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How To Apply

Step 1:

Prepare your documents

Make sure you have the following documents ready:

  • Tax file number (for applying for FEE HELP)
  • FEE HELP (if applicable)

 

Step 2:

Fill out the online application form.

→ Apply Online 
 

Step 3:

Interview

Once we receive your application, you will be contacted within one business day by one of our friendly student enrolment adviser or admissions staff to arrange a suitable time for interview. Interview in person or via telephone/Skype.

Step 4:

Confirmation of Enrollment

After receiving your Confirmation of Enrollment, you will receive an email inviting you to your online learning platform, Canvas. Here, you will also receive a copy of your course handbook

 

Step 5:

Online learning platform access

You will be given an access to Canvas - the online learning platform in order to start your exciting journey with us. Once you accept the Canvas invitation, your Educator will be in contact to ensure you are all set up to succeed.

Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements:

  • Students over the age of 21 are admitted as mature aged students upon applying and require only legal documentation
  • Students under the age of 21 with a completed Year 12 certificate or equivalent are admitted upon proof of graduation
  • Students under the age of 21 without a completed year 12 certificate must be interviewed by the AIT admissions team where admission will be assessed on the basis of relevant work experience or creative portfolio. These students must be able to demonstrate the skills and capabilities to succeed in this course as deemed by AIT admissions team;
  • Alternative entry may be available in certain circumstances (e.g. You have evidence of having completed another qualification such as a Certificate II )

Please note, the minimum age for students undertaking this course is 17 years of age.

For further questions about admissions and entry requirements please contact us at info@ait.edu.au.

Fees and Finance plans

 

Diploma of Interior Design (MSF50218)

$13,940 AUD (4 blocks of study, each = $3,485)

Payment options:

  • VSL in four study periods (see other question for more info about VSL)

  • One full instalment of $13,940 (Credit Card, PayPal)

  • Four instalment payments of $3,485 made before commencing each study period (Credit Card, PayPal)

Essential:

  • Computer or Laptop
  • Connection to the Internet
  • Subscription to Adobe Suite CC ($16.99 per month with Student ID. Your ID will be provided with completion of enrollment)
  • Access to scanner or camera for uploading artwork to the blog and Canvas
  • Printing costs (approximately $20)
  • Art supplies (approximately $50)
  • sketchbook or visual diary – A4 or A3 (plain paper – No lines)
  • pencils (HB, 2B)
  • eraser (normal and/or putty eraser)
  • ruler 30cm
  • sharpener
  • watercolour set (cake or tube)
  • soft watercolour brush
  • Felt tip pens (Artline)
  • coloured pencils (alternatively chalk pastels, oil pastels) (optional)

Optional:

Wacom graphics tablet ranging in cost from $90 for a small one to $300 for a medium size) is optional, good to have for design work, but not essential for this course.

WHAT IS RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL)?

Recognition of Prior Learning is a method of assessment that enables candidates to have their current knowledge and skills formally recognised. You may wish to apply for RPL for select units or a whole qualification. Current knowledge and skills may have been acquired through paid employment, life experiences, volunteer work, informal or formal training.

Evidence Gathering Documented evidence to support your RPL claim is imperative and collecting as much evidence as possible will allow iscd to assess your competency in your chosen qualification/units. You need to ensure that all areas are covered and supply supporting evidence to build a portfolio of your skills and experience. Without documented evidence, your RPL application will not be successful, so it is important to link your evidence to the outcomes of the units you have selected. Remember that collecting your evidence can take time; however, we require this evidence to ensure that we can establish your competencies in the relevant areas.

WHAT IS CREDIT TRANSFER AND DOES IT APPLY TO ME?

Credit Transfer is the awarding of competency to a student as a result of their having been awarded competency for that   Unit of Competency (or its equivalent) either with iscd or another Registered Training Organisation within the previous 5 years.

HOW WILL MY APPLICATION BE ASSESSED?

All evidence provided will be verified for authenticity with the provider listed on the Certificate or Transcript of Results.

IS THERE A COST FOR CREDIT TRANSFER?

No, there is no cost. RTO’s are not permitted to charge a fee for Credit Transfer except where an entire qualification   is being credited. Then an administration fee for the issuance of the qualification will be charged.