Subject availability and enrolment

What you need to know about enrolling into subjects for the next calendar year.
This applies to RTO students only.

Student Centre

Application and Enrolments Procedure

  1. Applications for course entry are made online through the St Mark’s website.
  2. Applications are assessed for suitability and completeness; offers are made electronically via email.
  3. Applicants may only commence a course after they have accepted an offer and are officially enrolled.
  4. Acceptance of the online offer automatically notifies the Registrar, who will enroll the student and provide a confirmation of enrolment along essential information such as login credentials.
  5. Students can commence study upon receiving their confirmation of enrolment.
  6. Invoices for the semester’s fees will be sent shortly after the confirmation of enrolment and are due 14 days from the start of the semester; instructions will also be included for students wishing to enter into a payment plan, or pay for the full course upfront to receive the fee discount.
  7. St Mark’s has several payment options such as direct deposit and BPay; these will be included with the invoice.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

RPL is a process in which a learner applies to have various competencies gained through previous learning and experience to be recognised by St Mark’s. VET Qualifications are comprised of a number of Units of Competency, and a person may apply to receive RPL for one or more of these units. An application for a whole-of-qualification RPL may be made at any time. However, an application for RPL for part of a course must be made at least three months before the start date of the portion of the course in which the relevant Units of Competency are being taught. The standard cost for RPL is $300 per unit of competency; this will be credited towards the cost of your course if your application is unsuccessful. If you wish to apply for RPL, the first step is to get in touch with us. Send an email to registrar@stmarks.edu.au, or call us on (02) 6272 6252.

Full RPL Procedure

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