How to accept your offer
Congratulations on receiving an offer in the course of your choice at Eynesbury.
To accept your offer and to find out about commencing classes complete the following steps:
STEP 1: Understanding your Letter of Offer
Your Letter of Offer will provide you with details on:
Duration of program
Condition(s) of the offer (for example, condition may ask for you to provide a copy of your evidence of English proficiency). Prior to or at the time of accepting your offer, you must provide evidence to show you have met your condition(s). Failure to do so will mean you will not be eligible to proceed with your enrolment or student visa application.
STEP 2: Payment of fees
In order to accept the offer, it is necessary to pay the fees and charges due as indicated in the Letter of Offer. This will include partial course fees plus the Overseas Student Health Cover charge (if applicable).
When making a payment, you need to include your Eynesbury Student ID, as listed in the Letter of Offer. Payment can be made by:
1. Telegraphic Fund Transfer/Direct Deposit
Bank Name: Westpac
Address: 109 St Georges Terrace, Perth, WA
Account Name: EEA Student Fees
Swift Code: WPACAU2S
BSB No: 036 000
Account No: 774027
Note: This payment may take some time and is not recommended for those requiring urgent visa documentation.
2. Bank Draft
Make the bank draft payable to: Eynesbury
3. Credit Card
To pay by credit card, download and print the Credit card payment authority form, and return the completed form to the Eynesbury Admissions Office. A surcharge of 1.5% applies.
FEE-HELP is an Australian Government loan scheme that can assist eligible full fee paying domestic (Australian) students to pay their tuition fees at Eynesbury. Note, you are only able to use FEE-HELP to pay for Diploma level programs. Students who are eligible for FEE-HELP will receive a 'Request for FEE-HELP assistance' form which will be provided with your Letter of Offer.
STEP 3: Complete the Student Acceptance and Payment Agreement
Make sure all the sections of the Offer Letter are completed and signed and return to the Eynesbury Admissions Office.
STEP 4: Receive Confirmation from Eynesbury
Once Eynesbury receives your payment and Student Acceptance Form, you will be issued with a receipt and provided with a confirmation about your enrolment at Eynesbury which includes information about the compulsory Orientation program.
International students will also receive the Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) for the student visa application.
Note: Students who are under 18 years of age must have a Care Giver/Guardian in place before the Confirmation of Enrolment can be issued for visa purposes. Australian law regards students under the age of 18 as minors and there is a special visa requirement regarding their welfare. Students under the age of 18 must be placed in the care of a guardian while studying in Australia.
STEP 5: Attend Orientation and Enrolment and commence study
Congratulations, you are just about ready to start your Eynesbury program. Your first day at Eynesbury will begin at Orientation and Enrolment day. It is compulsory for all students to attend Orientation and Enrolment. Students are issued with an Orientation Handbook when receipt of their Acceptance is acknowledged.