Information for students

Graduates of the College may seek credits to the relevant degree programs in Australian Universities. The College has no special arrangements with any Australian University and there is no guaranteed entry into University programs. As a general rule students with high marks will have the best chance of being accepted by a University.

Students completing all assessment requirements for a qualification will be awarded a certificate corresponding to the completed course. Students completing assessment requirements for part of a qualification will be awarded a Statement of Attainment indicating which modules or units of competency they have completed.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process designed to recognise previous formal or informal learning, work and life experiences that the student may have had to the extent that they are relevant to the course outcomes. The RPL process allows students to receive recognition under these circumstances and therefore enable them to focus more on areas they need to achieve competencies in order to gain their qualifications Students who believe they already have some of the competencies in the course may apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). An essential requirement of RPL is that you can prove that you currently have the required competencies. Application may only be made after enrolment and payment of fees and must be made using the RPL application form that will be provided during orientation. Students must attach verified copies of all relevant documents to the RPL application form. There is no reduction in tuition fees if RPL is applied for and granted. It is recommended that student seek advice from the College before commencing an RPL application.

Orientation is conducted on the first week of your course. Its purpose is to fully inform new students of most aspects of life at the College and to provide an introduction to studying, Melbourne's costs of living, transportation, facilities, banking and accommodation. In addition College staff will be introduced, a tour of the College and the local area will take place and an opportunity to ask questions will be given. It is essential that you attend the orientation program otherwise you may miss out on information that affects your study, your visa or your enjoyment of your stay in Australia.

The training classrooms and administration of the Barkly International College is located on:-

  1. 568-570 Lonsdale St, Melbourne 3000.This location is on a main road about 1 km from the centre of Melbourne. It is easily accessed by train with frequent services to Southern Cross Station which is a gentle 5 minutes walk from the College.
  2. 14/65 Mark St, North Melbourne 3051.This location is 500m from Macaulay Station. It is easily accessed by train with frequent services which is gentle 3 minutes walk from the College. Automotive

 

  1. 14/65 Mark St, North Melbourne 3051.This location is 500m from Macaulay Station. It is easily accessed by train with frequent services which is gentle 3 minutes walk from the College.

 

Head Office Address: 568-570 Lonsdale St Melbourne 3000 classroom facilities and a small resource centre. This facility is approximately 1 km of the centre of Melbourne and easily accessed by public transport.

Students will be given complete information about the location of facilities and travel between the facilities (including a guided trip between all facilities) during the orientation program run by the College.