If you do not meet the English Language Requirements, you can enrol in an English Language Course at one of our group colleges, ELSIS to meet the English Language Entry Requirements for enrolling at CHS. For further details, please send us your query through the Contact US form and one of our representatives will get in touch with you shortly.
If you are an International student, please ensure you check the list of documents required for the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) for Visa processing.
If your application is successful, your shall receive a letter of acceptance which shall include:
To accept the offer, sign the acceptance form and pay the fees and charges listed on your invoice. You will find the payment instructions on your letter of acceptance. The signed letter of acceptance, along with the payment receipt should be returned to College of Health Sciences or your appointed Education Agent. Please read your Letter of Acceptance carefully including the terms and conditions. Once signed and accepted, this will be used as a binding legal ‘written’ agreement between you and College of Health Sciences. Signing the letter of acceptance also indicates that you have read, understood and accepted the terms and conditions of the enrolment. Upon receiving the signed letter of acceptance and your first payment, College of Health Sciences will send you a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). You can then take this CoE to any Australian Embassy or Consulate to apply for a student visa
CHS is committed to providing cost-effective and affordable learning and development opportunities for students around the world. CHS´s schedule of fees and charges are amongst the lowest in the higher education sector, inspire of the high quality of education delivered.
|Program/ Discipline||Master of Health Management||Graduate Diploma in Health Management|
|Domestic Students||$A 30,000 (2021-2022 tuition fees)||$A 15,000 (2021-2022 tuition fees)|
|International Students||$A 40,000 (2021-2022 tuition fees)||$A 20,000 (2021-2022 tuition fees)|
|Enrolment fees||$A 200 (Non-Refundable)||$A 200 (Non-Refundable)|
For further details on CHS fees and refunds policy for Domestic & International students, please refer to the CHS Overseas Students Withdrawal and Refund Policy CHS Domestic Students Withdrawal and Refund Policy and Procedure, and CHS Student Fees Policy.
If you are an international student, you need a student visa to study in Australia. You need to apply for a student visa (subclass visa 500) with the Department of Home Affairs. Please visit Department of Home Affairs website to find out the requirements to apply for a student visa. Alternatively, please contact your agent to assist you with visa matters. The Document Checklist tool provided by Department of Home Affairs is a useful tool to check the requirements and supporting documents needed to apply for a student visa.
International students are required by law to be enrolled in full-time study in order to complete their course within the expected duration outlined in their electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE)
If you are an overseas student and you wish to apply for part-time load, we can assess your situation if the reason is either compassionate/compelling; or you have intervention strategy put in place for your academic progress. You will need to consult with your Course Coordinator, or with Student Services team for welfare reason. The approved Reduced Study Load might impact the duration of your course and your visa, you should contact Department of Home Affairs to discuss about your student visa situation and Student Services team if you are required to get an extension of eCoE.
If you studied a part-time load, or failed some of the unit(s); you may not be able to complete your course within the duration of your eCoE. You can request an extension by consulting with your Course Coordinator if it’s for an academic reason; or with Student Services if it’s for a welfare reason. If you have received Advanced Standing for units post issuance of your eCoE, we will automatically adjust the duration of your study and reflect this changes in your eCoE.
It’s important to always know your visa validity, and lodge a visa extension well in advance of the expiry of your visa. Please contact Department of Home Affairs website for further information.