How to Apply – Domestic Students
To apply for a course at AA Poly and secure your place, follow the steps below.

How to Apply
1. Check your eligibility

Each course offered at AA Poly has its own list of admission requirements. It’s important to check the information listed on the page of the course you want to apply for to make sure you meet all the listed requirements before making an application.

To apply for courses at AA Poly as a domestic student you must also be a Citizen or Permanent Resident of Australia. If you don’t fall into these categories, you may be eligible to apply for our courses as an International student.

If you’re not sure if you meet the requirements for a course, contact us on or chat with a student advisor directly using the on-screen chat bar.
2. Complete the Application form

Click on the “Apply now” button on the relevant course page, and fill in all of the required fields on the course application form. Once you complete this form, you will be sent an email confirmation.

AA Poly will then assess your application. If you are successful in gaining a place in your chosen course, an AA Poly customer service officer will contact you to confirm and send you a list of the documents you need to complete your enrolment.

Note: if you have applied for two or more courses, each course will need a separate application form.
3. Gather your personal documents

To complete your application, you will be asked to provide a number of documents.

The documents are different for each course, and will be listed on the enrolment document you will receive.

Citizenship or Permanent Residency is required for all courses, as well as photo identification or a concession discount if required.
4. Complete your assessment (if required)

Some courses require students to pass a basic language, literacy and numeracy assessment to gain entry. This is to ensure your skills and abilities match the level in the course being offered, and that you will get the most out of the training provided by our teaching staff.
Fees
Course fees are different for each course type and level offered at AA Poly. As well as tuition fees, there are different costs associated with each course to cover items like administration, building access and support materials.

There are several funding schemes available through the Commonwealth and Victorian governments that can subsidise tuition fees and offer student loans to make study accessible and affordable for domestic students. For more information, please discuss with our enrolment team - domesticapplications@aapoly.edu.au.
Skills First
AA Poly is a Skills First registered institution. This means funding may be available through the Victorian Government for eligible students to study courses that will prepare students to work in an industry with growing need for skilled workers. To see if you’re eligible for Skills First, click here.