and numeracy test
 
If you choose option A or B, you MUST provide evidence of your qualification and upload it below.
 
Application Checklist
 
Please ensure that you attach all the documents required for entry into your course of study. Incomplete applications will delay your application.
Note: A certified (notarized) document is one that has been certified as a true copy of the original by an authorised witness like a Justice of the Peace or Solicitor.







Working with Children Check (WWCC): new students enrolling in 2017 are required to complete the new Working with Children Check online. You are classified as ‘volunteers’ in Education. Submit an application online and also print a copy and upload as an attachment to your application.
 
If you are offshore and unable to provide an Australian WWCC, please submit a similar Police Check or WWCC from your current location. You will still be required to provide a WWCC when you arrive in Australia.


If you are seeking entry into the Graduate Certificate of Leadership on the basis of Professional Entry (e.g. You have no undergraduate degree), you must provide a CV AND cover letter which demonstrates a minimum of 5 years of professional experience in leadership.
An audition (by video) is required for entrance to this award, this is to demonstrate your current level of instrumental/vocal competence to set you up for success. This can be a simple smartphone recording, youtube link (you can leave this as unsearchable, so others don't see it) or other performance video link (note: the quality of video recording is not part of the audition). Please let us know how you wish to audition? *

 
Privacy

Alphacrucis College requires the information requested of you in this form in order to provide you with education services and cater for particular student’s needs. If you do not provide all the relevant information, we may not be able to provide such services and to assess your academic progress.

Please also note that Alphacrucis College may provide your personal information and sensitive information to third parties (eg. educational institutions such as universities, colleges and accreditation boards and Australian government bodies such as DEEWR, Centrelink and the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, Tuition Assurance Scheme, ESOS Assurance Fund Manager) in order to provide you with education services and assess your academic progress or suitability. Here is a link to AC's Privacy Policy.

 
Policy and Procedures
 
Computer Literacy and Internet Access
Computer and internet literacy and access are essential skills. The College’s Admissions Policy is that students require access to computer and internet facilities. Written assignments are submitted online in typescript with some assignment topics requiring database and internet research.
 
Declaration
I declare that I have definite access to the funds as outlined above. I understand that, should I experience financial difficulties, I (or my sponsor) will continue to be responsible for my own tuition fees and living expenses and that I will not be able to seek fee assistance or other financial assistance from AC. *
I have read and agree to abide by the Code of Conduct and I understand and accept the Policies and Procedures of Alphacrucis College. I wish to be considered for entry into the program that I have nominated. I declare that the information that I have provided herein is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. *
I understand and accept that I have computer literacy skills and have access to a computer and internet facilities. *
I understand that the Mission and Values of Alphacrucis College are based on Christian faith and beliefs. I acknowledge that Christian worldview and values will be an integrated part of the curriculum in all courses. *
Note: The usual processing time for applications is 2-5 business days. We endeavor to respond to applications as quickly as possible. If you have submitted this form but have not heard from us within 5 business days, please don't hesitate to contact us at admissions@ac.edu.au.
 
 
 
CRICOS Provider Name: Alphacrucis College
CRICOS Provider Codes: 00958A(NSW), 03154B(QLD)