Application process for international students
We encourage applications to our Bachelor of Game Development degree from all applicants who meet the entry requirements. We recognise and respect diversity of background and language of all students including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, international and domestic students. As part of our commitment to diversity, fair treatment and equity, we provide reasonable adjustments to learning to support the participation of students with a disability, mental health condition or other circumstances that may affect their learning.
Applicants must meet the entry requirements for their chosen course. For full details of the application processes, policy and procedure, please see the Admissions Policy and Procedure. It is important that you read and understand AIE Institute's processes, policy and procedure regarding admissions.
If you need assistance with the application process or choosing a course, please contact our friendly team and refer to our entry requirements.
To apply for a course, fill out the Admissions Application Form.
Complete the online application form
Schedule an interview
Once you have applied, you can book your interview online.
We'll give you a call to discuss what to bring with you including what to include in your portfolio.
Come in for an interview and show us your portfolio.
Applicants for online courses or interstate or regional applicants can choose to do their interview via phone or virtual meetings.
After your interview, we’ll let you know if you are accepted or discuss alternative pathways.
Once accepted, you will receive a letter or email offering you a place in the course.
This will have links to the online enrolment form and other important information about the course.
Further information is available on:
- Entry requirements
- RPL and credit transfer
- Fees and payments
- Important dates
- Policies and procedures
- Student Handbook
- Studying in Australia
- Travel planning
Students may apply to defer their studies under exceptional circumstances. Please read the Admissions Policy and Procedure for further details and contact the Admissions Officer.
If you wish to change your course after receiving a Letter of Offer, please contact the Admissions Officer.
Admissions Officer Email: email@example.com
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