Applications for Semester 1, 2017 have now closed
Applications will re-open on 1st May 2017 for Semester 2 study.
If you are interested, one of our Prospective Student Advisors from our Prospective Student Advisor team will be able to work with you to explore your options. Call us on 1800 001 001 or email email@example.com now for more information or to make an appointment with a Prospective Student Advisor (note, this is a free service).
The application process
During the application period, there are five ways to apply for entry to South Metropolitan TAFE.
1. TAFE Admissions application (now closed for Semester 1)
Applications for most full-time courses are made through TAFE Admissions. Course applications for Semester 2 will be available here shortly.
2. South Metropolitan TAFE application (now closed for Semester 1)
Late Applications are accepted allows you to still be considered when the TAFE Admissions application period has closed. Forms will be available for Semester 2 in due course.
3. Apprenticeship or traineeship application
If you would like to undertake an apprenticeship or traineeship with South Metropolitan TAFE, you need to contact the Department of Training and Workforce Development's Apprenticeship Office.
The Apprenticeship Office manages the apprenticeship and traineeship system in Western Australia and helps employers, apprentices and trainees through every stage of their course.
4. Part time application
Selected courses are available to study part time at South Metropolitan TAFE. To enrol into a part time course for Semester 2, 2017 please attend the campus you wish to study on the Part-time enrolment day to be confirmed here in due course.
5. Local application
All English, Languages and Foundation Studies are through ‘local application’ only. Applications for these courses are made directly at the campus where the course is offered.
Phone our Client Contact Centre on 1800 001 001 for more information.
Enrol as a student
Before enrolling you must have received a formal offer of a place in a course at South Metropolitan TAFE and be a local student (i.e. permanent resident or citizen) and have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) Number.
Information about how to enrol for Semester 2 will be available here in due course.
Paying your fees
In order to be considered as an enrolled student you must pay your fees in full or enter into a fee payment arrangement. Your enrolment may be cancelled if you do not finalise your fees as soon as possible.
For 2017 there are a number of options to assist you with funding your studies at South Metropolitan TAFE and this depends on what type of course you are enrolled in.
Make sure you know your rights and responsibilites before you commit to study with us. To find out about our policies and by-laws, visit our Forms, Policies and Fact Sheets page.