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Yes. Students can work a maximum of 20 hours per week during their course and unlimited hours during official course holidays. Please refer to www.immi.gov.au for more information.
Yes. You can study English language at CIC without an IELTS score. However, all CIC vocational courses have an IELTS entry requirement, which must be met to gain entry. If you do not have a current IELTS score you may still qualify if you have an equivalent English language score. You can also study English at CIC to assist you to gain the required English language level. Please contact the college for a list of relevant equivalencies.
CIC offers all students a number of payment options depending on their chosen course. Please refer to the Student Finance Information section or contact the College or authorised College representative for further information.
All English Language tuition fees must be paid in full in advance (onshore and offshore). The deposit for studying vocational courses is one semester's tuition fee for offshore and one term's fee for onshore applications. Please refer to the Tuition Fees Information section for more information.
Please refer to the CIC Refund Policy in the signed Written Agreement between you and the College. You may also access the CIC Refund Policy here
CIC does not accept non Australian citizens under the age of 18. However, Australian Citizens under the age of 18 may qualify for a place in one of our Domestic courses. Please contact the College for more information.
Please refer to the living costs section of our website found under each CIC destination.
You should notify the College immediately and we will make amendments to your enrolment and notify The Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC). If you do not contact us we will assume you are not coming and cancel your eCOE. This will lead to your student visa being subject to cancellation.
For a full list of student support services, please access the CIC Students section of the webpage
If you are a student visa holder and studying a course at CIC, you must attend a minimum of 80% of your classes. Not maintaining satisfactory attendance may result in the cancellation of your visa.
Your timetable will be given to you at your course orientation.
Yes. It is a student visa requirement that you have OSHC for the entire duration of your studies in Australia. Information on how to order your card will be provided to you at orientation. Log onto www.oshcworldcare.com.au for more information.
Please note that from the 1 July 2010 students must obtain OSHC for the proposed duration of their student visa prior to the student visa being granted. If for instance, you apply for a student visa for a period of 3 years, then you are required to provide evidence of OSHC for the full 3 years period prior to visa is grant.
Please refer to the Job Assist section in the Student Life section of the webpage page for further information about the employment assistance services we offer our students.
The average class size varies, depending on the course. General English programs are normally run with between 12 - 15 students but never more than 18. Vocational courses are delivered to groups of an average of 25 students.
Yes. You can defer the start date of your course if you have good reasons. Contact the Admissions Department or ask your agent to submit a pre-course commencement deferral form. This must be done before the course start date.
Please refer to the maps in "About Us" section of the website under "Campus" for exact locations.
Please bring along a pen, writing pad, your passport and course eCOE.
At any one time CIC has students from over 40 nationalities studying across all campuses.
No. Unfortunately, in most cases, it is not possible to start your course early.
For further information relating to any of the above questions, or others you may have, please contact your registered education agent or the College's marketing team via email email@example.com
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