How to Apply

  1. Choose the course that best suits your interests and career

  2. Complete the enclosed application form. This can also be found online at

  3. Attach the following documents to your application
    • Certified copies(translation if not in English) of all your academic documents
    • Certified copies of English test results (if applicable) • Work Experience documents ( if available)
    • Results and unit syllabus from previous study (if you apply for RPL) • Passport copy (Certified)
    • Passport size photo

  4. Submit, email, or mail your completed application form and required documents to a BIT authorised representative in your home country Download Student Application Form


Admissions, Brighton Institute of Technology
Level 1, 380 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC
3000 Australia,
Fax: 03-9642 1778
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What happens next

If your application is successful, you will be issued with an offer letter which outlines total course fees, course duration and course details. This offer letter will be sent to you or your education agent via email with a copy of the International Student Acceptance Agreement. If you accept the offer, the signed Acceptance Agreement and initial payment (via bank draft or electronic transfer) need to be made to BIT in accordance with the requirements of the offer letter. Upon receiving the signed and dated acceptance agreement and the required payment of fees, an Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) will be issued to you or your education agent within 48 hours. The student visa application process then commences. (Refer:

(LLN) Literacy, language and Numeracy Assistance

Literacy, language and Numeracy (LLN) assistance will be provided to students who BIT’s testing are identified as needing it. BIT tests all prospective students to ensure they have the skills required to complete their chosen course. This testing is in line with the college policy and the Australian Core Skills Framework. Information will be provided to students regarding support and assistance for LLN (Language, Literacy and Numeracy) prior to and during enrolment. Students will be provided with this information through the Student Information Handbook, via formal and informal student orientations and discussions and handouts and during the enrolment period. This information will also be available at reception upon request.


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