How to Apply - Vocational Courses
Here's the information you need to get started with your vocational application as a local student at our Melbourne Campus. There is a different process for our International Students, and for domestic students at our Sydney Campus. Application for most courses can be completed via a simple online process.
Applying for certificates, diplomas and advanced diplomas
1. Choose your Experience
Browse through our wide selection of vocational specialisations and when you see the course that suits you best, click to apply.
Note that not all courses are offered at all campuses, and some courses are only offered Full Time, so make sure you check the details during your search.
2. Submit your Application
A quick online process that should take less than 15 minutes. Submitting your application is your formal expression of interest to study at Angliss and is essential to guarantee that you will be considered for a course.
For Certificates, Diplomas and Advanced Diplomas, you do not need to upload any documents.
VTAC: For Year 12 students and/or applicants seeking to apply for multiple courses at different providers for the February intake, you can submit your application to study at Angliss through the VTAC application system.
3. Complete selection requirements
After you apply, we will be in touch with a list of things you need to do to be considered for an offer from Angliss. They are:
- A Literacy, Language and Numeracy assessment – which should take between 30-60 minutes. Take your time and do your best!
- Proof of ID – You need to provide us with a formal ID so you can prove your identity! This also helps us work out whether you can access a lower course fee through a government-supported place. Tip: Passport or Birth Certificate are the best forms to provide us with, but Medicare Card + Driver's Licence (together) is just as valid.
- Pre-Training Review Form - This form should take between 10-20 minutes to complete. This is not a test, but it does allow us to understand a little more about you, your education/work history and why you want to pursue a career in foods, tourism, hospitality or events!
Some courses (Certificate III in Aviation and Angliss International Hotel School Diploma) have an additional interview requirement, and in some cases we may contact you to discuss your application further.
4. Wait for an offer
Once you complete all your selection requirements, we will hopefully be able to offer you a place with us for your chosen intake!
Offers will usually come out 1-2 weeks after you complete the requirements, but can take longer during busy periods.
Either way, we'll let you know if you are successful or not.
VTAC: If you applied through VTAC, they will send you your offer on the specified VTAC offer round dates.
You'll need to apply to study at Angliss through Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC) if:
- you're a Victorian Year 12 student or
- you're non Year 12 student who intends to apply to multiple institutions
Successful VTAC applicants will receive a letter of offer via VTAC in January. This offer letter will include interview information and enrolment details.
Note: Students who do not come to enrolment, or who have not organised a proxy to enrol for them on the given date, will lose their place.
VTAC Special Access Entry Scheme (SEAS)
The Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS) enables our selection officers to grant special consideration to certain students where applicable.
To be eligible applicants for SEAS must also submit a VTAC course application and satisfy all relevant course entry requirements. Angliss supports SEAS for the following categories:
- Personal information and location
- Non-English speaking background
- Difficult circumstances
- Disadvantaged financial background
- Disability or medical condition
VET DSS applications
You can submit a formal enquiry about enrolment into our VET DSS programs. We will then be in touch to confirm details about the program, and provide you with the details you need to enrol.
To learn more about the VET DSS programs, visit our VET and youth studies information page.
About Apprenticeships and Traineeships
Students who are interested in starting Apprenticeship or Traineeship training with Angliss will have to find an employer before they start the application process.
For more information on how to find an apprenticeship or traineeship visit our Apprenticeships and Traineeships page.