Before You Apply to Study at Morling
Moving to a different country to live and study is a huge decision, and so as you explore these pages please ensure you also read further than this website to learn more about studying and living in Australia. The Australian Government has many requirements for International Students and so the Study in Australia website is a great place to start.
Most students who are not citizens of Australia or New Zealand require a Student Visa in order to study in Australia. You can apply online for a Student Visa through the website of the Australian Government’s Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
The Australian Government requires all tertiary institutions to ensure that International Students have their study and results monitored constantly during their study in Australia. You are required to complete your course in the time indicated on your Confirmation of Enrolment.
If you have a Student Visa you must study full-time and are permitted to work part-time. Failure to comply with these requirements may result in your visa being cancelled. If this happens you will be required to leave Australia.
In order to be able to study at Morling College fluency in English is required and International Students from non-English speaking backgrounds are required to demonstrate their proficiency in the English language.
International Students undertaking an accredited course of the Australian College of Theology at Morling College can find details of the requirements for English language proficiency assessment in the Admission Policies of the ACT, also downloadable at the bottom of this page.
International Students undertaking an accredited course of the University of Divinity at Morling College can find details in the University’s English Language Requirements Policy.
For information on IELTS Testing please consult the IELTS website.
International Student Tuition Fees
Tuition Fees for International Students must be paid upfront each semester. This is a requirement of the Australian Government.
Morling College does not offer scholarships to International Students.
Information on Tuition Fees can be found here.
International Students undertaking an accredited course of the Australian College of Theology at Morling College are advised to read the ACT’s Refund Policy and Agreement for Overseas Students. The ACT’s Administration Fees are included in the unit price of the Tuition Fees outlined in the document above.
International Students undertaking an accredited course of the University of Divinity at Morling College are advised to read the University’s Overseas Student Tuition Fees Refund Policy.