How to Apply?

Undergraduate Courses

To apply for study in an undergraduate course at Avondale, please complete the following steps:

Step 1 - Choose Your Course of study

Our website has information on each course offered. You can explore this at www.avondale.edu.au/courses
Simply select Search and for a list of all available courses leave the search field blank. Once you have chosen your course, visit our where further details are provided.

Step 2 - Apply for study

Avondale accepts applications throughout the year. Semester 1 commences late Feb/early March and Semester 2 commences early August.

Once you have chosen your course of study and decide to attend Avondale College of Higher Education, you will need to complete your application form either online or by paper form.

To complete an online application, click on:


Select New Application and then Create New Account. Once you have created your account, you will be sent an email that will contain both your Applicant ID and password to enable you to log into the applicant portal and continue with your application.

Online application facilities are limited to citizens from particular countries.

To apply by paper form, you can go to www.avondale.edu.au/application and print an application form. Please complete your form and return it to us together with a certified copy of your highest academic achievement.

If you prefer to have an application form posted to you, please call one of our Admission Officers at Admissions on 1800 991 392, +61 2 4980 2377, chat with us online at
or email study@avondale.edu.au


Step 3 - Have your academic documents certified

In order to process your application, we will need to receive a certified copy of your academic document/s (e.g. transcript).

To have copies of your documents certified, take a photocopy of your original document (e.g. transcript) and take both the original and the photocopy to have the photocopy certified by an appropriate professional person. They will certify that the photocopy is a true copy of the original. This can be carried out by a professional person such as a Justice of the Peace, Accountant, Bank Manager, Minister/Clergy, Barrister, Police Officer or School Principal. The certification should include a statement such as "This is a true copy of the original document sighted by me" and include the name and address, contact phone number, profession or occupation of the person who certifies the documentation and date signed.

Step 4 - Include your academic documents with your application

If applying online, you can upload your certified documents to your application at the time you apply. If you apply by paper, please include your certified documents together with your application and send them to:

Avondale College of Higher Education
Admissions
PO Box 19
COORANBONG NSW 2265

Fax: +61 2 4980 2151 or
Scan documents and Email to: admissions@avondale.edu.au

Once we receive your application, together with your certified academic documents, an outcome will be forwarded to you and you will be notified by both email and SMS.

Additional Information

If you are an Australian HSC leaver applying for study at Avondale College of Higher Education you will be considered on the basis of your academic ATAR/OP or equivalent, together with your Statement of Results sheet. Avondale is not linked with UAC and therefore you will need to forward copies of these documents directly to us.

Citizens from countries outside of Australia can check Avondales Admissions to Higher Education Undergraduate Courses policy at www.avondale.edu.au/about/policies/display/?s=MjQ= for minimum academic entry requirements.

Some courses may require additional entry requirements such as an audition or interview (if required, you will be notified accordingly).

To determine if your ATAR/OP or equivalent score is satisfactory for direct entry into your nominated course go to www.avondale.edu.au/regular_admission

For further information about Admission to Undergraduate Courses click here

Postgraduate Courses

Entry requirements for postgraduate courses can be found in the information for each postgraduate course on the Avondale web page.