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Eager to study at The Fashion Institute but unsure which course is right for you - TAKE OUR QUIZ to find out what course would suit you best.
Cover Letter Tips_
A personal statement gives you a chance to show us why you'd be a great fit for your chosen course. We want to know why you want to study the course you've chosen, how it will enrich your learning and future career, and also why you think The Fashion Institute is an ideal place for you.
What are your interests in the subject area? Why do you want to come and study the course? Why do you think you’re the ideal applicant for this course? Include any skills or work you have done that supports this. Why would you like to study at TFI? How do you think you’ll benefit from joining our community? What is it particularly about The Fashion Institute and the course here that appeals to you? What are your future career goals, where do you hope to be at the end of the course and in the future, and how will studying at TFI help you to achieve these goals? Great personal statements also include a bit of your personality - put your stamp on it by including any experiences you've had that are relevant to the course you want to study, any work experience, any transferable skills you have, and your hobbies and interests.
HOW TO APPLY_
STEP 1 - APPLY
Complete the APPLICATION FORM.
Spaces are limited each intake, so apply early!
Once we receive your completed application, our admissions team will be in touch within 3-5 business days.
Please ensure you include a copy of your identification and highest qualifications.
Certified Copy of Passport or Birth Certificate + Passport photo
Year 12 Qualification within the past 2 years, or Certificate IV or Higher within the past 5 years.
If you have not completed the above, you will be required to submit a 300-word Personal Statement to support your application. [See tips below].
STEP 2 - LETTER OF OFFER
Successful students will receive an Unconditional Letter of Offer that outlines the contractual arrangements and confirms the course of enrolment; duration; campus location; course-related fees and policies.
To accept this Letter of Offer applicants need to sign the Declaration of Acceptance and send back to us online or via post.
Other possible outcomes may include:
Conditional Offer: We may offer an conditional if you are currently in Year 12, and planning to commence your studies on completion of Year 12. (Early Entry)
Declined: If you don't meet the entry requirements, or all of the places are taken your initial application may be declined but other options may be available.
STEP 3 - ACCEPTANCE
Once your offer is formally accepted. You will receive a digital Welcome Pack of everything to expect in the lead-up to your course commencing.
Our Welcome Pack will include information on:
Fees + payments
STEP 4 - ORIENTATION
All students will be required to attend an Orientation the week before classes commence. Invitations will be sent out as part of the onboarding process.
STEP 5 - CLASSES COMMENCE
Once your trimester start date comes around, we look forward to welcoming you for your first class!