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Flinders University is everything a modern university should be – progressive, student focused and career minded. It is everything you need to Go Beyond the ordinary and achieve the extraordinary.
To make the process as easy as possible we have put together simple step by step instructions to accept your Offer of Admission to study at Flinders University.
If your application to study at Flinders University is successful, you will receive an Offer of Admission to a course at Flinders. Your offer will be emailed to you. You can also view it in our International Application System if you applied yourself, or your agent will have a copy if you applied via an agent.
If you would like to defer your offer, please refer to the information below.
If you applied for an undergraduate degree, you will have received an Offer of Admission for the highest preference for which you were qualified.
If you applied for a postgraduate course (Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Masters, or PhD), you may receive a pathway Offer of Admission.
To accept your Offer of Admission, you need to indicate this through our International Application System. Please ensure you upload your signed Acceptance Form along with any other documents requested as part of your offer. Failure to attach all of the relevant information may result in a delay in processing your acceptance.
Some courses may require you to accept your offer by a deadline and this information will be confirmed in your offer letter.
The Flinders International Admissions team will review these documents and advise of any further required documentation.
Your initial payment is due once you have accepted your Offer of Admission. You will be redirected to the Western Union Payment Gateway once you accept your offer in our International Application System. Your Offer of Admission will contain details regarding how much your initial payment is.
Some courses may require you to pay your deposit by a deadline. This information will be confirmed in your offer letter.
At this time, you must also pay your Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) visa. If you are pre-arranging your own OSHC, please ensure you provide evidence to us as soon as possible.
After you have made your initial payment, remaining payments must be made by the topic due date. Students are charged per topic, based on their enrolment.
Once your payment has been processed, we will issue you with a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). You must have a CoE to apply for a visa.
If you do not provide a complete visa application including your CoE, OSHC Verification Letter, a detailed statement of purpose and other required documentation at time of lodgement it may result in your visa application being delayed or refused.
Visit the Department of Immigration and Border Protection's Visa Finder to find the Australian visa most likely to meet your specific circumstances. To lodge a complete application for prompt assessment, please refer to the visa application information page.
An education agent may help you prepare a student visa application.
The international student guides contain information you need to know about making preparations for life in Australia, and studying at Flinders.
Once Flinders has received your tuition fee payment, you will receive a copy of the pre-departure guide.
Once you have confirmed your flight, please advise the International Student Services team of your arrival details by completing the arrival booking form. They will arrange to meet you at Adelaide Airport to welcome you to Adelaide and to take you to your accommodation.
You may be able to defer the commencement of your course until the following intake on the basis of compassionate or compelling grounds. This is subject to University approval.
The following courses are not deferrable:
Applications for deferral will be reassessed according to the University's Genuine Temporary Entrant and Genuine Student guidelines.
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