At College of English Education and Training Australia (CEETA), we will do our best to help and support our students all the way from day one that prospective students approached us through the application form process to, acceptance, course commencement to the completion of the courses.
How to Apply
Select from our courses list for International students on our website and fill in our initial application form in our website, and return a completed application form along with the required documents to us.
Once we receive your application, CEETA College admin team verifies and process your application through our enrolment requirements of the course and issue a conditional letter of offer, If your application is successful then we will advise you to accept the offer, which will be emailed to you.
Review your letter of offer to ensure course fees, duration, payment plan and other details are stated correctly. Required payment of tuition fee. Return signed acceptance of offer.
Once we receive your required payment and signed acceptance of offer, we will issue an electronic confirmation of enrolment (CoE) and send it to you.
Apply for an Australian student visa at your nearest Australian High commissioner overseas.
English Language Ability
For any Certificate IV of Commercial Cookery, Diploma of Hospitality Management students must provide evidence of attaining
an overall IELTS score of 5.5 bands or equivalent scores on a similar test (such as TOEFL, PTE etc).
Alternatively, students can be accepted into a course if they have:
attained at least Upper Intermediate Level of English and must provide evidence of the same, or passed CEETA College relevant Internal English Placement Test.
At CEETA College our Student Support Officer is ready to support students as they moving to the new country, learning system and new cultural environment. All students are able to access and get assistance in non-academic matters, such as accommodation, medical, legal and personal issues that might be preventing them doing their best work while they are here at the College.
The Student Support Officer is responsible of the delivery of academic skills and language support to ensure adjustment to study and life in Australia and to ensure student experiences and outcomes are continuously improved. In addition to workshops and one-to-one language and academic support, each course on offer at the College provides Supervised Self-Study time (SST) which is an opportunity for students to practice self-directed learning in a supervised environment.
Health, safety and security
Our first-aid kit is available at CEETA College and may be accessed through reception. Further medical help should be arranged if needed.