Congratulations on being offered a place in your chosen course at Melbourne Institute of Technology.
Your next step is to accept your offer and enrol. You can accept your offer online.
Accept your offer online
You will need to attend the scheduled Domestic Enrolment Day to enroll into your classes.
Date: Friday, 21 Feburary 2020
Time : To be advised (Please keep the whole day free until advised of the time closer to the date)
Please note, you are not required to pay fees at the time of enrolment. An invoice for your higher education fees will be forwarded to you shortly after your enrolment day. Eligible students can pay their fees via FEE-HELP, a Government loan scheme that assists eligible fee paying students, to pay all or part of their tuition fees.
Please bring with you:
- Proof of citizenship – your original or a copy of either your Australian Citizenship certificate, Australian Passport or birth certificate
- Tax File Number (TFN) - If you are planning to apply for Fee-Help, bring your Tax File Number or a Proof of Application. If you do not already have a TFN, there will be application forms available in your Orientation Pack
- Your MIT or (VTAC/UAC) Offer
- Academic documents for previous studies, e.g., ATAR certificate, Diploma/Bachelor degree transcript and certificate, etc.
What happens on the Offer Acceptance and Enrolment day?
- Unit enrolments and Timetabling
- FEE-HELP application
- Student ID card and Computer account processing
- Meeting the Academic and Enrolments staff members, and receive advice regarding your choice of units, course and enrolments.
What if I cannot attend?
If you are unable to attend and would like to arrange a different date, please contact the Admissions team to receive instructions about late enrolments
What is FEE-HELP?
FEE-HELP is an Australian Government loan scheme designed to assist Australian students undertaking tertiary education. For further information, visit http://www.mit.edu.au/study-with-us/tuition-fees/fee-help
Defer your Offer
Download the Deferral Form here.
If you wish to defer your studies, you must do so before the offer acceptance and enrolment date specified on your offer letter. You can defer up to 1 academic year. Please contact the Admissions Team via email at
Melbourne Campus : firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 1800 648 669 and press 1.
Sydney Campus : email@example.com or telephone 02 8267 1400 and press 2.
Accepting your offer
You must complete the following steps to accept your offer.
- Refer to the ‘Special conditions of the offer’ to find out if you have any conditions. If you do, you must provide the conditional documents before accepting your offer and submitting the Offer and Acceptance Authorisation.
- Submit the required documents to your agent, if you applied through an agent or, email to the Admissions and Marketing department at firstname.lastname@example.org if you applied directly.
- Complete the Letter of Offer and Acceptance Agreement including signing section 9 of the Offer and Acceptance Authorisation.
- Return all pages of the letter of offer and Acceptance Agreement to:
- Your agent, if you applied through an agent or
- Email to the Admissions and Marketing department at email@example.com, if you applied directly.
Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) Screening - Offshore Students
Simplified Student Visa Framework (SSVF)
Under the Simplified Student Visa Framework, MIT must ensure that all international students meet the Genuine Temporary Entrant (GTE) and Genuine Student (GS) criteria and have access to sufficient funds to support themselves for the duration of their student visa. This means that MIT will assess:
- Your main purpose for coming to Australia on a student visa
- Your English language proficiency
- Your financial background and capacity to support yourself and any other accompanying dependents for the duration of your student visa
- Whether you accept responsibility for obtaining a student visa and that you will comply with the conditions of your student visa
- Your understanding of your chosen course and its structure, total tuition fees and living expenses in Australia
- Whether you can talk about the advantages of studying in Australia compared to your home country, and how studying in Australia will add benefit you in future
MIT may request that you provide additional documents, which may include your employment records, educational history, and financial history. This information is needed in order to assess your application under MIT's SSVF guidelines.
Payment of fees
All offshore students are required to undergo GTE screening before paying tuition fees. You should pay your fee after receiving an approval from MIT.
Net bank Transfer (Pre-paid fees only):
BSB: 063 001
A/C: 1066 3635
A/C Name: MIT Pre Paid Fees
Bank: Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Telegraphic Transfer: Please complete the 'Telex Transfer Annexure Form - MIT Prospective Students' and submit it to the bank. This form is available here. Please ensure to submit copy of the TT to the Melbourne Institute of Technology with a signed International Offer Acceptance Form.
Bank draft: Please submit copy of the bank draft with a signed International Offer Acceptance Form. Original bank draft must be couriered to MIT immediately.
Credit Card: Please complete the Credit Card Authorisation Form and submit it via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or in person, Accounts Counter, Level-2, 288 La Trobe St, Melbourne, VIC 3000, Australia. This form is available here.
Sponsored Student: Attach a financial letter of guarantee when returning a signed International Offer Acceptance Form.
Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE)
Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) will be issued once you have accepted your offer and paid your deposit. You will need the CoE to apply for a student visa