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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is where a student's previous work and informal learning experiences are recognised through a formal assessment process.
This results in a student potentially being granted credit for subjects in their course of enrollment. The cost of RPL is $100 application fee (non refundable) and where RPL is granted, the cost of the subject/unit is 30% of the normal tuition fee.
Please speak to Student Services for more information or how to apply for RPL.
AIT is an approved provider of FEE HELP courses for all of our higher education diplomas as well bachelors.
What is FEE-HELP?
FEE-HELP is a loan scheme, provided by the government, that assists eligible students in the payment of part of all of their tuition fees.
Over their lifetime, eligible students may borrow up to the FEE-HELP limit. For students applying at AIT, the limit is currently $100,879 (this amount is subject to change). In addition, there is a one-off loan fee of 25%, imposed by the government, for undergraduate courses of study.
The government directly pays AIT the amount of the loan, and students (that is you) pay it back through the Australian taxation system once their annual income reaches the minimum repayment threshold. This amount is subject to change annually, you may view the threshold here. For the 2016-2017 income year the threshold is $54,869.
FEE-HELP loans don’t attract interest but a CPI increase is applied every June 1st for amounts that have been unpaid for 11 months or more.
Read more about FEE-HELP here: http://studyassist.gov.au/sites/StudyAssist/
Am I eligible for FEE-HELP?
You are eligible for FEE-HELP if:
You must also be enrolled in an eligible unit of study by the census date for that unit and must not have exceeded the FEE-HELP limit.
When you study at AIT, you become a part of our family. Everyone is welcome at AIT. Click here to view an infographic of our student profiles and graduate outcomes for all of our courses.
Prepare your documents
Make sure that you have the following documents ready:
Submit your application
Fill out either the online or the paper application form below.
Once we receive your application, you will be contacted within one business day by one of our friendly student enrolment advisers to arrange a suitable time for interview. Interview in person or via telephone/Skype (you will need to come to the campus to fill out the FEE HELP application form and sign your letter of offer)
Letter of Offer
A formal letter of offer will be provided to you in person or sent to your nominated email address and/or home address if you successfully pass the entry requirements and an interview.
You will need to sign the Acceptance Letter and once the tuition fee payment is confirmed, your seat will be reserved and classes will be allocated. You will receive your Student Welcome Pack with confirmation of your enrolment and information on your Orientation Day.
Come to the orientation day and enjoy the first interaction with your teachers and classmates.
Every year, AIT awards amazing students who demonstrate their extraordinary work ethic and talent when applying to study with us. Scholarships are an important step to recognising excellence amongst our students and rewarding the creative minds of those undertaking a Bachelor program at AIT
2019 initiAIT Scholarship for new students
Three Recipients of this Scholarship for Sydney and three for Melbourne throughout 2019 will be awarded an $8,000 discount off their tuition fees. This is only applicable for students studying a either the Bachelor of Interactive Media, Bachelor of Digital Design or Bachelor of Information Technology (Mobile Applications Development, or Games Programming).
Applications for this initiAIT close on:
Creative Minds Scholarship for current students
In 2019, we’re awarding our current students based on their study commitments and achievements. Three students from Sydney and three from Melbourne will be awarded a 50% discount from the fee of their upcoming term in either the Bachelor of Interactive Media, Bachelor of Digital Design or Bachelor of Information Technology (Mobile Applications Development, or Games Programming).