ACAH would like to welcome you and thank you for choosing ACAH as your preferred study destination.

Your application process at ACAH must be followed to ensure that full compliance related issues are taken into account.

The steps outlined below may not apply to all applicants (i.e. International clients and Australian clients). International clients refer to people who are not a New Zealand citizen, an Australian citizen or an Australian permanent resident. If you are unsure please contact us.

For applications being submitted on behalf of the client by an authorised representative (representatives must have a valid representation certificate from ACAH), please ensure details are emailed or posted only. DO NOT FAX. E-mailed copies must be in *pdf.

Step 1

Please ensure you have read the following documents prior to submitting an Application :

1.1Read the Pre-enrolment Handbook which contains information about;

-Entry Requirements     -English Requirements   -Academic Requirements   -Accommodation –     Information                 -Course requirements     -Delivery & Assessment Strategy
-Refund Policy

1.2 Read the relevant course information on our website or request further information from our enrolments team.

Complete the Application form that applies to you:

Course Guide 2019:   ACAH 2019 Course Guide_eMail-Version-110119-compressed

International Students:  ACAH-F-078-International-Students-Application-Form-2019-2.pdf

Australian Students:   ACAH-N-F-001-National-Student-Application-Form-v3.0-Jan-19.pdf 

Short Course: ACAH-F-056 Short Course Enrolment Form – Mar 15

Step 2

Submit application form & supporting documents to ACAH via representative or direct by email

( or post to:

Australian College of Agriculture & Horticulture
Enrolments Officer
Suite 2, Level 11
55 Swanston Street,
Melbourne, Victoria Australia 3000

After submitting the requirements of the application form plus the enrolment fee (drafts made payable to Australian College of Agriculture & Horticulture for Application fee as per offer letter) to be paid to the provider by Bank Draft (to: Australian College of Agriculture & Horticulture) or Telegraphic Transfer, the relevant information shall be entered on the ACAH student database for processing.

Step 3

At this point, you would be interviewed and should you meet the requirements  a Letter of Offer (LoF) (including, tax invoice) and Student Agreement will be issued to the client or the letter of offer will be issued ‘subject to conditions of entry requirements to be met’.

Letter of Offer will be sent to nominated representative as per the application form and addressed to the representative, in lieu of the client, unless they are applying directly to ACAH.

Step 4

International Applicants: Once the provider has received the Signed Agreement and cleared funds into ACAH’s bank account for International Client, an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCoE) will be issued to the DIBP Office of the students / representatives’ request. Copies of eCoE will be sent to the International Client or representative.

Australian Applicants: Once the provider has received the Signed Agreement and cleared funds into ACAH’s bank account, an acceptance letter will be issued to the Australian Client with a receipt of cleared funds.

Course duration and further information will be advised in writing to the client on the offer letter and eCoE / acceptance letter. Should you require amending your enrolment details please contact ACAH directly via SKYPE or email.

Step 5

Language, Literacy & Numeracy Assessment & Pre-Training Review to ensure that the  learning and assessment strategy is designed to meet your individual needs as a learner.

Orientation and Welcome to ACAH.