Westminster College recognises the difficulties that students face to adjust and adapt when moving to a country with completely new environment. The College makes every effort possible to make sure that your transition to the new environment is as simple and tension less as possible.
The College has a network of people ready to help students in need. All you have to do is to contact the student service officer at the reception with the support you require. The customer service officer will take you to the right person you can help you the right advice. . Please feel to see them in person at the office or email them to discuss about your issues.
Westminster College have 4 intakes a year. Four intakes mean students have more option to commence their courses. Please click the tab ‘2017 academic calendar’ to view the 2017 intakes.
Westminster College operates in three-session per day basis: Morning, afternoon and evening. That means have flexibility to choose the session of their choice that suits their work and other commitment. The Current term time table can be viewed by clicking the tab “current term time table’
All Westminster students must attend orientation session before commencing their courses. The objective of the mandatory orientation is to ensure that students are familiar with all college policies and procedures including their rights and obligations as a Westminster Students. Also covered in the orientations are their legal obligations as the CRICOS students. Westminster student handbook details everything that students need to know. Students are strongly encouraged to read the handbook as well as student ordination documents.
For copies of the Westminster Orientation document and the student handbook, please click the tabs ‘Westminster Student Orientation’ and ‘the student handbook’.
In order to maintain their student visa, all student visa holders must abide by the following condition at all times:
Westminster College is seeking to have an articulation agreement with a number of higher education institutions including Australia’s leading universities. This is as part of College’s effort to provide our graduates an opportunity to gain a direct entry into leading Australian universities to pursue their higher education goals. The college has already entered into an articulation agreement with King’s Own Institution (KOI).
Westminster College graduates who have successfully completed FNS50210 Diploma of Accounting will receive 6 subjects (which equals approximately 1.5 semesters) towards KOI’s Bachelor of Accounting. Students who have completed Westminster FNS60210 Advanced Diploma of Accounting will receive 8 subjects (equivalent to approximately 2 semesters) towards KOI’s Bachelor of Accounting.
The Westminster in the process of entering into the similar articulation agreement with other leading higher education institutions and universities.
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