To study in any program, course or unit, a student must be formally admitted to TOP. Admission into TOP is determined on the basis of academic merit, the capacity for tertiary level study and likelihood of success in completing the program. Applicants will be assessed and considered if eligibility requirements are met according to our Student Selection and Admission Policy. Further to TOP’s general requirements, all programs have specific Admission Criteria.
Students can find the preferred program and click to go onto the undergraduate program page. The admission information has been customised for applicants with different backgrounds as outlined below:
A. Applicants with higher education study: Applicants whose highest level of study enrolment since leaving secondary education is a higher education course, whether at a university or non-university provider.
B. Applicants with vocational education and training (VET) study: Applicants whose highest level of study enrolment since leaving secondary education is a VET course.
C. Applicants with work and life experience (includes those who left secondary education more than 2 years ago): Applicants who left secondary education more than two years previously and have not undertaken VET or higher education study since then.
D. Applicants with recent secondary education (within the past two years): Applicants whose admission is based mostly on secondary education undertaken at school, TAFE or other VET or higher education provider (Australian or overseas equivalent) that was completed (or will be) in the current year or within the previous two years.
The admission information for our postgraduate programs is listed under each program on our website. Students can click to go to the preferred program page.
Student Specific Information
How to Apply
There are three ways in which students can apply to gain admission at TOP. Please select your preferred application method for further instructions on the page of how to apply.
Top Education Institute key dates http://www.top.edu.au/current-students/key-dates.
UAC key dates http://www.uac.edu.au/undergraduate/key-dates.shtml.
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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Deferral, Changes, Withdrawal and Leave of Absence
| Deferral ||Before the census date, students are allowed to defer the studies for compassionate reasons. Students need to complete Application for Deferment of Studies Form and send it with supporting documents to Admissions (email@example.com). |
| Changes ||Before the census date, students are allowed to change program for compassionate reasons. Students need to complete Application for Change Program Form and send it with supporting documents to Admissions (firstname.lastname@example.org). |
| Withdrawal ||Students can apply for withdraw their studies before or after census date. Please be aware that withdrawal post census may incur academic penalty and financial liability. Students need to complete Application for Withdrawal of Course/Units Form and sends to Student Services (email@example.com). The interview and counseling process will be arranged. |
| Leave of Absence ||Before the census date, students are allowed to apply for leave of absence for compassionate reasons. Students need to complete Leave of Absence Form and send it with supporting document to Academic (firstname.lastname@example.org). |