Applying to study
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 enrol in your course.
Prepare to Study
Do you have all your documents required to enrol?
Check out the Enrolment Information page - it provides an overview of all the information you may require before enrolling at CIT.
Do you have 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 USI. 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.
Applying for a course
Once you have selected your course, you can study at CIT.
You can apply online or via a hardcopy enrolment form.
To apply online, select your course, taking note of the 'application type'. If you are completing a paper enrolment form, you can either submit your completed form via email to email@example.com or bring it in person to a CIT Student Services location to be processed.
Note: Some courses may require you to attend an interview, please review entry requirements on your course page.
Enrolling into your subjects
Once you have been admitted into your chosen course, you must ENROL into your subjects. To enrol you will either:
- Attend a face-to-face enrolment session
- Enrol online - to do this you will need the class reference numbers (CRNs). These are available either on the course timetable or 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.
The enrolment process is not complete until your fees are paid. You will be issued with an invoice for your course fees and due date for payment. A range of financial assistance options are available for eligible students to help with payment.
Please ensure you read through and regularly visit the Current student information on the CIT website. CIT offers many support services and facilities for students which you will see listed in the CIT Induction.