As with Australian Students all International Students must meet the following basic requirements:
Applicants to VLIBTC are required to demonstrate a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour and live a consistent Christian lifestyle. They must exhibit a Christian lifestyle in daily living and be in regular attendance and involved in some practical area of ministry within their church.
Course Entry and English Requirements
Entry in to the VLIBTC course requires that students have a minimum year 10 (Australian) English score of ‘C’ or equivalent. Students from a level 3 country or above must supply a copy of their official IELTS test with an overall band score of 5.5, or equivelant government requirements. Please refer to www.immi.gov.au/students or http://www.immi.gov.au/students/english-requirements.htm for student visa assessment levels.
Students from Level 1+2 countries also need to enclose evidence of English language proficiency. Proof of English language qualifications is required with application. VLIBTC is committed to providing up to date and relevant RPL and Course Credit information to all students. No RPL will be granted for individual units or subjects because of the impact on Visa requirements and course completion times. Pack available on request.
Students will be required, if accepted by VLIBTC, to attend church services and be prepared to serve in some area of practical ministry.
Students under 18 years of Age
VLIBTC does not accept International Students under the age of 18 years. Students must have turned 18 by the commencement date of the course for which they wish to enrol.
RPL and Course Credits
VLIBTC is committed to providing up-to-date and relevant RPL and Course Credit information to all students. No RPL will be granted for individual units or subjects because of the impact on Visa requirements and course completion times. Pack available on request.
Applicants must advise VLIBTC of any health concerns or disability which may affect their studies.
VLIBTC does not discriminate against the enrolment of any prospective student on the basis of gender, race, colour, national origin, denomination or physical disability.