Congratulations on your decision to prepare for an extraordinary life and purpose. This guide is designed to assist you with your application process. It is to be read in conjunction with the relevant Enrolment Form, and with course information and other relevant information on the Alphacrucis website.
About This Package
This package is intended for use by students, their parents, teachers and career advisers as a first point of reference. Papers, modules, courses and arrangements for courses as stated in the Package are an expression of intent only and are not to be taken as a firm offer or undertaking. Alphacrucis College reserves the right to discontinue or vary its papers, modules, courses, announcements, or staffing at any time without notice. Readers are encouraged to refer to the Alphacrucis website for current information.
Applicants generally fall into one of the following categories:
Applicants applying for undergraduate courses and must satisfy the entry requirement.
Postgraduate Applicants (with AC Australia)
Applicants with a previous degree applying for postgraduate courses with AC Australia and must satisfy the entry requirements.
This is for international applicants who are intending to study in New Zealand. Please go to the International Students webpage for further information.
The Application Process
Ready to start your studies? The following simple process will take you step-by-step through the application process. And remember, if you have any more questions or need further information, our Enquiries Office is happy to help you. You can either call them on +64(09) 580 1500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 1: Choose Your Course
The first step in applying for study at Alphacrucis College is to choose the course that you would like to study. For a full list of courses please go to the Awards Offered webpage.
Step 2: Determine the Entry Requirements
Each course has a specific entry requirement - you will need to make sure you fulfill these before sending in your application. A full list is available on the Course Entry Requirements webpage.
Step 3: Plan Your Application
Once you have determined the appropriate course for you, you will need to plan your application (and your studies!) to make sure you have allowed enough time to get your application in. We do have application deadlines for each semester, which can be viewed at the Application Closing Dates webpage.
Step 4: Submit Your Application
The final step? Submit Your Application (you can find the appropriate process, forms and checklists here). If you have any questions about putting your application together, please feel free to contact our Enquiries Office on on +64 (09) 580 1500 or email email@example.com
Step 5: Student Loans and Allowances
Some domestic students may be eligible for Student Loans and Allowances (SLA). Any student who believes they are eligible for SLA must indicate on the enrolment form and get approval from the Registrar before applying to Studylink. Please ensure you tick the appropriate box on the Application form.
Step 6: What Next?
You will be informed in writing (email or mail) whether you have been successful. If you have submitted your application and have further questions, please feel free to contact our Admissions Office on +64 (09) 580 1500.