ORIENTATION

Starting your new educational adventure at Kaplan Business School


We want to make sure you have the best possible start and feel warmly welcomed into the family from the moment you arrive for your Orientation Day at your campus.
Here is what you can expect of the day:

A course relevant Orientation designed to give you the best chance for success

Interactive sessions and activities on Academic Success and Careers support

Settle into Campus Life and meet your new peers and our current Student Ambassadors

Receive a gift bag with free KBS merchandise and your student ID

Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea provided!

Find out all about your course and enrol into your first subjects

Orientation DatesFor Who?Location and Time
Tuesday 6 November 2018*
 

GCBA, GDBA and MBA coursesFind your KBS campus details →
Time: 9:30am registration, 4pm finish
Wednesday 7 November 2018
All Accounting courses (Undergraduate and Postgraduate)

Thursday 8 November 2018
 
 
Diploma and Bachelor courses (except Accounting)
 

*Important note for Melbourne students: as the campus will be closed on 6 November for the Melbourne Cup public holiday,
students are asked to attend orientation on the following day, Wednesday 7 November.

Further details:

Further details:

WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING

There are some other important documents you might need to bring along on the day:

‘Offer of Admission’ – If you have a ‘Conditional Offer of Admission’, you’ll need to bring evidence (e.g. your transcript) to show that you meet the conditions listed on your offer letter before enrolling in your subjects.

Academic Transcript – If you wish to apply for credit from previous learning (RPL), you’ll need to bring your academic transcript. For further information, please click here.

Passport – Please bring your passport with you, this applies to both domestic student and international students.

Visa – If you are an international student, you will have to bring a copy of your visa with you.

We look forward to welcoming you to the KBS family!

INFORMATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

We want to make sure you have the best possible start and feel warmly welcomed into the family from the moment you arrive for your Orientation Day at your campus. Here is a quick video of our Orientation for postgraduate students.

WHAT YOU NEED TO BRING

There are some other important documents you might need to bring along on the day:

‘Offer of Admission’ – If you have a ‘Conditional Offer of Admission’, you’ll need to bring evidence (e.g. your transcript) to show that you meet the conditions listed on your offer letter before enrolling in your subjects.

Academic Transcript – If you wish to apply for credit from previous learning (RPL), you’ll need to bring your academic transcript. For further information, please click here.

Passport – Please bring your passport with you, this applies to both domestic student and international students.

Visa – If you are an international student, you will have to bring a copy of your visa with you.

 

We look forward to welcoming you to the KBS family!

STARTING YOUR NEW ADVENTURE

International students are required to demonstrate and/or declare that they have genuine access to sufficient funds so that they are granted a student visa.

Applicants may have to demonstrate sufficient funds to cover expenses for the first one or two years in Australia, depending on their assessment level.

Living Costs and Evidence of Funds

This helps to ensure students are better able to make the most of their studies and have a safe and enjoyable experience in Australia. Funds should be sufficient to contribute to the cost of travel, tuition, costs of any dependents, and living costs.

Overseas Student Health Cover

For international students, it is a condition of an Australian student visa that students obtain Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC). Please refer to the OSHC Assistance website for information on prices. Kaplan Business School campuses are centrally located within capital cities with plenty of good health centres and hospitals with medical practitioners nearby. We will ensure that students are directed to one of these clinics if the need arises.

INFORMATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

International students are required to demonstrate and/or declare that they have genuine access to sufficient funds so that they are granted a student visa.

Applicants may have to demonstrate sufficient funds to cover expenses for the first one or two years in Australia, depending on their assessment level.

Living Costs and Evidence of Funds

This helps to ensure students are better able to make the most of their studies and have a safe and enjoyable experience in Australia. Funds should be sufficient to contribute to the cost of travel, tuition, costs of any dependents, and living costs.

Overseas Student Health Cover

For international students, it is a condition of an Australian student visa that students obtain Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC). Please refer to the OSHC Assistance website for information on prices. Kaplan Business School campuses are centrally located within capital cities with plenty of good health centres and hospitals with medical practitioners nearby. We will ensure that students are directed to one of these clinics if the need arises.

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