We recommend that applications are no less than 12 weeks prior to the course commencement . Students in countries with longer visa procedures, such as Assessment level 3-4 countries are encouraged to apply at least six months before their intended course start date . Student Visa applications can vary from country to country . Please check with your nearest Australian Embassy or High Commission.
All Media Makeup courses are taught in English and therefore you are required to demonstrate English proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing by completion of an English language test. If English is not your first language then you must do either IELTS (International English Language Test System) or TOEFL. The minimum English language entry requirement for our programs is IELTS 5.5 (overall band score). Band score of each component is not less than 5.0. The IELTS/TOEFL test must be the Academic version. If your English language proficiency does not yet meet the standard, Media Makeup will provide guidance in securing the necessary English training for your studies. The final decision on acceptance of any applicant will be based on an interview with Media Makeup.
Participants who are not able to attend the academy for an interview should submit a portfolio by mail or via email comprising: Drawings, education documents and any other relevant industry experience evidence.
Authentication of Documentation
It is a policy of Media Makeup that all documents submitted by students in relation to enrolment into a course of study and or course work at Media Makeup will be scrutinised and confirmed as authentic documents by appointed personnel from Media Makeup. It is a requirement that all documents submitted are in English or translated in English for the authentication process.
If assistance is required for any interpretation of documentation then an interpretation and translating centre is located at 24 Flinders Street, Adelaide. Telephone: 82261990 Fax: 82261992 or visit their website translate.sa.gov.au
Please note this is at the students own cost.
This procedure requires a Media Makeup appointed personnel to cite either the original document or a certified copy of the document. It may be required, in circumstances where there is some uncertainty of the authenticity of the original or certified copy of the document, that Media Makeup personnel will contact the institution, person or agency or organisation that has signed and/or produced the document to confirm its authenticity and or legitimacy. If this were deemed necessary the Media Makeup appointed personnel will obtain consent from the applicant prior to Media Makeup contacting the relevant institution, person or agency. This request will be documented in writing. If the applicant objects to the document being authenticated then Media Makeup will not recognise the document.
This policy and procedure relates to documents pertaining to recognition of prior learning (RPL), study visas, medical certificate and any other document that may relate to the student’s enrolment and course of study at the Media Makeup.
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