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The Application Process

1

Start Online Submission

Apply online. Make sure to read the course description thoroughly, take care that you meet the minimum requirements for the course.

2

Submit The Form

You must submit your full application, including your relevant documents via the “Apply Online” button at the bottom of this page. Or submit your PDF application and supporting documents to enrolment@libertycollege.edu.au

3

Review The Submission

As your application is a high priority; we will endeavour to have an answer to you within 48 working hours, but will advise you if it will be longer due to delays in reaching your contacts.

4

Review Your Offer

You will receive your offer including Invoice, Written Agreement (Offer of Acceptance) and instalment plan details.

5

Accept Your Offer

Sign and return your Written Agreement and proof of payment within 30 days from the date got your offer.

6

Confirmation of Enrolment

Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) will be issue and email to you once payment has been received.

*Noted: CoE must be requested at least 2 weeks prior to commencement of the course

Things To Know First

The application is required for students applying to any certificate or diploma program. You’ll be able to choose the course that you are interested.

You will need :

  • Passport, Official Highest Qualification, Visa(If Applicable) and English Proficiency(If Applicable)
  • Unique Student Identifier(USI) and GTE Evaluation

Where to submit missing documents?

Documents not submitted through the online method can be emailed to:

info@libertycollege.edu.au

When To Apply?

2020
   Application Deadline  Orientation Date  Intake Date
 January  30th December 2019  10th January  13th January
 March  27th March  10th April  13th April
 July  30th June  10th July  13th July
 October  28th September  9th October  12th October
2021
   Application Deadline  Orientation Date  Intake Date
 January  29th December 2020  8th January  11th January
 March  26th March  9th April  12th April
 July  29th June  9th July  12th July
 October  27th September  8th October  11th October

or

Ask us for flexible intake dates!

Enrolment Form

Personal Details:

If you do not have a USI number, please register for USI(Click Here)

Contact Information:

Education

More information about campuses (Click Here)

More information about courses (Click Here)

Education History

Additional Details

If you have question about payment plan,
Please contact finance@libertycollege.edu.au

Refund Policy & Declation

Please access and read our International Student Refund Policy(Clcik Here)

Terms & Conditions

1. No refund will be made if a student is expelled for misconduct or their visa is cancelled by the Australian government.

2. Applications for a refund must be made to the Principal in writing.

3. The enrolment processing fee is non-refundable.

4. Payment plan fee is non-refundable.

5. Tuition fees are refunded in full where:
a. we are advised of the cancellation in writing 28 days or more before the course starts.
b. A visa application is rejected by the Department of Home Affairs.

6. Notices of cancellation are not effective until written notification and evidence documents is received by us.

7. If a student cancels his/her course less than 28 days before commencement date, a cancellation fee of 50% will apply to the total tuition cost, where the course has been paid in full upfront. If the course is paid by instalments; the first tuition fee paid upfront will not be refunded.

8. If a student cancels his/her course at least 28 days before the next payment date, no further tuition fees will be charged.

9. The full amount of the upcoming tuition fee will be charged if a student cancels his/her course less than 28 days before the next payment date.

10. Pro-rata refunds of tuition fees will only be made after the commencement date of the course in special circumstances (i.e. on compelling or compassionate grounds) at the discretion of the Principal.

11. Refund in full will be given only if:
a. the course does not start on agreed day, or
b. the course ceased to be provided at any time after its starts but before its completed, or
c. the course is not provided in full because a sanction has been imposed on the provider.

12. Visa rejection refunds require:
a. a copy of the visa rejection notification from the Department of Home Affairs.
b. the Liberty International College’s Refund Request Form.

13. All refunds are made in Australian Dollars and will be paid within 4 weeks (28 days) of receiving a written claim.

14. All refunds are made payable to and sent to the student in his/her country of origin.

15. Bank charges are deducted for refunds made by bank draft or electronic transfer.

16. We will provide a statement to students that explain how the refund amount has been worked out.

17. Tuition fees are not transferable to another person or institution but may be transferred to another course within our college.

18. Course change will incur a fee of $100.

19. When acceptable documentary evidence is produced, refunds will be at our discretion. While we emphasise the value of pastoral care and seeks to make appropriate and useful services available to students, whether a student avails him or herself of these services is a matter of individual choice. Please note that our employees, agents or related entities expressly disclaim to the full extent permitted by the law any liability whatsoever arising out of or in respect of information, advice or opinion provided by our employees or related entities in respect of matters other than the course program itself.

20. In the unlikely event that we are unable to deliver your course in full, you will be offered a refund of all the course money you have paid to date. The refund will be paid to you within 2 weeks (14 days) of the day on which the course ceased being provided. Alternatively, you may be offered enrolment in an alternative course at our college at no extra cost to you. You have the right to choose whether you would prefer a full refund of course fees, or to accept a place in another course. If you choose placement in another course, we will ask you to sign a document to indicate that you accept the placement.

21. If we are unable to provide a refund or place you in an alternative course our Tuition Protection Service (TPS), will place you in a suitable alternative course at no extra cost to you.

22. Finally, if Liberty Construction College cannot place you in a suitable alternative course, the ESOS Assurance Fund Manager will attempt to place you in a suitable alternative course or, if this is not possible, you will be eligible for a refund as calculated by the Fund Manager.
Health Cover – OSHC
It is a condition of student visa that all students arrange health insurance before being issued with a visa and that the insurance is maintained during the student’s stay in Australia.
Deferral, suspension, or cancellation of enrolment
Please read the information in the Student Handbook (available from the college’s website) before you sign the declaration.
Visa Requirements
Students are required to undertake a full-time study workload of 20 contact hours per week and achieve a minimum rate of academic progress that will enable them to complete the course in the time frame stated in their Confirmation of Enrolment. Students are therefore required to successfully complete a minimum of 50% of their units in a semester. Failure to do so will have to be reported to Department of Home Affairs and may result in the cancellation of their student visa.
Change of Address
The student understands that they must advise Liberty International College within 48 hours of any change in their address or contact details during their course.

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Brisbane Office

LIBERTY CONSTRUCTION COLLEGE

Ground Floor
490 Upper Edward street
Brisbane QLD 4000

Mon – Fri
9:00AM – 5:00PM

+61-07-3161-6102
info@libertycollege.edu.au

Social Info

Entry Requirements

Program Name Academic Entry Requirement English Entry Requirement
CRICOS 095745F/CPC30211
Certificate III in Carpentry
Duration: 78 weeks
 
 

· Must have completed high school year 10 or equivalent and above *· Must be 18 years of age or above

 
 

 
 

 
 

· Academic IELTS score 5.5 minimum (no lower than 5.0 in each band); or· PTE Academic 42;                      or

· Equivalent **

 CRICOS 097026K / CPC31311
Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling
Duration: 52 weeks
 CRICOS 095747D / CPC40110
Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building)
Duration: 52 weeks

· Must have completed high school year 12 or equivalent and above *

· Must be 18 years of age or above

CRICOS 095748C / CPC50210
Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)
Duration: 52 weeks

· Must have completed high school year 12 or equivalent and above *

· Must be 18 years of age or above

· Successful completion of the CRICOS Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) (095747D / CPC40110)


*Any AQF qualification at the Certificate III level or above in any discipline area delivered and assessed in English will be deemed as meeting both the academic and English language entry requirements.

** IELTS is the preferred test for English proficiency; However, results of other testing systems may also be accepted. Students must show certified proof of their proficiency or proof of having passed an English Language Test in the last two years.