Yes, Brighton is registered and accredited to provide Nationally Recognised Training by Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) to both international and domestic students. Brighton is also registered in government bodies like the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses of Overseas Students (CRICOS).
As an international student, you are required to comply with your visa requirement and maintain the satisfactory progress in the course which you have enrolled in. In Brighton college, you are required to attain 20 hours of class each week. Please contact our enrolment team for the further details.
Yes, international students can work up to 40 hours per fortnight whilst the course is in session. When Brighton College has scheduled breaks, you are free to work as many hours as you wish. Please refer to our Academic Calendar on our website for break periods.
Yes, it is compulsory for everybody on the student visa to have overseas health cover. Brighton provides OSHC from the selected health insurer.
Yes, students are allowed to pay the tuition fee on a term basis or on an agreed payment schedule provided in the student agreement.