All fees must be paid prior to the commencement of the course or as per an agreed payment plan accepted in writing by the Student. All ongoing fees must be paid as invoiced for the course. All fees are payable in Australian dollars. Students will not be permitted to commence or continue their course until all outstanding fees have been paid. New York College reserves the right to cancel a Student’s enrolment for nonpayment of fees, where fees are overdue by more than 14 days. Any cancellation of enrolment due to non-payment of fees will be reported to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection as prescribed under Section 19 of the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000 (ESOS Act).
New York College reserves the right to change fees at any time, subject to the relevant authority’s approval.
Refund of the fees will only be granted in accordance with the refund policy set out below. Enrolment fees are non-refundable under any circumstances, except in the unlikely circumstances where New York College is unable to provide the course.
New York College (New York College) has a fee refund policy for situations where special circumstances exist. We will make a full refund of course fees paid (less administration and enrolment fee charge) in the following circumstances:
New York College will make a partial refund of tuition fees in the following circumstances:
A Student who wishes to apply for a Refund of tuition fees in accordance with this Refund Policy should do so in writing and stating reasons and relevant details by submitting it to the Manager, New York College.
All refunds for which a Student is eligible will be forwarded, within 14 days to the person who paid the fees in his or her home country, unless the Student is transferring to another institution in Australia (subject to Visa conditions), in which case any refund may be remitted to that institution, as authorised by the Student or his/her guardian. New York College will provide the Student with a statement detailing the calculation of the refund.
All refunds must be approved by the CEO. Exemptions to any of the above mention cases may only occur where the Student has extenuating or compassionate grounds as determined by the CEO. “This agreement, and the availability of complaints and appeals processes, does not remove the right of the Student to take action under Australia’s consumer protection laws”.
Students are required to pay all their course fees as they become due (as per the conditions outlined in the enrolment documentation). Delays in payments may result in a $50 per week late fee fine. Ongoing delays in payment of College fees may result in cancellation of enrolment.
The College reserves the right to utilise the services of a debt-collection agency for the collection of overdue fees, in circumstances where the College’s internal processes to collect the fees have not been successful. In such circumstances, costs for full debt collection/ recovery, including costs such as demand letters, skip/trace, solicitor’s involvement etc. will be added to the amount outstanding and the Student will be liable for the costs
1. New York College reserves the right to change its fees and conditions, cancel or defer courses, and to alter course timetables at any time.
2. Information is collected on this form and during your enrolment in order to meet our obligations under the ESOS Act and the National Code 2007 and for the purpose of operating as a Registered Training Organisation under the Australian Skills Quality Authority; to ensure student compliance with the conditions of their visas and their obligations under Australian immigration laws generally. The authority to collect this information is contained in the Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act 2000, the ESOS Regulations 2001 and the National Code of Practice for Registration Authorities and Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students 2007. Information collected about you on this form and during your enrolment can be provided, in certain circumstances, to the Australian Government and designated authorities and, if relevant, the Tuition Assurance Scheme and the ESOS Assurance Fund Manager. In other instances information collected on this form or during your enrolment can be disclosed without your consent where authorised or required by law. The College is required, under s19 of the ESOS Act 2000, to report certain changes to the student’s enrolment and any breach by the student of a student visa condition relating to attendance or satisfactory academic performance. It is a requirement of AQF that students can access personal information held by New York College and may request corrections to information that is incorrect or out of date. This agreement is made in accordance with the ESOS Act 2000, ESOS Regulations 2001 and the National Code 2007. This agreement and the availability of complaints and appeals processes, does not remove the right to the student to take action under Australia’s consumer protection laws.
3. Personal information collected as a result of your enrolment will be used by New York College for general student administration and vocational education and training administration and regulation; as well as planning, reporting, communication, research, evaluation, financial administration (including debt recovery), auditing and marketing. Only authorised New York College officers and other authorised persons (e.g. service providers) have access to this information. You agree that New York College may use the email address supplied by the student as a point of contact for any information it deems necessary. You agree that New York College will access Visa Entitlement Verification Online (VEVO) services at any time to confirm their visa status, work and study rights.
4. You agree that New York College will release information pertaining to their enrolment (excluding academic records), attendance and account details to their education agent.
5. Photographs, videos and testimonials taken by New York College may be used for marketing and promotional purposes, unless the student advises the college in writing that they do not wish their images to be used for the above purposes.
6. All students on student visas must attend at least 80% of their course and maintain satisfactory course progress at all times. Failure to do so may result in a cancellation of enrolment and the student being reported to the Australian immigration authorities. Sick days are noted as absences and students are advised to present medical certificates for any absences due to sickness.
7. Student visa holders must keep New York College informed regarding their current residential address and contact phone numbers at all times.
8. All students must adhere to New York College’s code of conduct and New York College policies, rules and regulations. Details are available in the Student Handbook that can be downloaded from the New York College website: www.newyorkcollege.edu.au It is a condition of enrolment that students read, understand and follow the college rules and code of conduct. Students are advised to familiarise themselves with the details in the Student Handbook. Aggressive behaviour, bullying, racism, vandalism and/or conduct that threaten others is not tolerated. Failure to follow the college Code of Conduct may result in the student being: asked to leave the campus; reported to appropriate authorities; required to pay for any damages; suspended from the college for a specific period without refund of fees; or expelled for serious breaches. It is the student’s responsibility to read and understand the information provided in the Student Handbook. The Student Handbook and other relevant information is publicly available on the college website.
Step 1: Read the Conditions of Enrolment
Step 2: Complete the enrolment details
Step 3: Attach the following documents:
If you are applying for full-time Certificate or Diploma courses, please provide the following documents:
Step 4: Submit your enrolment form, with the above documents to New York College
Step 5: If your application is successful, you will receive an Offer letter and invoice for payment within 2 working days. You must sign the “Acceptance of Offer” form and return to us with proof of payment as soon as possible.
Step 6: After we receive your payment and acceptance form, we will issue a “Confirmation of Enrolment” (COE). (If other conditions have been noted on your letter of offer, you will be required to meet the conditions before a COE can be issued)