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What to do if you have not received an offer
Before you can enrol for a full-time course, you must have received an offer to the email address you applied with.
You should follow the instructions for competitive or non-competitive courses. Find out if your course is competitive by checking our course list.
What to do if you have an offer
If you have an offer, congratulations! Your eligibility for the course has been checked and a place has been allocated to you in a course.
You should come to campus or enrol by phone straight away if you have an offer that you wish to take up.
Check your offer correspondence as it has some key information:
- Your enrolment location, date and time
- The course you have been made an offer for
- What you need to do before enrolment
What to do if your offer has expired
If you do not enrol by the deadline listed on your offer correspondence, your offer will lapse and will be offered to another student on the waitlist. It is for this reason that it is important that you keep in contact with us. Call us on 1300 553 444 if you are having trouble using our enrolment or payment options.
If your offer does lapse, you can still study with us. We will release lists of courses with places left after the first round of offers have been exhausted. In past semesters there have been dozens of fantastic courses that lead to popular study pathways. Get in touch with us on 1300 553 444 or visit our late applications page for more information.
Competitive (popular) courses
If you have applied for a competitive course and your application is deemed eligible and most competitive, your offer will be released at the same time as all offers for the same course. You will need to finalise your enrolment and arrange payment by the expiry date listed on your offer letter or risk wasting your offer. Competitive round 1 offers for Semester 1, 2021 will be released early January and for round 2, offers will be released approximately mid January, 2021. If you have applied in late January for remaining places, you may be made an offer straight away or within a few days of submitting your application.
All non-competitive courses will release offers throughout the application period to eligible students, so applying early means you will be allocated a place in a course early. Offers will continue to be released right up to term start, and when classes are full, there may be additional classes made available, subject to room availability.
Before you enrol
There are a few steps to getting ready for enrolment:
Step 1: Get a USI (Unique Student Number). Visit www.usi.gov.au(opens in a new tab) to start.
Step 2: Check your indicative fee. Visit our Fees and Options page for our indicative fees list. While you’re there, check out our payment options.
Step 3: Check you don’t already have a debt with us. If you do, you will need to pay your debt before you can enrol. You can choose to pay your debt and new enrolment at the same time. You cannot enter into a payment plan for an outstanding debt, it must be paid in full. Call us on 1300 553 444 or visit a customer service counter to check if you think you have an outstanding debt.
Step 4: Prepare your paperwork for enrolment. Your offer letter with your TAS ID will be the best place to start, but you should definitely bring your concession or Centrelink card, passport as evidence of your Australian residency, and if you’re under 18 years of age, your proof of age card.
Step 5: Prepare your financial information. If you choose to pay in full, you’ll need a credit card. If you choose to pay by instalments, you’ll need your bank details. If you choose to apply for a VET Student Loan, you’ll need to prove your eligibility. If you’re under 18 years of age and wish to enter into a payment plan, you’ll need your parent or guardian to counter sign your payment plan agreement. To find out if you are eligible for a Student Loan and how to prove this, visit our Student Loans page. To find out more about our payment options, visit our Fees and Payment Options page.
Step 6: Read the enrolment terms and conditions. It’s important you understand your rights and responsibilities before you commit to study with us, including your financial obligations. Full refunds are not available if you change your mind after enrolling. To find out about our policies and by-laws, visit our Forms, Policies and Fact Sheets page. Information on our withdrawals and refund conditions can be found on our Withdrawals and Refunds page.
After you’ve completed all 6 steps, you are ready to enrol!