Overseas Students
Overview - Adelaide Hospitality and Tourism School
 

International Students

About Adelaide

Adelaide is the capital of South Australia and home to over one million people. It is one of the least expensive capital cities in Australia to live. Adelaide has a very cosmopolitan atmosphere and its multi-ethnic population has meant that a wide variety of cuisine is available. The city is the gateway to the serene Adelaide hills to the east and beautiful sandy beaches to the west. Adelaide is surrounded by many wine districts to the north, south and east, about one hour’s drive from the city. Adelaide is the home of many well known festivals, including the Adelaide Festival of Arts, Adelaide Fringe Festival, WOMAD Festival, Tour Down Under and V8 Touring Car race.

Accommodation

The school does not provide accommodation but can assist with referring students to accommodation providers.

Enrolment Process

  • Complete the Application Form and return with the required documents (Previous school’s results and English test results if applicable)
  • If your application is successful, the school will send you Letter of Offer which will include all details of your course, including fees and duration.
  • Return the signed Letter of Offer to the school with your International Student Registration Fee ($200.00) and the first payment as per your Letter of Offer

Student Health Cover

Every student is required to maintain Overseas Health Cover (OHSC) with an approved health fund and evidence of cover must be supplied prior to enrolment. The cover must be at least for the duration of your student visa and the school can place your health cover if required.

Student Visa

International students are required to have a student visa, sub-class 572 to study at the school. Evidence of this visa must be supplied prior to enrolment. If a student does not hold the correct student visa at enrolment, evidence must be supplied that an application has been made to Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC).

Students Undertaking Paid Work

During school terms, students can undertake paid work up to 20 hours per week without the permission of DIAC unless their visa prohibits this. During holiday breaks, there is no restriction on the hours that a student can work, unless their visa prohibits this.

Program Intakes

  • Hospitality – rolling intake throughout year

 

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