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Enrolling at WIN

Campus locations:

  • Levels 1-5, 302-306 Elizabeth St Surry Hills 2010
  • Level 7, 451 Pitt St, Sydney 2000

Information about semesters, census dates, holidays,

A. Applicants with higher education study

Students who have successfully undertaken higher education at a recognized institution or university, will be accepted for admission into Wentworth Institute of Higher Education. Where students have completed a subject at a similar level at an Australian institution, credit transfer will be granted. Applicants may also apply for recognition of prior learning (RPL).

B. Applicants with vocational education and training (VET) study

Students who complete vocational programs at Wentworth Institute (WIN) at a credit level or higher may be eligible for exemptions in their higher education study at Wentworth Institute.

Students who complete vocational programs at Wentworth Institute (WIN) at a credit level or higher may be eligible for exemptions in their higher education study at Wentworth Institute.

Students who complete a Diploma of Leadership and Management and an Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management may be eligible for exemptions in 6 subjects in the BBus (Professional Accounting) or 8 subjects in the BBus (Professional Accounting).

Students who complete an Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management may be eligible for exemptions in 6 subjects in the BBus.

Students who complete an Advanced Diploma of Information Technology Business Analysis may be eligible for exemptions in 2 subjects in the BBus.

Students who complete a Diploma of Accounting may be eligible for exemptions in 3 subjects in the BBus (Professional Accounting).

Students who complete a Diploma of Screen and Media may be eligible for exemptions in 8 subjects in the Bachelor of Interactive Media.

WIN will also review students applying for admission from other institutions and may offer exemptions based on the pattern of study and the level of achievement.

Credit may be granted for work experience, volunteering, internships or workplace training where that learning can be documented to the satisfaction of the Course Coordinator that it upholds the integrity of the higher education award to which it applies. The onus shall be on the applicant to provide appropriate evidence or demonstrate the relevant skills, knowledge and understanding that are inherent in the relevant higher education award. NB This may require a student to undertake tasks to enable their learning outcomes to be assessed.

C. Applicants with recent secondary education (within the past two years)

Recent school leavers will be admitted into the undergraduate degree programs if they meet at least one of the entry requirements posted here

D. Applicants with work and life experience

Entry may be offered to applicants with work experience, volunteering, internships or workplace training where that learning can be documented by the Registrar as being equivalent to applicants with formal qualifications who are offered entry into WIN’s programs.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

WIN is committed to providing higher education pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who do not have an HSC or other qualification may apply to study at WIN through an alternative entry program.

Domestic applicants with overseas qualifications

Australian citizens or permanent residents with overseas qualifications are assessed after they have provided certified documents for academic achievements (and transcript if relevant).

English language proficiency

Students whose first language is not English must demonstrate competency in the English language. English proficiency can be demonstrated by providing proof of an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) overall test result (or equivalent alternative test result) that meets the specified level of English proficiency denoted for the course.

All applicants may apply directly to WIN by completing the Application Form

application form for domestic students
Fax: +61 2 8252 9988
info@win.edu.au
The general guidance on the overall admissions process may be found at http://www.win.edu.au/~wined948/win_hiedu/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/PP-20-Selection-and-Admissions-PP-V1.4-9.2015.pdf . Applicants may expect to receive a Letter of Offer via email (or advice that an Offer will not be made) from WIN within 2 weeks of lodging their application.

After an applicant has received an offer of a place at Wentworth Institute, has been received, the applicant completes, signs and dates the acceptance of the offer, pays the minimum required payment, adds any documentation related to conditions attached to the offer or documentation required to apply for Advanced standing/academic credit/recognition of prior learning (RPL) and forwards these to WIN (wendy@win.edu.au). The Assistant Registrar then processes the acceptance and forwards the Confirmation of Enrolment to the applicant or the applicant’s agent.
If you have decided to cancel your studies and you have been offered FEE-HELP, you must withdraw your enrolment in each unit of study before the census date or you will incur debt.
Refund advice for a Domestic Student withdrawing from a course may be found here
Refund advice for an International Student withdrawing from a course may be found here
If you decide to defer your enrolment you should complete a ‘Deferral Form’ form to commence in the next intake, and email this to WIN Admissions (wendy@win.edu.au) and.
Fees and charges may be found here

Various services are available on campus. Please click on the links for further information.

  • Accommodation
  • Student welfare service: The Student Welfare Service offers advice and support on a range of personal matters including where to go for advice on financial issues, tenancy issues, as well as accommodation and health related issues. Students should contact Jake, a full-time Student Support Officer for direction to the correct person to address the student’s needs. He may be found on Level 1, 302-306 Elizabeth St and his email is jakef@win.edu.au.
    Students may also see the Registrar, who will speak with students face-to-face, over the telephone or via email kristina@win.edu.au. Face to face appointments may be made at Reception.
  • Academic support: There is a range of support services for you at Wentworth Institute that will assist you in your academic studies. All of our staff have student consultation times as shown on subject outlines to meet with students to discuss any problems they may be having. Head lecturers for each course are available to support you and help. Contact them face to face or via email to arrange a time to meet with them. Students may attend academic writing support classes or receive individual assistance with a qualified support person in the Library on Level 1. These classes are invaluable for learning how to structure an essay or report, how to avoid plagiarism and how to write effectively. Classes are advertised on subject Moodle sites. For further information see:
  • Academic systems support: The Academic Support Systems Manager has an office on Level 5. He can help staff and students with any issues that they may be having accessing emails, Moodle, uploading assessments and managing software applications. The Academic Support Systems Manager: Philip Wang, Level 5, philip@win.edu.au; Monday to Friday, 10.00 am to 9.00 pm.
  • Library Use Support: The Wentworth Institute library is a hub of information for students and the qualified librarian is available 5 days per week, to assist students with accessing information and using the online databases. Classes are available for students to attend to learn how to reference and compile a bibliography.
    Librarian, Nina Suprun, Level 1 Library
    nina@win.edu.au
  • Careers: The Wentworth Institute library provides students and recent graduates with a range of resources to help with career education. For actual assistance in writing a resume or attending an interview, see English Support Classes.
  • Counselling: http://www.win.edu.au/win_hiedu/student-services/
  • Student organisations: WIN has vibrant and active bodies of students, staff, alumni and industry experts. In addition to their studies, our students participate in a range of social activities including parties, lunches and informal functions. These functions are organised by staff as well as the WIN Students’ Association. Our excellent library and student recreation areas provide inclusive and welcoming areas for students to discuss their studies and to meet new and old friends.