Chart a new direction by studying vocational education or training (VET) at ACU College. If you’re interested in TAFE options, getting a jumpstart while still at school, hoping to re-enter study after some time away, or considering pathways to advanced study, we can help.
Follow this step-by-step guide for applying to VET courses at ACU College. The process is quick and should only take around 15 minutes.
If you are a VET graduate looking to apply for an undergraduate course, visit our vocational education and training admissions pathway page.
If you are based overseas and will require a student visa to study in Australia, you are an international student. Currently, international students are not eligible to study VET courses at ACU College.
However, a range of pathway diplomas are available for international students. To find out more, visit our international pathways page.
We offer VET courses in study areas such as:
Once you shortlist a course, be sure to read about career opportunities and pathway options to undergraduate study.
Find the course that’s right for you by viewing the list of our VET courses.
To be eligible for your chosen VET course, you need to meet the entry requirements. These could include:
Full details of course entry requirements are available on the relevant course page.
Our VET courses are only offered across a limited number of ACU campuses. Make sure you know the course location before you apply.
Location details are listed on each course page.
It’s also important you know about the VET intake dates, usually February and July of the academic year, as well as any application opening and closing dates.
See the relevant course page for further details.
You can apply to do a VET course directly to ACU College.
When you’re ready to apply, visit the relevant course page and email the office of ACU College for the next steps.
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Applying for a new course can be daunting, but we’re here to help.
Reach out to us at AskACU or student support if you have any questions about the VET application process.
Find out more about our registered VET provider, access a list of available VET and TAFE courses, and learn about our VET policies and procedures.Visit ACU College
Access ACU College policies and procedures, quality indicator reports, surveys and helpful links to government VET resources.See policies
Learn about the key dates on the academic calendar, including application deadlines, census dates and class timetables.View dates
If you've already studied at VET level or have significant relevant work experience, you can apply for credit towards your ACU course.Learn more