International student applications

Step 1. Find an agent

UTS Insearch has a global network of authorised education representatives to support students in applying to UTS Insearch. To start your application for an education representative

Step 2. Submit your application

  1. Your agent will help you to complete the form. You will need to sign the form. 
  2. Provide certified copies of the following supporting documentation:
  • Original language transcript of academic studies showing subjects and results
  • Original language award certificate (once the qualification has been completed)
  • A certified English translation of above documents
  • UTS Insearch accepted English language test results
  • Copy of passport
  • Visa and attendance record (onshore students)
  • UTS conditional offer letter (English plus UTS degree package students only)

Your education representative will submit your application on your behalf and may request other documents to support your application.

What happens next?

You and your education representative will receive notification of the outcome of your application. Successful applicants will receive a full offer.  If your application needs further assessment, you will be sent a conditional offer and a request for further documents.  

Step 3. Accepting your offer

  1. Sign and date your acceptance forms
  2. Payment of fees
  3. Return the acceptance forms and proof of payment to your agent.
  1. Supply the additional documents requested by UTS Insearch
  2. Sign and date the acceptance forms 
  3. Return the additional supporting documents and acceptance forms to your agent. 

Refund policy

Refund policy

Step 4. Applying for your visa

  1. Upon receipt of payment, an Electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (e-CoE) and Confirmation of Appropriate Accommodation and Welfare (CAAW) (if applicable) will be issued, this confirms the course/s to which you have been admitted
  2. Once you have received your eCoE and CAAW you will be able to apply for a student visa. Your education representative will assist you with your visa application.  For more information visit the Department of Immigration and Border Protection website

Your rights and responsibilities 

All international students should review the ESOS framework information for international students provided by the Australian Government. This information outlines your rights and responsibilities as an international student studying in Australia. It is also recommended that you review the UTS Insearch terms and conditions prior to applying.