Applying and Enrolling
CIT offers a range of qualifications from certificates to degrees, apprenticeships and traineeships. Once you know what you'd like to study, you will need to apply and enrol in your course.
Are you study ready?
At CIT your success is our priority. Whether you are "study ready"; or your foundation skills (reading, writing and using numbers) could be strengthened, we can help you build your industry skills and knowledge. Check the strength of your foundation skills by taking this free, confidential online language, literacy and numeracy assessment at cit.edu.au/studyready
Apply for a Unique Student Identifier (USI)
It is a requirement that all new and continuing CIT students who are registering into any nationally recognised vocational education and training (VET) course in Australia (or overseas from an Australian-registered provider) have a Unique Student Identifier, you cannot enrol or graduate without one.
Don't have one? Visit USI.gov.au to apply securely online, at no cost.
Already have one from previous study? You will need to verify it in CIT Self Service, our student administration system, so your enrolment or graduation isn't delayed. Your details must exactly match the ones you used to apply for your USI.
Once you have selected your course, you APPLY to study at CIT. You can apply online (see courses) or via a hardcopy form. To apply, select your course, taking note of the "application type". If you're completing a paper form, please submit it or bring it in person to a CIT Student Services location.
Enrolling into your subjects
Once you have been accepted to study your chosen course, you must ENROL into your subjects. To enrol you will either:
- attend an on-campus enrolment session - enrolment will be either paper-based or online in a computer laboratory
- enrol online - to do this you will need the class reference numbers (CRNs). These are available either in the course information on the CIT website or are provided to you by the teacher.
Note: Some courses allow you to enrol at any time - follow the directions on the course information page on the CIT website. After enrolling you will be issued with a student invoice outlining your course fees and the date they are due for payment.
Nominate for VET Student Loans/VET FEE-HELP or FEE-HELP for diploma and above
If you will be electing to study now, pay later with a VET Student Loans/VET FEE-HELP or FEE-HELP student loan, visit studyassist.gov.au. Eligibility conditions apply.
Once you've enrolled
Once you've successfully enrolled, make sure you read through and regularly visit the Current student information on this website. CIT has a wide range of support services for students, you should familiarise yourself with these to ensure you get the best out of your study experience.
Following enrolment, you will be issued an invoice with your course fees and due date for payment. A range of financial assistance options are available for eligible students to help with payment.