How to Apply

STEP BY STEP GUIDE

Application Process

Admissions Criteria

As a RTO, we take great pride in delivering quality-assured and nationally-recognised vocational education and training (VET) courses. Before you submit your application, please view the information on our admission criteria.

How to Apply

Our easy-to-access application form outlines simple step-by-step sections. This includes you selecting your course of interest and your eligibility for enrolment — a process that allows us to identify if the course fits the mutual requirements.

Our Agents

It is important to us that you start your academic journey stress-free. Our experienced agents can assist you with information about AAON, our application and admission process, visa requirements and your transition into student life in Australia.

CERTIFICATES III & IV

new career pathways

Our multi-disciplinary courses offer students an opportunity to progress in a frontline role as a aged-care or mental health carer.

DIPLOMA of COMMUNITY SERVICES

progress your career

Our nationally-accredited diploma provides a pathway to a frontline position in community care or a possible step to university.

STUDENT'S HANDBOOK

comprehensive guide

View our Student’s Handbook which contains important information relating to your life as an AAON student.

PREPARATION TIPS

getting organised

Before you submit your visa application, make sure you have completed a checklist including a Confirmation of Enrolment [CoE].

OSHC

required health insurance

As an international student, you are required to have Overseas Student Health Cover [OSHC] to help cover your medical costs.

OUR CAMPUS

parramatta

Our campus offers students the key to Parramatta, a vibrant commercial city within Sydney’s greater metropolitan area.

UNIQUE STUDENT IDENTIFIER

your student ID

All students studying in Australia are required to have a USI, a unique reference number registered with a learning instutition.

STUDENT SERVICES

assisting students

Our Students Support Centre will be on hand to offer assistance and mentoring with your transition into student life and culture.

TAX FILE NUMBER

part-time work

If you earn income through part-time employment, you will need to secure an Australian Tax File Number and pay income tax.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

ESOS: Your Rights and Responsibilities

As an international student studying in Australia at the Australian Academy of Nursing [AAON], it is important that you fully understand your rights and responsibilities — meeting the minimum standards of academic performance, attendance and behaviour along with the conditions of your student visa.

Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000 sets out the legal framework and required standards AAON must uphold as a provider of quality education and training. This includes safeguarding the integrity of the Australian Government’s student visa regulations and delivering to you a quality vocational certificate course or diploma which is registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students [CRICOS].

AAON also follows the regulatory framework of the National Code of Practice for Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2018 [National Code] and provides streamlined placement, tuition and financial assurance under the legislated structure of the Tuition Protection ServicePlease refer to our Student’s Handbook and website for further information on AAON’s vocational courses, fees, student policies, OSHC and other important information associated with your visa application. Once you receive your electronic Confirmation of Enrolment, you will need to apply.

Also, view the Department of Home Affairs’ link. To streamline the process, a registered AAON student migration agent can assist you with your course application, enrolment, student visa and living arrangements or you may contact our student’s support team anytime.

STUDENT PRIVACY

Privacy management charter

AAON is bound by the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 [NSW], which protects your rights as a student studying in Australia.

This means that we only collate your information to facilitate your enrolment application, for ongoing academic assessments and student support services, or the exchange of information from another learning institution. In rare circumstances, we may also be required to disclose your details to the Department of Home Affairs [formerly the Department of Immigration and Border Protection] and other government agencies.

Our Admissions Team will be pleased to discuss any of the policies in greater detail.