All applicants can study at The Management School Sydney (TMSS) in the year in which they turn 18 years of age. Applicants are required to have minimum levels of English. Please check the English language requirements for BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business, BSB50215 Diploma of Business, and BSB60215 Advanced Diploma of Business, on the courses page.
Make sure that you can meet the entry requirements for your chosen course at TMSS before you proceed to the next step in the application process.
Students should also be aware that there are deadlines for accepting an offer and making the fee payment. CoEs will not be issued after the cut-off date. This is to ensure that students have a reasonable time to get their visa and arrive in time for orientation and the start of classes.
3. Submit your application
You can apply to study at The Management School Sydney by completing your Application Online. You can also download the TMSS Application Form and follow the process described below.
Apply using an education agent: You can apply directly or you can apply through a TMSS approved education agents. You pay the same fees whether you apply directly to us or through one of our agents.
Apply online: Many students choose to apply directly, especially as they can use this website to find all the information they need and submit their applications online. Other students choose to use an agent to assist them in preparing and submitting their study and visa applications. If you do not already have an agent, you can find an approved TMSS agent using our Agent List.
Applications submitted online by agents also receive priority processing.
Receive your Letter of Offer: Once we have received your application and supporting documentation, we will assess your eligibility to study your selected course(s). If eligible and there are places available we will send you a Letter of Offer. This letter will be sent to you directly or through the agent you have nominated according to your instructions on the application form.
If we have not received all of the required supporting documentation from you, for example certified copies of certificates etc., then your Letter of Offer will have conditions listed noting the information you still need to provide.
Please note that your place is subject to availability at the time of acceptance and payment. You must allow sufficient time before your program starts to obtain your visa and make arrangements to come to Sydney in Australia. Each country has different criteria for applying student visa.
Please be aware that the application process may take up to 3 months.
4. Accept your offer and pay
To accept your Offer, you must return your signed Acceptance Letter with:
• Supporting documentation that you were requested to supply, in your Letter of Offer (i.e. conditions) • Payment of your schedule of fees, as indicated in your Letter of Offer
5. Apply for your student visa
Subject to the availability of places after you have signed and returned the Letter of Acceptance, made full payment and met any conditions, we will provide you with a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) which you will need in order to apply for a student visa at the Australian High Commission or Embassy in your country. You must have a student visa in order to enter Australia and commence your studies.
From 1.7.2016 there is a new student visa system called SSVF (Simplified Student Visa Framework). Detailed information about the processing of student visas is available via the website of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection.
If you need help obtaining your visa and other aspects of moving to Australia, which might be best provided in your own country or language, then you might like to use the services of a TMSS approved agent.
6. Receive your visa and start your study in AU
When your student visa has been granted , you are ready to come to Sydney, Australia, to begin your course. You must arrive in Australia prior to the commencement of your course or your enrolment may be deferred to the next available intake and you may have to return home.