Enrolment Information

International Students

In order for us to effectively process your enrolment application you will be required to provide us with Certified Copies of the following documents:

  • English Language Proficient Result (If English is not your first language)
  • High School Certificate / recent Educational results
  • Academic Transcripts (if applicable)
  • Copy of identification (passport & visa if applicable)
  • A release letter if transferring from another college within 6 months of commencing the principle course at the provider.

Domestic Students

In order for us to effectively process your enrolment application you will be required to provide us with Certified Copies of the following documents:

  • High School Certificate / recent Educational results (if applicable)
  • Academic Transcripts & Qualifications (if applicable)
  • Copy of identification (passport, drivers licence or proof of age card)

What is the difference between RPL and RCC?

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is where experience, previous or current work and/or life experience may be formally recognised. It is an assessment process that recognises your current skills and experience, regardless
of where and when the learning occurred.

Recognition of Current Competencies (RCC) allows for acknowledgement and documentation of an individual’s current knowledge and skills without limiting the means by which the knowledge and skills may have been gained.

RPL/RCC are based on the understanding that people learn in different ways. It acknowledges that people learn through work experience, life skills and experience, as well as by education and training, be this informal or

RPL/RCC takes into account a person’s acquired knowledge and skills plus experiences to provide credit towards formal qualification. (Refer to our Fess / Charges, Refund Policy and student Handbook for more information)

Credit Transfer

Credit transfer (CT) is the recognition of learning achieved through formal education and training.

Under the Standards for Registered Training Organisations, EHI accepts and provides credit to learners for units of competency and/or modules (unless licensing or regulatory requirements prevent this) where these are evidenced by:

  1. AQF certification documentation issued by any other RTO or AQF authorised issuing organisation; or
  2. Authenticated VET transcripts issued by the Registrar

Credit transfer allows the unit of competency previously achieved by a participant to be recognised when they are enrolling in a related course where those units can assist them in meeting the requirements for a qualification. It is
important to note that credit transfer is not recognition of prior learning (RPL) and cannot be granted for a full qualification (enrolment / admin costs may apply). You should also note that it is the discretion of the EHI to
confirm through candidate discussion that the candidate has met the required skills and knowledge for the unit of competency that the candidate is wishing to obtain credit transfer, when seeking CT for elective units the units must
be relevant to the work environment of the qualification and integrity of the AQF level and the student maybe asked to demonstrate alignment of this. RPL is assessment and is addressed within the RPL section above.

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Download Policy and Procedure relating to RPL and Credit Transfer

1) You can pay directly to Evolution via the following facilities:

A) Internet Banking or Branch Deposit

Bank: ANZ Bank

Account Name: Evolution TPS Designated Account

Branch Address: The corner of York and Market Street, Sydney, NSW 2000

BSB: 012-172

Account Number: 488161368

Transaction Reference: Evolution Student ID

Swift Code: ANZBAU3M (For International Transfer Purpose)

B) On Campus during operating Hours

– Cash Payment

– EFTPOS – We only accept Visa or Mastercard with 2% credit card surcharge.

2) You can also pay to your Education Agent of Evolution:

If you plan to pay to your agent, please pay at least 2 days before your payment due date. This will enable your agent to transfer the funds to us on time to avoid any late fees.


– Our refund policy is available in the student handbook, if you would like to apply for a refund please fill in a Refund Application Form and email to accounts@evolution.edu.au

– Student payments at the Head Office (Level 4, 552 George Street, SYDNEY) will only be accepted between 9:30am – 5:30pm (Monday – Friday)

If a student has overdue fees:

– a 10% late fee applies on top of the overdue amount.

– No Fees, No Timetable. This student will be blocked from class entry and online learning access until full fee is settled (including late penalty)

– For workplacement term, his/her workplace activities will not be monitored and assessed by our Work Placement Assessor. The student will not be covered by “Education Workplace Insurance and Medical Insurance” due to being non-financial. In addition, the students employer will also be informed that this student can only work 20 hours instead of 40.

– This student will also be reported to DIBP – Student integrity department as “Student default due to non-payment of fee”. Evolution will issue the ITR letter (intention to report) and his/her COE will be cancelled 28 days thereafter if the fee remains overdue.

  • When starting your course, plan your finance carefully. Be aware of your basic expenses (e.g. rent, tuition fees, electricity, gas, groceries, etc). Compare this amount with your current funds available and earnings.
  • If you have put funds aside for your tuition fees to be paid in the future, deposit them into a high interest saving account. Check which financial institution is giving you the best interest rate. (Please note that Evolution is not responsible for any fees or charges etc. relating to using banks, this is a tip only, students must research their financial institution themselves etc.)
  • Tuition fees can be paid directly to Evolution or Education agents of Evolution. This is to ensure that Evolution receives your tuition fees on time in order to avoid the 10% surcharge. If you plan to pay to your agents, please pay at least 2 business days in advance as this will ensure your payment reaches Evolution in time.
  • Always keep a receipt of all payments that you make. A receipt can become legal evidence of your payment, whether it is from Evolution or any other party. Do not leave the premises without a receipt after making a payment. Keep your receipts with you for at least 7 years, file them somewhere safe.
  • With the assistance of your payment schedule, write down your payment date in your diary (manual or computerised) and set a reminder 2 weeks prior to the due date.
  • If it appears that 2 weeks prior to the due date you will not be able to pay the whole amount of tuition fees, make an appointment with an Evolution Finance team member to discuss a new payment plan.  You will need to prepare and provide documents if required for your new payment plan.
  • If you are paying after the due date, accept the fact that you will be charged an additional 10% on the top of your overdue fees. This is part of our non-payment section of the policy. You will also be blocked from eLearning access and in class teaching.
  • Organised and polite students will always be listened to; if you have had a situation beyond your control we may be able to assist you (if you do have explanations, etc. please be sure to contact us well before the due date).
  • If you are not confident or embarrassed to talk to us regarding your finance, talk to your agent or to the student committee and ask them to contact us.
  • Ignoring our letters and/or warnings will not put you out of trouble. This is usually a lack of communication that starts a situation that was avoidable in the first place.
  • Understand not only your rights but also your obligations under a student visa. We are more than happy to direct you to useful websites to assist you with this. Speak to one of our staff for more information.
  • Communicate at all times with Evolution; we do want you to achieve your goals.
  • Evolution Hospitality institute(RTO# 91256) charge a range of fees and charges for programs and courses in relation to market demand. For policies regarding fees, see your ‘Fees, Refund and conditions’ section in your student agreement on your letter of offer.