How to Enrol



Follow these simple steps to enrol at Ivy College:

  1. Click on the enrol now tab at the top right hand corner of any page on the Ivy College website,
  2. Complete all the required fields on the “Get Started” page to commence your Application for Enrolment. You will be emailed a personalised link to your enrolment form.
  3. Complete all the required fields on the Ivy College online enrolment form
    1. Make sure you have your Unique Student Identifier (USI) handy
      1. If you don’t have a USI you can create one in just a few minutes by clicking on the following link and filling in a few details:
      2. You will not be able to be issued a qualification or Statement of Attainment without a USI unless you fall into an exemption category
  4. As part of your Application for Enrolment you will need to provide evidence that you meet the course entry requirements. To read more about course entry requirements please click on the following link:
    • You can upload evidence of your supporting documentation during the application process; OR
    • You may be asked to complete the Ivy College Entry Test prior to finalising your enrolment.
    • You can read more about the Entry Test here:
    • Please note that your enrolment will remain provisional until all the course entry requirements have been met.
  5. The next step is to select your payment method; either up front or via a payment plan.
    • At time of enrolment a $100 non-refundable down payment must be made. (This payment is credited towards your course fee.)
  6. You will then receive an email from Ivy College with a formatted copy of your enrolment form
    • Please check that all fields are correct
    • Complete the e-signature section and submit
      • If you are under 18 you will need a parent or guardian to sign the enrolment form as well
      • If you are under 18 and live independently you will need to provide a letter from Centrelink verifying that you receive a Youth Allowance because you live independently and upload this with the enrolment form in place of a parent or guardians signature