Overseas Students

CTC welcomes overseas students and provides students with a safe, enjoyable and rewarding place to study.

CTC complies with Australia's law to promote quality education and consumer protection of overseas students.
 
More details regarding studying in Australia can be found on the Study Australia website.

Courses Available to Holders of an Overseas Student Visa (subclass 500)

Cricos Provider Code: 01037A

Admission Criteria

See appropriate degree pages for specific admission criteria.

English Language Requirements for Student Visa Holders

All overseas students must meet the requisite English language proficiency level for admission to their course.
 
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Coursework Study
IELTS test result with an overall score of 6.5 and no individual band score under 6.0, or an equivalent test as specified in the 
University of Divinity Admissions Policy, Schedule A.
 
Higher Degree by Research
IELTS test result with an overall score of 7.0 and no individual band score under 6.5, or an equivalent test as specified in the University of Divinity Admissions Policy, Schedule A.

Application for Enrolment and Re-enrolment Procedures

Application guidelines for overseas student visa holders are listed on the University of Divinity website.
For enrolment and reenrolment procedures see How To Enrol.

Student Visa Information

Information on applying for and obtaining a student visa is available on the University of Divinity Website.

Student Visa Holders must study full-time in their course and must also satisfy course progress requirements.
 
If a student fails to satisfy course progress requirements, University of Divinity must report this to the Department of Education, which may impact the student’s visa. Students must also inform CTC and the Department of Home Affairs of any changes to their address and contact details.
 
Students are strongly advised to view the Department of Home Affairs website for comprehensive information on the Student Visa (subclass 500) and to ensure current visa regulations are met.
 

Fees and Refunds

Under the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000, re-enrolling students must pay their fees at least two weeks before the start of each semester. Failure to pay fees prior to the commencement of classes may lead to visa cancellations.
 
The University of Divinity fees webpage gives full information of fees, fees policy and refunds in the case of a student's withdrawal from their course.

Further Information

Enquiries

During Office Hours

Mrs Rose Sultana, Overseas Student Contact, Catholic Theological College
Phone: (03) 9412 3307
 
Outside Office Hours
For urgent assistance after hours, please call the University's after hours hotline on 1800 775 691.
Overseas Students
Outside Office Hours
For urgent assistance after hours please call the University's after hours hotline on 1800 775 691.