Study options for International Students
- Full-time, on-campus
- Entry requirement for international students
- IELTS overall score of 5.5 Academic or equivalent proof of English
- Eligible for a student visa
- Completion of High School
Students attend classes on 2 days per week, alongside paid employment in hospitality and events establishments. Our academic year is split into two semesters, which are parallel to those of universities, with each semester lasting 16 weeks. You’ll learn from industry professionals in small class sizes, which lends to a personalised learning experience.
Academic Calendar 2018-2019
|Intake||Orientation||Start Date||Census Date||Study Break||End Date|
|Feb 2019||Feb 4||Feb 11||Mar 1||Apr 22 – Apr 26||May 17|
|Jun 2019||Jun 3||Jun 11||Jun 28||Jul 15 – Jul 19||Sep 13|
|Sep 2019||Sep 23||Sep 30||Oct 18||No Break||Dec 20|
Courses and Fees
Click on the individual course names for full course information.
A complete listing of 2019 Course Duration and Fees for International Students can be found below.
All fees are indicative only and may be subject to change.
International students are able to pay for their fees in two ways:
- All upfront at the beginning of each Trimester; or
- In instalments .
For information on fee payments and refunds, please see this document.
|CRICOS Code||SIT Code||Packaged Course||Course Length||Sem Fee||Total Tuition Fee||Intakes|
|090957A||SIT40416||Certificate IV in Hospitality||1 year||A$7,000||A$14,000||Feb, Jul|
|090990M||SIT50316||Diploma of Hospitality Management||1 year||A$7,200||A$14,400||Feb, Jul, Oct|
|091144G||SIT60316||Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management||2 years||A$7,200||A$28,800||Feb, Jul, Oct|
|091144G/091144G||SIT60316/SIT60216||Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management||Advanced Diploma of Events Management||2 years||A$7,700||A$30,800||Feb, Jul, Oct|
|094296A||SIT50316||Diploma of Event Management||1 year||A$7,200||A$14,400||Feb, Jul|
|091088M||SIT60216||Advanced Diploma of Event Management||2 years||A$7,200||A$28,800||Feb, Jul|
|094293D||SIT30816||Certificate III in Commercial Cookery||1.5 years||A$7,500||A$22,500||Feb, Jul, Oct|
|0944294C||SIT40516||Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery||1.5 years||A$7,900||A$23,700||Feb, Jul, Oct|
|090990M/094293D||SIT50416/SIT30816||Diploma of Hospitality Management||Certificate III in Commercial Cookery||2 years||A$7,500||A$30,000||Feb, Jul, Oct|
|090990M/094294C||SIT50416/SIT40516||Diploma of Hospitality Management||Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery Major||2 years||A$7,900||A$31,600||Feb, Jul, Oct|
|091144G/094294C||SIT60316/SIT40516||Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management||Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery Major||2 years||A$8,625||A$34,500||Feb, Jul, Oct|
|Administration Expenses and Costs|
|Enrolment Fee (non refundable)||A$200|
|Amenities Fees||A$200 per year|
|Course Resources||A$200 per year|
|Hospitality and Event Management|
|RSA Certificate (Hospitality & Events Students)||A$125|
|First Aid Certificate (Commercial Cookery Students)||A$125|
|Uniform and Kit||A$415|
|Additional Fees and Costs|
|RPL Application and Assessment||A$300|
|RPL Qualification Fee||A$2,000|
|Unit re-enrolment / Repeating a subject or a subject Cluster||Refer to Individual subject prices|
|Printing on campus||A$0.20 per page (Black and white)|
|Re-issue fee for each qualification or transcripts||A$50|
|Replacement of Student ID or Name tag||A$20|
|Scarf or Tie(replacement)||A$45|
|Late fee penalty||A$300|
|Re-assessment of an Assessment task/test||A$50|
|Late submission of an assessment after results have been issued||A$50|
|Repeating practical session in commercial Kitchen||A$200 for every missed session|
|Repeating a workplace assessment||A$150|
|Re-issue of Offer Letter||A$50|
|Permission of leave application (international students only)||A$50|
|Course Cancellation (international students only)||A$500|
The student visa requirements specify that you must maintain full-time enrolment (20hours of study in class per week) in the course, satisfactory academic progress within the expected duration on your Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE), and an 80% attendance record. If you fail to satisfy course requirements, your visa may be cancelled.
Changing education provider (transfer)
Upon student visa conditions, students who want to transfer from a Kenvale College course to another provider must have completed 6 months of the principal course. If students want to transfer prior to completion of the 6 months of the principal course, students will need to submit a course withdrawal form and with will be processed by our Compliance Department.
Withdrawals and Deferrals
Visit our How to Apply page for more information on withdrawals and deferrals.
Students who are enrolled need to comply with the following College refund policy and procedures:
If you’re an agency working with international students and wish to represent Kenvale College, please complete the Expression of Interest (EOI) Form and email it back to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We very much value our relationships with our agent partners not only in helping our students find the right College and career path but also in helping us support them throughout their journey at Kenvale and beyond.
Kenvale College has agreements with the following Agencies.
All applicants for study at Kenvale College are required to provide evidence of their English Language proficiency. All language test scores must be not more than 2 years old at the course commencement date. Eligible students who do not meet the English language requirements may apply to study an English course prior to the Kenvale Course.
Please view our quick guide for more information on our English language proficiency requirements: An Easy Guide to English Proficiency Requirement for Students.
Applying for a Student Visa
To study in Australia, you need to apply for a student visa in your country of origin after you’ve received your Confirmation of Enrolment. For more details on the type of visa and assessment level, visit Department of Home Affairs (DHA) website on http://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/ as visa applications may take some time to process, applicants are advised to check their visa requirements at the time of application.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Kenvale College welcomes applicants who have prior educational experience and recognises qualifications from other tertiary level institutions. Course credit is exemption from enrolment in a particular subject as a result of previous study (Credit Transfer) or experience held (RPL). Please see the College’s Pathway Policy for more details. Click HERE for more information on applying for RPL.
Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)
Overseas Student Health Cover is compulsory for everyone holding a student visa. You will need to purchase OSHC for the proposed duration of your student visa and include this payment with your tuition fees when accepting an offer of study at Kenvale College. The following health covers are available:
- Singles: covers only the valid student visa holder
- Dual family: covers one valid student visa holder plus either one adult spouse or recognised de-facto partner or one or more dependent children
- Multi- family: covers one student visa holder plus more than one dependant which can only include one adult spouse or recognised de-facto partner and one or more dependent children
Kenvale College currently has a partnership arrangement with Allianz Global Assistance and can arrange this on the behalf of students.
Living in Sydney
It is recommended that international students familiarise themselves with the International Student Handbook as well as the ESOS Act. This legislation contains and details important information that ensures the quality of their education and protecting their rights in Australia.
Living in Sydney
Sydney is Australia’s largest city and is located on the sunny southeast coast of Australia. It’s also very multicultural with nearly 4 million people from 180 nations, speaking 140 different languages who call Sydney home. Sydney enjoys average maximum temperatures of around 27oC in summer and 15oC in winter. Winter nights can drop to less than 7oC, so you’ll need to rug up a little! Whatever you’re into – sightseeing, arts and entertainment, sport, shopping or eating out, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Visit www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au to discover more.
Kenvale College is located in Randwick, a residential suburb of Sydney just 15 minutes drive from Sydney’s CBD. Kenvale is also walking distance from Coogee, one of Sydney’s most beautiful beaches. The area accommodates many students and a large multicultural population. Randwick is a major educational centre, playing host to the University of New South Wales and the Sydney Institute of Technology, Randwick Campus. For more details about relocating to Sydney, visit www.studyinaustralia.gov.au/global/why-australia to discover more.
Starting from 1 February 2018, a single international student requires a minimum of $20,290 to cover living expenses for 12 months of study. In their visa application, students are required by the Department of Home Affairs to declare that they have enough money to pay for travel, tuition, and living expenses for the duration of their stay in Australia.
Students under the age of 18
International students under the age of 18 years must have appropriate accommodation arrangements while in Australia, i.e. living with parent/s, a legal custodian, a relative over 21 who has been nominated by their parent/s or guardian or other accommodation approved by the College.
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I just wanted to express thanks and congratulations to all at Kenvale for the magnificent lunch provided on Thursday.
I have been to many hatted restaurants this year and can honestly say that they would have struggled to produce such fantastic dishes.
The lunch was a credit to your students and your staff. It would be a privilege to enjoy another visit next year.
Best wishes to your graduating students for success in their career and to your staff to continue to guide students to reach such a high standard.