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Admission Requirements for Local Students

The School of Tourism and Hotel Management

Certificate 3 level courses

  • These qualifications are available to applicants who are turning 16 years of age in their first semester and have achieved a satisfactory result in the Australian equivalent of Year 10 or higher.

Certificate 4 level courses

  • These qualifications are available to applicants who are turning 17 years of age in their first semester and have achieved a satisfactory result in the Australian equivalent of Year 11 or higher, or
  • These courses are well suited to industry employees who are seeking to upgrade their knowledge and skills and/or seeking to formalise their experience through the award of a formal qualification.

Diploma level courses:

  • These qualifications are available to applicants who are turning 18 years of age in their first semester and have acheived a satisfactory result for the Australian equivalent of Year 12 or higher, or

  • Diploma level courses are most suited to industry employees who are at supervisory level or above and who are seeking to upgrade their knowledge and skills and/or seeking to formalise their experience through the award of a formal qualification.

The School of Culinary Arts

Certificate courses

  • These qualifications are available to applicants who are turning 16 years of age in their first semester and have achieved a satisfactory result in the Australian equivalent of Year 10 or higher.

The School of Business and Management

Certificate 4 level courses

  • These qualifications are available to applicants who are turning 17 years of age in their first semester and have achieved a satisfactory result in the Australian equivalent of Year 11 or higher, or
  • These courses are well suited to industry employees who are seeking to upgrade their knowledge and skills and/or seeking to formalise their experience through the award of a formal qualification.

Diploma level courses:

  • These qualifications are available to applicants who are turning 18 years of age in their first semester and have acheived a satisfactory result for the Australian equivalent of Year 12 or higher, or

  • Diploma level courses are most suited to industry employees who are at supervisory level or above and who are seeking to upgrade their knowledge and skills and/or seeking to formalise their experience through the award of a formal qualification.

 

The Student Handbook

In addition to the above, ACAE strongly recommends all applicants to read the Student handbook containing important information about ACAE including the Student Charter, Code of Conduct, ACAE Values and a complete A to Z listing of very useful information that will assist you throughout your studies at ACAE. A copy of the Student Handbook can be found in the Documents section on this page.

 

application form
Application Form
Local student fees
Local Student Course Fees
vet fee-help information
VET Fee-HELP Information Booklet
student refunds
Domestic Student Refund Policy
student agreement
Domestic Student Agreement
student handbook
Student Handbook