Enrolment and Orientation

What to do after you apply?

1. Wait for a Letter of Offer from Chambers Institute

We will let you know whether your application has been successful.

If It is, we will send you a letter of offer

2. Pay your fees to study at Chambers Institute

When an offer is made, you will need to pay all Chambers Institute fees (application fee, tuition fee, and homestay placement fee if applicable) in full by bank draft, telegraphic transfer, or credit card prior to commencing your course.

Bank drafts should be made payable to ‘The Chambers Institute’.

For information on how to pay by telegraphic transfer, go to http://chambers.vic.edu.au/fees-payment

3. Receive a Confirmation of Enrolment Letter (eCOE) and apply for a visa

Once we receive your fees, an electronic Confirmation of Enrolment (eCOE) form will be sent to you.

You will need this document to obtain a student visa from the Australian Diplomatic Mission in your country.

Please visit http://www.dfat.gov.au/missions/ for more information

4. Come to Melbourne and study at Chambers Institute

Make sure you bring everything on the Pre-Departure Checklist before you come to Melbourne.

Upon your arrival, you will be assessed on your English language proficiency and be placed in the English language course appropriate for your language level and study plans.


On your first day at Chambers Institute, you will attend an orientation session.

Your attendance is mandatory as the presentation will contain information covering all aspects of your course and life in Melbourne.

Remember that at Chambers Institute, we have a Student Services Officer to help you with any part of your stay to ensure that you are completely satisfied and happy studying with us.

During the orientation session, you will receive your welcome package, which will include the following materials:

Student ID card
Student diary
Academic timetable
Extra-curricular timetable
Assessment information
Map of Melbourne CBD
New student survey

New students will also be introduced to the academic staff and their classmates, and briefed on the main rules and regulations.