My offer

Step 1


Receive Offer letter

If your application to study at Flinders University has been successful, you will be sent an Offer Letter offering you a place in a course at Flinders.

The Offer Letter is a result of your successful application for admission to an undergraduate or postgraduate course at Flinders University.

If you applied to an undergraduate degree, you will have received an offer to the highest preference for which you were qualified.

If you applied for admission to a postgraduate course (Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Masters, or PhD), you may receive more than one Offer Letter.

With your Offer Letter you will receive the  Your Offer Letter Explained (PDF 184KB) document which outlines everything you need to know about your Offer Letter and how to respond.

If you have supplied an email address, this information will be sent to you by email.

Step 2

Fee payments

Your initial payment is due when you accept your offer and is an advance of the first semester's tuition fees, student amenities fee, and visa length Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC).

The first semester fee is based on the annual course fee for your commencing year.

After your initial payment, remaining instalments are calculated on the basis of your workload and topic selection in each semester. Tuition fees are payable each semester in advance.

A complete copy of the university's Policy on Payment and Refund of Fees is available in the  Your Offer Letter Explained (PDF 184KB) document.

Step 3

Overseas student health cover

International students are required by the Australian Government to take out Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of their student visa. Payment of this is included in the offer for admission. Additional information is available in the Health Cover section of our website.

Step 4

Accepting your offer

To accept the offer, follow the steps outlined in the  Your Offer Letter Explained (PDF 184KB) document.

Once you have made payment and submitted your acceptance with any additional information required, the International Centre will issue you with a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) document.

Following receipt of this document you may apply for your student visa.

Deferring your offer

With the exception of the Bachelor of Creative Arts, the Bachelor of Midwifery and the Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics, applicants who have been offered a place in an undergraduate degree or diploma course may be permitted to defer their entry for 1 year, subject to any approval by the faculty.

The application to defer is included in the  Your Offer Letter Explained (PDF 184KB) document.

Step 5

What visa do I need to apply for?

Visit the DIBP website and use the Visa Wizard to find the Australian visa most likely to meet your specific circumstances.

Step 6

Pre-departure information

The International Student Handbook contains everything you need to know about making preparations for life in Australia, and study at Flinders.

On receipt of payment of your tuition fees, you will receive a copy of the pre-departure guide.

Once you have confirmed your flight you should advise International Student Services of your arrival details by completing the arrival booking form . They will arrange to meet you at the Adelaide Airport to take you to your accommodation.

 Frequently asked questions

Your Offer Letter Explained (PDF 184KB)

Your offer letter explained for distance students (PDF 152KB)

Education Services for Overseas Students Act (ESOS Act) 2000 Compliance

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