Frequently Asked Questions

1. Are the courses at ACMT nationally recognized and approved?
Yes, all the courses at ACMT are nationally recognized and approved by Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) and registered with Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS).

2. How can I apply for a course and what is the enrolment process?
At ACMT, you can apply for a course by post, fax or by visiting our college. If you want to know the enrolment process, Please click here

3. How do I find more information about student visa application for Australia?
You can find more information on student visa application for Australia by visiting Department of Immigration and Citizenship

4. Do I need health cover if I want to study in Australia?
Yes, it is compulsory for everybody on student visa to have overseas health cover. You can click here for OSHC that is provided by Medibank Private.

5. What courses are offered at ACMT?

  • Certificate IV in Business Administration (BSB40507)
  • Diploma of Business (BSB50207)
  • Certificate IV in Accounting (FNS40611)
  • Diploma of Accounting (FNS50210)

6. What are the course fees?
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7. Can I pay tuition fees in installments?
Yes, ACMT normally allows students to pay term by term basis.

8. What are the intake dates?
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9. What is the weather like in Sydney?
Sydney has the best of all weather, mild in the winter and not too hot in the summer. In mid-winter the temperature rarely falls below 7ยบ Celsius. Winters in Sydney are usually lovely with clear blue skies and cool evenings. For more information on Sydney weather visit www.bom.gov.au.

10. How much does it cost to live in Sydney?
Cost of living in Australia may vary considerably depending on how you spend, where you study, the course you choose to study, where you choose to live and lifestyle you lead. ACMT estimates that the cost of living in Sydney for an international student may require a minimum of AUD15000 to AUD25000 for each academic year. It is a requirement of the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC)
that, from 1 July 2012, prospective overseas students will need to demonstrate that they have access to at least AUD18610 a year to fund their living costs in Australia which come approximately AUD360 per week.
The international student wishing to bring their spouse and school-aged dependents children should use the indicative figure to plan for the living expenses for each additional family member. In addition, the student will be required to pay the full fees for schooling of his/her school-aged children