Christian Heritage College welcomes Overseas applicants who will be over the age of 18 at the commencement of their enrolment at CHC.
Higher education lays a foundation for the future, and thus choosing a course of study, and an institution at which to study, is one of the more important decisions you will make. It is a decision that can, and should, shape the future direction of your life and work in a powerful way.
For Christians, the choice is all the more important because it involves not only career prospects, but also God’s calling and our preparation for a life of serving Him. Christian Heritage College can help you with that choice by providing fully accredited academic programs that are designed to equip you academically, professionally, spiritually and personally.
Please note that there may be quotas on international admissions for some courses. Currently, a quota applies to international students for whom English is an additional language seeking admission to undergraduate courses in Business.
Applications for 2018, 2019 and Semester 1, 2020 are CLOSED for overseas students for whom English is an additional language.
Applications for Semester 2, 2019 are CLOSED for overseas students until further notice due to the number of applications received. CHC will provide further advice regarding whether applications for Semester 2, 2019 for overseas students will be reopening or will remain closed. This advice is expected to be available by October 2017.
Please be aware that CHC will not be issuing Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) certificates for any courses during the period 28 August-21 September. Applications for admission for commencement in Semester 1, 2020 onwards will continue to be accepted and processed, and Written Agreements sent to successful applicants; however, CoEs will be not be issued until after 21 September 2017.
For all questions regarding applications, please contact CHC Admissions via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brisbane is the capital city of the state of Queensland. It is a vibrant city, situated on the Brisbane River. It hosts many restaurants, theatres and shopping outlets, world‐class entertainment and attractions, all under the beautiful warmth and sunshine of Queensland’s subtropical climate.
Brisbane is located on the south‐east coast of the state of Queensland and is within a short drive of the beautiful and famous Gold and Sunshine Coasts.
Guide to Brisbane For important information about Brisbane such as transport, up-coming events, real estate guide, attractions and other general information about Brisbane visit OurBrisbane.com
Brisbane City Council Bus Services For information about public transport options click here or phone: 13 12 30
Christian Heritage College is located in the Citipointe Church complex at 322 Wecker Road, Carindale, approximately ten kilometres south‐east of the Brisbane central business district. CHC shares over 70 acres of landscaped grounds and natural bushland with church, school and other facilities. The CHC campus is within a 15 minute drive of two major shopping centres, banks, post offices, etc. There is also a bookshop and café on site.
Carindale, a suburb of Brisbane, is a residential area that is readily accessible from other parts of the city. CHC is located close to major arterial roads and motorways. It is also located near to Brisbane City Council bus services.
CHC has more than 900 students, with a high staff‐to‐student ratio. The CHC facilities include learning spaces for whole‐class lectures and smaller tutorial groups which are equipped with data projectors, televisions, and video and DVD players for use by staff and students, as well as business and administration offices, student recreation spaces, and the CHC Library. The Library offers students access to a wide range of reference and resource materials. It contains over 60,000 books and more than 200 academic and professional journals, including the Proquest Religion and Expanded Academic journal databases. It also houses one of the most extensive collections of Christian education and counselling literature in Australia.
Student Support Services for Overseas Students
CHC is committed to providing its overseas students with an exceptional student experience whilst studying in Australia. In addition to the support services available to domestic students overseas students have access to services specific to their needs. Our Overseas Student Liaison Officer provides a first point of contact upon arrival at CHC and is available for continued support throughout the period of study. The Overseas Student Liaison Officer can be contacted through +61 7 3347 7900. The Upon Arrival in Australia booklet provides overseas students with a range of information to assist them to settle in to Australia and CHC.
CHC provides a 24-hour contact number in cases of emergency: +61 (0)428 078 935
We aim to assist our overseas students to achieve success in their studies and make the experience positive and rewarding.
Studying in Australia
For more detailed information on how to start your visa application and what to expect as a student in Australia, please visit http://studyinaustralia.gov.au.