Application for admission to CHC differs according to whether you are a domestic applicant or an overseas applicant, the type of course you would like to study, or whether you would like to enrol as a cross-institutional student.
Check the table below to see whether you should apply through QTAC or Direct to CHC.
For those who require assistance with completing their online application to either QTAC or CHC, please do not hesitate to contact us on 07 3347 7900 and we would be more than happy to help. We can walk you through your application step by step over the phone or assist you on campus at the CHC Learning Hub.
Students Who Should Apply Through QTAC
All undergraduate courses, the Master of Teaching (Primary) and Master of Teaching (Secondary)
Students Who Should Apply Direct to CHC
All postgraduate courses (except Master of Teaching) and all overseas applicants.
APPLYING THROUGH QTAC
Applications made through QTAC are accepted on a year round basis with CHC student intakes received at start of the year and mid-year. Please refer to the QTAC website for offer dates. http://www.qtac.edu.au
Current Year 12 students can find all relevant information on the QTAC website and advice will be given by your school on how to lodge your application.
Mature age students should also apply through QTAC. You can lodge your application online at http://www.qtac.edu.au The QTAC website explains how to complete your application correctly and lists the documentation you will require. If you are 21 or older, and don’t qualify for admission based on your formal study, other informal studies, bridging courses or professional experience may apply.
Contact CHC for information on the Mature Age Entry Scheme by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: (07) 3347 7900.
APPLYING DIRECT TO CHC
Submit the relevant Application Form online.
If you need help completing your application form, contact email@example.com or telephone (07) 3347 7900.
For postgraduate courses you will need to provide certified copies of all official academic transcripts, showing all courses previously undertaken and awards granted.
Students who have studied at CHC within the past two years and who wish to recommence their course or to transfer to a new course are to apply directly to CHC.
You are considered to be a domestic applicant if you are an Australian or New Zealand citizen, a Permanent Resident or hold a Permanent Humanitarian visa.
Domestic applicants apply directly to CHC or via the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) depending upon the course for which application is made (see above).
Please refer to the QTAC website for all information regarding closing dates for offer rounds.
If you are not an Australian or New Zealand citizen, a Permanent Resident or hold a Permanent Humanitarian visa you are considered to be an overseas applicant. CHC welcomes overseas applicants who will be over the age of 18 as at the commencement of their enrolment at CHC.
Overseas applicants should consult the Guide for Overseas Applicants from the Documents page. This publication more fully outlines the requirements for studying in Australia and the process involved in being offered and accepting a place at CHC.
Applications from prospective overseas students are processed upon receipt. Applicants should be mindful that student visa applications made to the Department of Home Affairs can take a number of weeks to be assessed, and should submit applications accordingly.
Any questions regarding the application process may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Cross Institutional Applicants
Students from other universities may apply to enrol in courses at CHC to gain credit towards an award at their home university. Cross-institutional enrolments are subject to the rules of Christian Heritage College, including those relating to academic progress.
Technology requirements for all courses
All students will require computer and internet access for engaging with their studies. All students at CHC are assigned a dedicated email address that is used to deliver all official correspondence, such as confirmation of enrolment notices, tuition fee invoices and statements of results. Students are also assigned individual login details for using Library services and the Moodle™ learning platform, through which course materials are provided, as well as individual space on the student server for the purpose of data storage.