Applying for Courses 2017-11-24T16:28:21+00:00

Applying
for Courses

How to Apply

1. Information session

Participate in an information session.

2. Submit an Application

Submit an application and complete the required documentation. Certified copies of academic transcripts, a current resume, two written references (one academic and one professional reference).

3. Group Interview

Participate in a small group interview.
(Doctoral applicants will be asked to attend a 1 on 1 interview).

Selection

Applicants will be considered according to;

  • Past academic performance
  • Relevant and sufficient work and other life experience

  • Capacity to express ideas fluently in written form

  • Capacity to attune to others in the interview

  • Capacity to describe and not interpret experience

  • Written references

Admission

Applicants will be notified in writing of an offer of admission. This offer will include all relevant terms and conditions.

All documentation required for Enrolment will be sent to the student at this time including FEE-HELP Application form and booklet.

Acceptance of Offer

Acceptance of an offer is indicated by signing and returning to MIECAT an Enrolment Declaration Form by the date indicated on the letter of offer.

Offers will be withdrawn if they are not returned to MIECAT by the due date.

Course Fees

Annual Fees

The MIECAT Institute’s fees are calculated on a yearly basis. The schedule is published in October each year for the following academic year. All dollar amounts listed are denominated in Australian Dollars.

Upfront Payment

Fees are invoiced on a per-semester basis for all courses.

Policy Downloads

FEE HELP Assistance

FEE-HELP government assistance is available for all MIECAT Institute accredited programs. FEE HELP is the Federal Government Loan Scheme established under, and adhering to the provisions of, the Higher Education Support Act 2003 (HESA 2003). Link to my study assist

Student Visas / Overseas Students

MIECAT is NOT currently an approved provider of courses for people studying in Australia on student visas.

Prospective overseas students are instead directed to make further enquiries at CRICOS.

Withdrawal and Cancellation from courses

MIECAT will make every effort to keep to the advertised course dates, but reserves the right to cancel or postpone courses if minimum numbers are not reached. In the event of minimum numbers not being met a full refund will be made.

MIECAT shall not be liable for consequential loss of income, travel or accommodation costs, or other losses that students may incur by any cancellation or postponement.

Students who withdraw from a course after Census date will not be entitled to a refund of tuition fees.

A student who has applied for FEE-HELP will still incur a FEE-HELP debt.