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Domestic Students - As classified by the Australian Government, domestic students are: Australian citizens; Australian Permanent Residents (holders of all categories of permanent resident visas, including Humanitarian Visas); or New Zealand citizens.

International Students - ACCCO holds a CRICOS registration will allow ACCCO to offer courses to overseas students studying in Australia on student visas. International students are: citizens of any country except Australia or New Zealand; a temporary resident of Australia. ACCCO provides a comprehensive learning program for overseas students. This includes completing qualifications in Australia and overseas.

Find quick links to academic, financial, resources, policies and procedures, as well as useful forms for both domestic and international students. 

Through publication of our Student Handbooks, Prospectus, Pre-Enrolment Guide, policies and procedures, we aim to provide you with sufficient information to support informed decision making. Access everything you need to make the most of your study experience, on campus and off.

Learn more by clicking on the following links:
enrolment forms

Download the relevant enrolment form.


useful forms for Students

Access everything you need to make the most of your study experience. Download the relevant forms that you may require relating to academic, financial, resources, policies and procedures.

Credit Transfer

Credit transfer (sometimes known as advanced standing) is awarded when a student has completed the units required for a qualification at another Registered Training Organisation.

International admissions

Access everything you need to make the most of your study experience in Australia. Find quick links to academic, financial, resources, policies and procedures, as well as useful forms for students.

Government Funding

Much of the funding provided by the Australian Government is directed at teaching and learning in higher education through a range of initiatives.

Policies and Procedures

Through publication of our policies and procedures, we aim to provide our prospective and current learners with sufficient information to support informed decision making.

External/Distance Study

Do you prefer a qualification where you can study at a time and place convenient to you? Then our external mode of delivery may be of interest to you.

Classroom Study

Do you prefer to study in class with others to inspire and guide you? Attend class where there is an equal focus on study and fun.

Traineeships and Apprenticeships

Combine training and paid employment leading to skills and qualifications that are recognised across Australia and by other employers in the industry.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

ACCCO provides individualised and innovative training and assessment which incorporates the potential for advanced standing upon evidence of a students’ relevant prior learning, where applicable.

Fees and Refunds

ACCCO's Fees and Refunds policy outlines how ACCCO charges and collects fees for the delivery of training services and assessment services. All fees and associated costs are defined within the Fees and Refunds policy.

Records and Results

ACCCO awards two Nationally Recognised Testamurs in alignment to the ASQA Standards for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs).

student handbook

The Student Handbook sets out the policies and procedures for ACCCO, providing a comprehensive guide for all students. 

International students click here

Student support services 

Everyone's journey is different, and sometimes you need some extra support. Our support services are available for all of our students, making your learning experience just that little bit easier.

VET Student Loans

The VET Student Loans (VSL) program is a Commonwealth Government loan available to help eligible students pay their tuition fees.

Transport Concessions for Class Students

Eligible full-time, class students can apply for a 50% concession fare on public transport services throughout Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia.

Photo Gallery

During your study with ACCCO you will experience many creative learning activities and social events. Here is what Studying with ACCCO can look like!

Graduations

Attending graduation is one of the most exciting parts of obtaining your qualification. Graduation is a formal event, and an important part of recognising your academic progress.


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